Make changes fur the better to boost your rooms’ pet-friendly quotient.
Late British veterinary surgeon James Herriot said, “Cats are connoisseurs of comfort,” while 19th century social reformer Henry Ward Beecher opined, “The dog is the god of frolic.” So it stands to reason that a pet owner’s home should have at least one room that’s both plush and playful.
Spiff up your home aesthetic with these textured surfaces, and you may never go back to flat again.
Go ahead: Dare to dream of a home where you can waltz up the shimmering steps of a staircase, wash your hands by the frosty mint-green light of your sink, and watch the walls pop in undulating waves. No need for hallucinogens – when you’re ready to get creative with home surfaces, such aesthetics are naturally available.
Too much stuff? Keep your cache in the closet – or the cabinet – with these creative storage solutions.
What’s lurking in the back of your cabinets? If you’re not sure where Grandma’s prized doilies went, or why you have 10 boxes of petrified macaroni in the pantry, then perhaps it’s time to reorganize. Getting rid of excess stuff is one way of organizing our homes, but as the late comedian George Carlin pointed out, “That’s all your house is: a place to keep your stuff. If you didn’t have so much stuff, you wouldn’t need a house. You could just walk around all the time.”
Try farm before pharma with this folk remedy garden.
Toss out your pill bottles and pick up a shovel – it’s planting season, and a great time to cultivate your own outdoor medicine cabinet. Home-grown remedies “deepen your connection with yourself,” says Renee Rosky, an herbalist at Phoenix Natural Medicine and Detox Center. “You learn how to listen to your body and what you need to heal and get well.” Here are five plants to keep minor maladies at bay – herbalists’ orders.
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