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Preservation League: Stockade one of 'Seven to Save'

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Preservation League: Stockade one of 'Seven to Save'

The Preservation League of New York named the Stockade Historic District as one of the most endangered places in the state, but local officials are looking to the designation as a way to raise awareness and secure funding.

Art teacher's love of colors reflected in home

Art teacher's love of colors reflected in home

Personalizing her new home with color was a natural fit for Nina Strelec.

Six questions to ask before hiring a contractor to remodel your home

Six questions to ask before hiring a contractor to remodel your home

How to find a qualified professional to do renovations in your house

Are unseen leaks causing water damage in your home?

Are unseen leaks causing water damage in your home?

Four ways to avoid costly problems this winter

Fueled by wood or gas, fireplaces take center stage

Fueled by wood or gas, fireplaces take center stage

Fireplaces are an essential part of many American homes.

Four cool ways to freshen up your bedroom in winter

Four cool ways to freshen up your bedroom in winter

If you haven’t updated your bedroom in a while, you may find that some key elements have changed while you’ve been sleeping.

Nine tips to up your design game

Nine tips to up your design game

As you study vignettes on your bookmarked design blogs, flip through pages of shelter magazines and binge-watch HGTV shows, it’s hard not to imagine certain design details transforming your own home.

How "House Hunters" became the most unstoppable juggernaut on TV

How "House Hunters" became the most unstoppable juggernaut on TV

To the astonishment of rival networks, "House Hunters" remains one of the most unlikely and unstoppable juggernauts on TV, helping HGTV become one of the most-watched cable networks in America.

Decluttering guru is back with more magic

Decluttering guru is back with more magic

Marie Kondo, the self-described “crazy tidying fanatic” who has sparked the world with her joy for decluttering, has a new book to help you clean up your act.

Pretty in pink (and periwinkle blue)

Pretty in pink (and periwinkle blue)

As the world’s foremost color-trend watcher, Leatrice Eiseman had noticed blush pink and a soft periwinkle blue popping up on runways and in interiors

How to keep your home cozy all winter long

How to keep your home cozy all winter long

Right now, your home probably is still brimming with the warmth and cheeriness of the holiday season. But once the decorations are gone, how do you make that cozy feeling last through the winter months ahead?

Graphic designers work wonders inside row house

Graphic designers work wonders inside row house

In 1889, Harmar D. Denny finished eight brick row houses on Pittsburgh’s North Side, hoping to draw upper middle-class professionals as tenants.

Some ideas for a smarter, more stylish Christmas tree

Some ideas for a smarter, more stylish Christmas tree

Make your Christmas tree your masterpiece. How? By skipping the big boxes of big-box ornaments in favor of everyday stuff you love, reimagined.

Bigger, better pantries are tops on many kitchen wish lists

Bigger, better pantries are tops on many kitchen wish lists

Teresa Keller used to joke that she was pantry-challenged. She often relied on a flashlight to search the deep, dark cupboard that held her canned goods and other food items.

How American plants took root in Britain

How American plants took root in Britain

The Joe Pye weed blushes, the Northern red oak glows, the goldenrod erupts in a blaze of bright yellow.

Designer gives tips on making a room feel larger

Designer gives tips on making a room feel larger

As the weather gets colder and we come indoors, it’s easy to wish your indoor space had some of the open, airy feeling of the outdoors.

German architect built a 1930 Craftsman gem

German architect built a 1930 Craftsman gem

Built around 1930, this stone Craftsman house has multiple entrances and outdoor spaces, walkways and two balconies.

Think you want a tiny house? Businesses offer a tryout first

Think you want a tiny house? Businesses offer a tryout first

Hilary and Shane Lentz were hooked on the idea of a tiny house, but they weren't sure the reality would be so appealing.

Reinvent your hardwood floors

Reinvent your hardwood floors

Worn and faded hardwood floors can drag down the look of a room. But having scuffed floors sanded down and re-stained can be expensive and messy. One alternative that’s gaining popularity: painting older hardwood floors.

Discarded wood, diseased trees turned into furniture

Discarded wood, diseased trees turned into furniture

When Seth Cope looks at a forest filled with fallen trees, he sees furniture.

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