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Barbie's Companion Ken Gets New Beefy Look

Barbie's Companion Ken Gets New Beefy Look

By Joseph Pisani | Jun 22
He's been overshadowed by Barbie for decades, but now Ken is finally getting some attention.

DIY: Turn Pinecones, Paper and Felt Into Faux Succulent Plants

DIY: Turn Pinecones, Paper and Felt Into Faux Succulent Plants

By Holly Ramer | Jun 17
Don't have a green thumb but a bit crafty? Check out these home projects to create your own succulents at home.

Old-School Typewriters Attract a New Generation of Fans

Old-School Typewriters Attract a New Generation of Fans

By Russell Contreras | Jun 16
In the age of smartphones, social media and cyber hacking fears, vintage typewriters that once gathered dust in attics and basements are attracting a new generation of fans across the U.S.

The New Look in Floral Arrangements: Wild, Seasonal, Local

The New Look in Floral Arrangements: Wild, Seasonal, Local

By Katherine Roth | Jun 15
A wilder, more seasonal and local look in floral arrangement is replacing the stiffer, more formal arrangements of a decade ago.

Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright

Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright

By Beth J. Harpaz | Jun 9
It's been 150 years since the birth of America's best-known architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. But his innovative designs continue to fascinate the public.

'Hamilton' Adds Pillows and Throws to Its Swag Collection

'Hamilton' Adds Pillows and Throws to Its Swag Collection

By EDGE | Jun 9
"Hamilton," winner of 11 Tony Awards including Best Musical, has announced a collaboration with the 150-year-old Faribault Woolen Mill of two distinctive new products: Hamilton-themed pillows and blankets.

It's True: Whoever Smelled It, Dealt It

It's True: Whoever Smelled It, Dealt It

By EDGE | Jun 9
Six in ten Americans admit to having dealt it, smelled it, and blamed it on someone else - more specifically their partner, a new poll has found.

A Little Less Drama: Kitchen Backsplashes Get Sleeker

A Little Less Drama: Kitchen Backsplashes Get Sleeker

By Melissa Rayworth | Jun 8
Many designers are using monochromatic tiles arranged in simple patterns to create beautiful backsplashes that won't quickly go out of style.

150 Years of Frank Lloyd Wright: Special Tours of Rare House

150 Years of Frank Lloyd Wright: Special Tours of Rare House

By Kathy McCormack | Jun 6
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home (owned and maintained by the Currier Museum of Art) is offering a "Celebrating 150 Years of Frank Lloyd Wright" tour.

Color Block Gardens Find Drama, Artistry in Saturated Hues

Color Block Gardens Find Drama, Artistry in Saturated Hues

By Kim Cook | Jun 1
Some of the most striking gardens aren't a riot of multiple colors but a carefully curated assemblage of hues. Using foliage and flowers, gardeners can create drama and artistry.

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