1. Articles in category: Your Home and Garden

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    1. Kitchen 101: Best Appliances and Cookware

      Kitchen 101: Best Appliances and Cookware

      It's been said time and again that the kitchen is the heart of the home. With its delicious smells and promise of food, this is where members of a family gather around. Having a kitchen that is conducive to both physical and social nourishment is essential for creating a happy home. 

      There are so many things to consider when outfitting a kitchen, and one of the most important decisions is what appliances and cookware to bring in. With the plethora of kitchen products and brands, it's very easy to get overwhelmed. But not to worry--here at Your Home ...

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    2. Hydrangea Propagation Techniques

      Hydrangea Propagation Techniques

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from Ugly Duckling House. It's called How to Propagate Hydrangeas.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, we thought was worth the share:

      Some gardeners swear by rooting them in winter, where they’ll grow more resilient roots versus summer (which also makes sense). So, as of now, I have no recommendation as to what time of year is best. I’m simply taking what I cut off from pruning my hydrangeas in spring and summer and using those cutoffs for propagation.

      Give the rest of this interesting article a read ...

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    3. Productive Activities That Property Investors Can Do While There's a Downturn

      Productive Activities That Property Investors Can Do While There's a Downturn

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from the blog pages of Infotrack. It's called 5 Tips to Get Ahead During the Property Market Downturn.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, we thought was worth the share:

      I looked at this downturn as an opportunity to take time to put in place processes and procedures to ensure that when the market did pick up, my business would be running like a well-oiled machine.

      Give the rest of this interesting article a read for more information and context...

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    4. Why Early Retirement Planning is Important Even if You Don't Intend To Get Out of the Workforce Early

      Why Early Retirement Planning is Important Even if You Don't Intend To Get Out of the Workforce Early

      Here's an interesting article from Marketwatch. It's called Why Everyone Should Save Money Like They're Going to Retire Early by Tanja Hester.

      In it, she shares some fascinating insights. This one is particularly thought-provoking:

      More than half of U.S. workers over age 50 are pushed out of long-held jobs before they choose to retire, according to a new analysis of Health and Retirement Study data by ProPublica and the Urban Institute, often resulting in irreparable financial harm that imperils their retirement and therefore the rest of their lives. Many never find work again, and those who ...

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    5. How You Treat Your Ex After Divorce Has A Lot of Impact Your Children Too

      How You Treat Your Ex After Divorce Has A Lot of Impact Your Children Too

      Here's an interesting article from GOOD. It's called Why A Divorced Father Still Buys His Ex Flowers On Her Birthday by Todd Perry.

      He shares some interesting insights on co-parenting and divorce. Here's one that's particularly thought-provoking.

      There is no way to shield a child from the pain of their parents’ divorce or preventing them from dealing with psychological issues down the road. But effective co-parenting by former spouses can go a long way towards creating the best of a bad scenario.

      Researchers believe that children of divorce benefit when their parents treat eachother with respect ...

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    6. Garden Organization With A Little Help From Marie Kondo

      Garden Organization With A Little Help From Marie Kondo

      Since Netflix released her series, Marie Kondo has become one of the most influential women on the planet. She's sparked a kind of an organization revolution in households all over the world. However, she's not just sparking joy indoors. Gardeners can get in on the action too. This is what The Lovely Greens is sharing with us in this beautiful article.

      Tanya, the website's resident gardener extraordinaire, helps us translate Marie Kondos tips from the interior of the home to the exterior. Just like the Netflix series, this post is full wisdom in the years spent on ...

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    7. A Free and Simple Yet Absolutely Beautiful Garden Edging Material That You Never Would've Guessed Would Work

      A Free and Simple Yet Absolutely Beautiful Garden Edging Material That You Never Would've Guessed Would Work

      If you're asking yourself how much you should spend on your home improvement, the best answer is free. There are tons of options to choose from that you can DIY into making it look pretty enough for your home. One such example is these pruned raspberry cane turned into garden edging. In this article, Tanya Anderson of Lovely Greens herself teaches how to make this absolutely beautiful project.

      "They seem like such a shame to waste though, especially when you consider the other materials that we buy to bring into the garden like willow, hazel, and bamboo. This winter ...

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    8. Gardening Mistakes to Avoid

      Gardening Mistakes to Avoid

      They say an educated man learns from his mistakes but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others. In this article, we learn directly from the experiences of Tanya, behind Lovely Greens herself. It's a list of mistakes to avoid as a beginner in the organic gardening world.

      It's a great article because 90% of those who are just starting out quit just because of these mistakes. "After watching folks come and go, I have an idea of what their challenges are and have advice that might keep beginners passionate about growing," she writes.

      In short, this ...

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    9. UDH: The Best of 2018 And What's to Come for 2019

      UDH: The Best of 2018 And What's to Come for 2019

      The incredible blog site that is Ugly Duckling House is an excellent source of great home and garden tips. From gardening equipment tips to interior makeovers, it's been something of a sought after blog. The articles are just so well written and the tips are just so helpful that we at Your Home and Garden have featured her articles for quite a few times.

      In this piece, learn what was most memorable for the site's primary blogger Sara Fogle and what she's stoked for this year. It's an exciting piece that you shouldn't miss. It ...

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    10. An Interview With The Fairy Godmother of Clean Homes Marie Kondo

      An Interview With The Fairy Godmother of Clean Homes Marie Kondo

      Home organization superstar Marie Kondo shares with us the things that spark joy in her life in this exquisite article. Here's our chance to learn more about the "queen of clean".

      She's an inspiring figure in home and self care practices and it's thoroughly enjoyable to know that she enjoys almost the same things as us. It's quite amazing that even with these things in common such as skincare, Netflix, and other things, she can keep her home as tidy as it is.

      We at Your Home and Garden Magazine can definitely recommend this article because ...

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    11. Creative Gardening Ideas That'll Leave You Stoked the Whole Year

      Creative Gardening Ideas That'll Leave You Stoked the Whole Year

      Creativity in the kitchen doesn't have to be limited to the dishes you make. It can also be on full display in the way you grow your own food. this article, learn 12 absolutely creative gardening ideas that'll wow your guests and make your plants grow healthier than ever. There's one for each month so you can perfect each one before you start on the next idea.

      From tiny eggshell vessel to old gutter planters the creative geniuses at gardening website Lovely Greens have it all. "By challenging yourself to a creative gardening project every month you ...

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    12. Architecture Biennials That Enthusiasts Will Definitely Love To Go To This 2019

      Architecture Biennials That Enthusiasts Will Definitely Love To Go To This 2019

      Some of architecture's biggest events are set for 2019 and this article from Arch Daily has got them all listed neatly for you. In this piece, we get to learn about what's in store for us in each event.

      "From Chicago's new approaches to the traditional practices to Shenzhen's future technology prospect; from Oslo's degrowth agenda to Brazil's focus on everyday architecture, it's time to start saving dates for the following biennials around the world!" the piece reads.

      It's a great list that we at Your Home and Garden can definitely recommend ...

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    13. A Hostel Made Of Shipping Containers

      A Hostel Made Of Shipping Containers

      The growing concern for the state of our environment has permeated all aspects of our lives--including construction. Sustainability is now a major consideration in building our homes. Luckily, there are a lot of options available for making structures more environment-friendly.

      One of them is using old shipping containers for houses. While it was once considered unorthodox, this design feature has been gaining popularity in recent years. We at Your Home and Garden magazine invite you to read this article on an innovative hostel in Warnemünde, Germany that upcycled shipping containers to create a one-of-a-kind building that is both contemporary ...

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    14. What Inspires Marian Boswall Designer Architects?

      What Inspires Marian Boswall Designer Architects?

      Marian Boswall Designer Architects is a leader in the industry. What inspires their work, therefore, is something that we would love to know about.

      In this interview, Marian herself gives us a glimpse of what inspires her wonderful work. "I was in the mountains of Spain for a yoga retreat recently and was bowled over by the huge expanses of plants which are wildflowers over there and would be in gardens here," she writes.

      It's an absolutely great experience reading this article and we're pretty sure that you would too. Just click on the link below and get ...

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    15. Converting a Home from Claustrophobic to Calm

      Converting a Home from Claustrophobic to Calm

      When we look for property, most would say location and budget is the primary consideration. But imagine finding one that fits the bill, but is cramped, dark and tacky? What to do next?

      We at Your Home and Garden encourage you to read up on how this family transformed a dark house in London into an airy, beautiful home. Learn how they were able to make the most of what little natural light entered the property. Take inspiration from the interior design hacks they used to create a more spacious and bright space.

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    16. Antiques in a Contemporary Home: Inspiration from the Family behind the Antique Emporium, Guinevere

      Antiques in a Contemporary Home: Inspiration from the Family behind the Antique Emporium, Guinevere

      Antiques are highly prized for their beautiful craftsmanship, historical importance, and high resale value. And while one may think that filling one's house with antiques would be a good idea in the long run, many people don't do so for fear of making their home seem scary, stuffy, and from a by-gone era. In addition, there is lovely furniture from a variety of time periods and cultures. How do you mesh them together to make a cohesive home? How do you put together the beauty of old with a fresh new twist?

      We at Your Home and Garden ...

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    17. Green Inspiration: Trees Inside Houses

      Green Inspiration: Trees Inside Houses

      We all know the many beneficial aspects of having trees: shade against the sun, cleaner and cooler air, reduced flooding, and the relaxing green of nature. But what if we could tell you that you could bring all those benefits inside your house?

      We at Your Home and Garden magazine encourage you to get inspired to redefine "tree house" by reading this article. A beautiful home in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, designed by the innovative firm, VTN Architects, shows how trees can up the ante both outside and inside of houses.

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    18. Christmas Flower Arrangement Ideas from Top London Florists

      Christmas is the perfect time to go all out in decorations--with the festivities, get-togethers and Christmas parties, setting up holiday decor is well worth the work. And yet, when we think "Christmas", what inevitably comes to mind are evergreens, pine, and mistletoe. Are there any other garden-based decor that can be used for this time of year?

      Our answer is yes! We at Your Home and Garden magazine encourage you to think out-of-the-box this year with your Christmas floral arrangements. In this article, three florists from the top London shops share their ideas for beautiful holiday decor. Check it out ...

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    19. Inspiration from New York's Finest Homes

      Inspiration from New York's Finest Homes

      Don't you just see a beautiful home and wish with all your might that you could go inside and see what was in it? Ever itch to walk through from rooms designed by the best of the best? Going ahead and doing it would probably land you in jail, but that doesn't mean you can never have access to the world's most beautiful homes.

      We at Your Home and Garden magazine suggest you read this article about "New York Splendor: The City's Most Memorable Rooms", a coffee table book written by esteemed interior design writer Wendy ...

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    20. Comparing Safety Gloves for Small Hands

      Comparing Safety Gloves for Small Hands

      One of the most important and yet most overlooked materials in home and gardening DIY projects are safety gloves. A good pair of safety gloves provides protection and durability while affording you with the dexterity needed to finish the job. And while there is a full range to choose from, people with small hands still find it difficult to get the perfect pair.

      We at Your Home and Garden magazine recommend that you read this article from a serial DIY-er with small hands. She compares fourteen brands of gloves and gives an in-depth review based on her personal experience. It ...

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    21. Classy Golden Window Frames Might Just Be That Add-on You've Been Dreaming Of

      Classy Golden Window Frames Might Just Be That Add-on You've Been Dreaming Of

      Gold can is a bit of a risk when it comes decorating your home. You can either go super classy or super tacky super fast.

      In this article from House And Garden UK, we get to see how architectural designer Charles Rutherford created the luxurious colour so exquisite in his London home. He used gold on most of the frames of his windows. "He was inspired by a lecture in Italy in which the speaker talked about a great house with gold windows that 'glinted in the sunlight'," the article reads. "He created the effect with quick-drying metallic paint - a ...

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    22. Man Meets Nature in this Beautiful Home in the Woods

      Man Meets Nature in this Beautiful Home in the Woods

      This magnificent house by Bloc Architects shows how you can elegantly combine industrial design with the natural forest environment. The home just invites the forest in, even in its overtly industrial leanings. It strikes an unlikely balance between nature and man.

      "By chamfering brutal edges, we revealed concretes cool elegance. Concrete Frames are propped off steel columns converting heavy and cumbersome to light and agile," reads the description. "The home celebrates raw materials, which helps soften the transition between built form and the precious landscape that surrounds it."

      It's an absolutely beautiful home that we at Your Home and ...

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    23. A DIY Mud Room Makeover That'll Leave Your Guests Speechless

      A DIY Mud Room Makeover That'll Leave Your Guests Speechless

      Mudrooms are a great way to keep your home clean. But, how do you keep the mudroom clean?

      This article from DIY home renovation website, Ugly Duckling House, gives us the schematics to a beautiful but extremely functional storage cubbies. It's complete with a bench, hooks for hanging outerwear, and an open boot storage which all work wonderfully to keep the dirt from the inner sanctums of your home!

      You'll almost not want to use them for your muddied boots because they're so pretty. But, we at Your Home and Garden Magazine can definitely imagine this in ...

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    24. Take A Glimpse Of An Antique Collector's Home

      Take A Glimpse Of An Antique Collector's Home

      Antique pieces just have a character to them that can't be matched. So, an antique collector's home is usually so full of character. In this article, we get to learn about Guy Tobin, an antique collector, and his beautiful home.

      "For as long as I can remember, Guy has been accumulating things: black and white Indian photographs; green Venetian glasses; a wicker waste-paper basket shaped like a frog with marbles for eyes," writes his sister in this piece. She further posts pictures of her brother's lovely south London home for our enjoyment.

      The photos of his home ...

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