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By Jill L. Kubatko | February 23, 1992
Show house makes magazine coverIt's rare when an interior designer gets the chance to be both designer and client at the same time.Dvorine and Associates in Brooklandville had that opportunity last year when the firm designed a suite for the Baltimore Symphony Decorators' Show House. The design was so effective that it landed the suite on the cover of the spring issue of Decorating magazine."It was one of our most successful projects because we were able to indulge ourselves by being our own client," said Arleen Dvorine.
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By Jill L. Kubatko | February 23, 1992
Show house makes magazine coverIt's rare when an interior designer gets the chance to be both designer and client at the same time.Dvorine and Associates in Brooklandville had that opportunity last year when the firm designed a suite for the Baltimore Symphony Decorators' Show House. The design was so effective that it landed the suite on the cover of the spring issue of Decorating magazine."It was one of our most successful projects because we were able to indulge ourselves by being our own client," said Arleen Dvorine.
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By New York Times News Service | December 23, 1990
Home is where the heart is, to be sure. But home may also be where the money is these days, as Americans put away their dancing shoes and come back home again.At least, that is what publishers of the elite home-design magazines are betting on. These sumptuous publications, which are to home decorating what haute couture is to sewing, include Knapp Communication's Architectural Digest, standard-bearer of the category; Conde Nast's HG, known until two years ago as House & Garden; Hearst's House Beautiful, granddaddy of them all at 94 years old; Meredith's Metropolitan Home; and Hachette's stylish newcomer, Elle Decor.
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By J.L.K | March 15, 1992
State gardens in lithographsHang a Maryland garden on your wall and help ensure its future with proceeds from the limited edition print.Towson Town Center is now offering a series of lithographs by local Artist Tom Everhart. Currently on sale is "Over the Rainbow," an impressionistic view of the Baltimore Conservatory. March 28, "Tiptoe through the Tulips" will feature Sherwood Gardens.Later this summer, a still-untitled print of Ladew Topiary Gardens will be on sale. The final lithograph has not been decided upon.
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By SUZANNE LOUDERMILK | June 23, 1999
Cheers for chutney, a versatile relishTake a seat, salsa. Chutney is stepping up to the plate. According to the July-August issue of Metropolitan Home, chutney is the newest condiment to dazzle American cooks. This versatile Indian relish, with its range of spiciness and textures, adds interesting flavors to ordinary dishes. The magazine's editors suggest coconut chutney to perk up a sandwich or a pear-cranberry version to go with roast duck or chicken.The selling of couscousCheck out the new TV commercial on couscous.
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April 21, 1996
In honor of Earth Day tomorrow, here are some tips on conserving water from RainSoft Water Treatment Systems:Don't run water while brushing your teeth, shaving or washing dishes. Running water uses five to 20 times as much.Use a sponge and bucket to wash your car.Inspect all plumbing for leaks.Install a low-flow shower head. Showers account for 32 percent of home water use. A $10 low-flow shower head cuts water usage and water heating costs in half.Put a displacement device in your toilet tank.
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By Dylan Landis and Dylan Landis,UNIVERAL PRESS SYNDICATE | May 18, 1997
Two candles and a centerpiece: If that's how your dining table dresses for dinner, it may look a little too starched -- especially if there's an easy spirit to your friends, your cooking and your home. If meals are a time of family gathering and warmth, why shouldn't the table reflect it?Several books offer the tools and inspiration for what Metropolitan Home magazine calls table-scaping -- the art of setting an expressive table. The most inviting arrangements tend to be rich, layered and at times quixotically uncoordinated.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman and The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2011
Earlier this week, Ocean City's town council selected Louis J. Grasmick Lumber Co. of Baltimore to provide more than 56,000 pieces of yellow pine to rebuild the boardwalk, a contract worth about $600,000. The town also approved plans to purchase and test an alternative wood to be used on just one block of the initial project. The cost of the TimberSIL , a green product that fuses glass with wood and claims to last longer than yellow pine, was about $40,000. Plans for the boardwalk renovation call for two phases, beginning this fall.
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By New York Times News Service | April 22, 1993
HG, a leading decorating magazine since its founding as House & Garden in 1901, will cease publication after its July issue, Conde Nast Publications has announced."
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By Sharon Overton and Sharon Overton,UNIVERSAL PRESS SYNDICATE | June 2, 1996
First, let's get the JFK Jr. question out of the way.No, Victoria Hagan did not decorate his apartment -- even though her husband is Kennedy's business partner in the much-publicized new political magazine, George. Kennedy didn't hire anyone to do his decorating, Hagan says. "He did his own. He's got great taste."Furthermore, don't expect any other tell-all celebrity decorating tales from this up-and-coming young designer. Her dreamy, white-washed rooms appear often on the pages of Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Metropolitan Home and Vogue, but she isn't into dishing on her clients.
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November 19, 2006
TODAY BOTANICAL ART Visit Picturing the Plant, an exhibit featuring botanical art works by students from the Corcoran College of Art + Design, which ends today at the U.S. Botanic Garden Conservatory, West Orangerie, 100 Maryland Ave. S.W., Washington. The conservatory is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free. 202-225-8333. SATURDAY ORCHID AUCTION Orchid lovers can bid on and purchase numerous varieties of the flowers as well as assorted supplies at an auction, noon-4 p.m. Saturday at the Ellicott City Armory, 4244 Montgomery Road, Ellicott City.
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