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Simple, achievable design and renovation strategies for a beautiful, comfortable home

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JUN
2015
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Renovating and Restoring a Century Home

Full Disclosure: I was invited by Phantom Screens to travel to Mobile, Alabama as their guest to tour their restoration project of a historic home. I was not paid for this post and all opinions are my own.   My house, which we bought in 1998 in a mature neighborhood in...
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JUN
2014
A red Georgian Door in Dublin with Ionic columns

Georgian Doors of Dublin

The Georgian Doors of Dublin are a remnant of its Colonial past. There was a time when the government was keen to obliterate all references to the British ties, but thankfully preservationists and concerned citizens fought to keep some notable examples of the elegant architecture...
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JUN
2014
The cemetery at Omaha Beach in France with thousands of graves

Remembering D-Day: My Experience in Normandy

My late father-in-law landed on the beaches of Normandy on June 9th, 1944 among waves of British soldiers who continued to arrive to liberate Europe. We took a personal trip to follow his path, and today we pay tribute to him and thousands of heroes.
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JUN
2014
The Quay's Bar in the Temple Bar area of Dublin

An Ode to Irish Pubs and Writers

The Irish pub has been a cultural gathering place and political touchstone throughout Ireland's colourful and sometimes tragically turbulent history. Through civil war, religious conflict, uprisings and struggles for independence, pubs served as safe houses, social hubs, and the...
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MAR
2014
An entrance from the courtyard

Join Me on a Spanish Castle Tour

On my recent trip to Spain as a guest of Cosentino, Spain's premier counter top manufacturer, I was introduced to Castillo de Canena, a splendidly preserved example of medieval architecture and the family headquarters for the award-winning olive oil by the same name. Join me on...