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Stone Forest’s Expertise with Luna Bianca Oro

Provided by DRS and Associates Stone Forest’s use of natural materials is seen throughout their kitchen, bath and garden products. Quarried in Italy, Luna Bianca Oro marble features traces of gray and gold/brown veining, which create a unique pattern that stands out from all of Stone Forest’s products. Stone Forest’s designers use Luna Bianca Oro to form some of the …

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Stunning LED Crystal Designs for the Bath

Provided by DRS and Associates Brighten the Bath with LED Paris earned the nickname “City of Light” because of its early adoption of street lights. THG Paris, the leading French atelier for the luxury bath, continues this illustrious tradition of lighting innovation by combining modern LED technology with old-world artistry. THG Paris is proud to have collaborated with legendary French …

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Successfully Transition Houseplants Indoors for Winter in Four Easy Steps

By Melinda Myers Help your houseplants make a smooth transition from their outdoor summer home back inside for winter. The lower light and humidity indoors, along with any insects that hitched a ride indoors, make it difficult to keep these plants looking their best. Here are some basic steps you can follow. Give them a shower before they move indoors. A gentle blast of water …

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Hastings Tile & Bath Introduces Spanish Tile Collections

Provided by DRS and Associates You don’t stay ahead of the pack for more than 125 years by distributing products that aren’t the best, and Hastings Tile & Bath proves this with every product they choose to bring in. Hastings Tile & Bath is proud to announce that they are distributing a new collection from Spanish tile manufacturer Inedita. When …

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IKEA Launches Fourth Season of “IKEA Home Tour”

Provided by IKEA IKEA has launched the fourth season of its successful “IKEA Home Tour.” This fall, a team of IKEA design experts, the “Home Tour Squad,” will hit the road again to help Americans tackle their everyday furnishing and design challenges based on their personal needs and dreams. The Squad will travel to four markets: Philadelphia, the New York/New …

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Stone Forest’s Expertise With Marble

Provided by DRS and Associates When thinking of marble, most people’s first image is of Carrara and the natural luster that makes it one of the most (if not the most) popular marble used in homes today. Stone Forest®has been working with Carrara for years, yielding a number of award-winning designs. Not satisfied with maintaining their own status quo, Stone …

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Six Sun-Inspired Styles Celebrating the Solar Eclipse

Provided by DRS and Associates Cosmic Commemoration, Sun-Inspired Styles On August 21, the moon will momentarily align with the sun, blocking its rays and producing a rare natural phenomenon: a total solar eclipse—one observable across the United States. While this marks a noteworthy cosmological moment for seasoned astronomers, the excitement generated by more casual stargazers has gradually infused the public …

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Retire Old Glory with Respect

Decorating the outside of your home with an American flag is as American as apple pie and baseball. But a tattered flag is no show of respect for Old Glory. Take a good look at your current flag. If the American flag flying at your home or business is faded, torn, tattered or frayed, then it should be replaced and no longer displayed. Prince …

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Tiny Home, Meet Scaled-Down Furniture and Lighting

Provided by DRS and Associates From the longstanding appeal of small-scale urban studios to the advent of rural tiny homes, homeowners in the modern era demonstrate an appreciation for the compact and functional. Movements like minimalism and increased environmental consciousness lead consumers to pare down, concentrating on outfitting small spaces with efficient, robust and aesthetically compelling interior solutions. For your …

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Looking for Those Who Want to be Master Gardeners

Provided by Prince William County Do you have a love of plants, aspire to know more about gardening and a desire to share that knowledge with others? Than you should consider becoming a Master Gardener with the Virginia Cooperative Extension. Master Gardeners learn about general botany, invasive plants and insects, soils, trees, streams, water quality, pruning and just about anything …

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