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Whitecraft Outdoor Furniture by Woodard

In the vast sea of patio furniture, you will find that many ideas and designs repeat themselves over and over and over and over and over. Anything original or unique (and on this side of bizarre) is a rare and welcome find. This is where Whitecraft by Woodard comes in. The Whitecraft Company has recently aligned itself with the Woodard Company; the marriage of these two American patio furniture giants, with a combined history spanning nearly 200 years, promises a bright future for...

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In Like A Lion…

It’s March and, while there happens to be 7 inches of snow in my backyard, it is still time to start thinking about what is lurking under that blinding blanket of white. I guarantee you, it’s not pretty. I am one of those people who are great at giving advice but not so great at following it myself. So I have a literal pile of uncovered furniture on my patio, along with cushions, pillows, half empty terra cotta pots, plant stands, and an assortment of outdoor flummery. And...

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You Know Your Space Best. Build Your Own Couch!

A sectional couch is built by connecting multiple modules, or sections, together to create a single-form couch. Often, the shopper dictates the size and shape of a sectional by picking and choosing from an offering of different modules with different functions. Before playing interior designer, it’s wise to get hip to the lingo used for each building block. Start Here: RECLINER seats may recline manually or with a powered mechanism. Typically, a recliner seat leans back to a...

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Tommy Bahama Outdoor Furniture

There is nothing like a mid-western winter to inspire dreams of sun-kissed sand and swelling turquoise surf.  Some people say they like the cold; apparently they enjoy the biting winds, the chapped lips, the dangerous roads. These same people appreciate colonoscopies and root canals. Give me the beach, any day. Give me the sunshine, the sparkling waves, the warm, drowsy afternoons, and the salt in the air (not on my car). Give me the island life. That’s the same thing Tony...

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I Resolve To HAVE MORE FUN

Another year is rolling around; another vain attempt to lose weight, work out more, stop smoking, drinking, eating sugar, eating meat, etc., etc., etc. Why do New Year’s Resolutions always have to focus on the negative? The reality is adding some good ole fun to your family routine will make it a whole lot easier to generate all the changes you desire for yourself. According to an article in Psychology Today, “emotional control, social competency, personal resiliency, and...

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Blue, Blue, Christmas

It's no secret that the holidays can bring on a fa-la-la-la-la-la funk; lots of people experience bouts of seasonal depression. Maybe it's the short days and long nights, the biting winds, the ice-encrusted windshields; or maybe it's the shopping, the relatives, and a constant barrage of social obligations. Maybe it's all those unrealistic television portrayals; those scenes of a perfect home with a perfect hearth filled with perfect friends and perfect family eating perfect food around a...

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Reinventing Your Pool Table

For the thinking shopper, adding a pool table to a home means subtracting space. And in the economy of interior design, space is money. If the kids don’t fall head over heels for the game, you’ll wonder if you’ve sacrificed precious footage for nothing. If you’re running a cost-benefit analysis of adding a pool table to your living space, consider add-ons and conversions that make your pool table useful, whether or not you’re racking the pool balls every...

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Craft Beer Basics

I have never been a beer drinker, although you wouldn’t think that if you looked in the fridge in my garage. We have an entire appliance devoted entirely to the storage and chilling of beer. Not just any beer makes it to this hallowed spot, however – the only beer in our fridge is “craft” beer.   My husband and daughter are craft beer enthusiasts;  and after listening to several conversations between the two of them that made no sense to me at all, I...

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An Attitude Of Gratitude

The U.S. was the first country in the world to formally observe a day dedicated to giving thanks. In 1789, George Washington proclaimed Thursday, November 26, as a “Day of Publick Thanksgivin” and in 1863, Abraham Lincoln fixed the last Thursday of November as the official day to commemorate a national day of Thanksgiving. But being thankful means so much more than pigging out on turkey and falling into a tryptophan coma one day each year. More than mini-marshmallows,...

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