Following this wave of polar cold weather, many homeowners and private collectors face catastrophic water damage caused by broken pipes. General contractors will help restore carpet, walls, and woodwork, but…
Down-sizing homeowners and renters are tasked with sorting through all the stuff they’ve collected and inherited throughout their lives. We know it’s impossible to keep it all, but not all of it is junk. So, what do we do with it? Here's where Hilary and Jennifer can help.
Having recently returned from two weeks in the UK and a visit to the National Museum of Scotland where several of the Lewis Chessmen are on exhibit, news of this long lost “warder” was a timely reminder not to overlook the little things lying around in drawers when inventorying a family collection.
Here at the end of the school year and beginning of summer, children everywhere are coming home with backpacks, binders, and folders full of an entire year's worth of their artwork and creative output. To the kids and many of their doting parents, every work is a masterpiece to be savored and saved, but if you're serious about curating your children's artwork and creating a manageable archive of their school years, the following tips should provide a guilt-free guide to get you started.
This Mother’s Day, why not shop in your closets? Vintage accessories like purses, scarves, jewelry, and hats are fun to share along with special family heirlooms. Pro Tip: thoughtfully select items but keep it to just one box, so it’s a gift, not a burden. #vintage #mothersday #familytreasures #downsizing #instyle