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    by Michelle Slatalla on January 26, 2021 at 9:00 am

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  • Landscape Design: 10 Tips for a Fire-Safe Garden
    by Barbara Peck on January 25, 2021 at 9:00 am

    The wildfires that have ravaged parts of California are making us all more aware of this real or potential threat. You’re at higher risk if you live close to wildlands, or in an area with low rainfall where dry vegetation can spread flames in an instant. What can you do to keep your family, property,

  • Trending on Remodelista: A Fresh Start
    by Gardenista Team on January 22, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    This presidential inauguration week, we are thinking about new beginnings of all sorts, including in our homes. Below, some ideas from Remodelista to breathe new life into yours. Plus: 10 Easy Pieces: Gallery-Style Picture Frames Object of Desire: Handmade Cast Iron Candle Holders from Sweden Steal This Look: 10 Design Ideas from a Tiny, Michelin-Starred

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    by Janet Hall on January 22, 2021 at 9:00 am

    When we surveyed members of the Remodelista + Gardenista Architect/Designer Directory for their favored roofing material, we were surprised by the answers. Did the recommendations vary? NO. Were we surprised? YES. Hands down, the “go to” roofing material was standing seam metal. What is Standing Seam Metal? Standing seam metal roofs are made of metal

  • Before & After: A Landscape Where ‘Horticultural Worlds Collide’ at Scribe Winery
    by Michelle Slatalla on January 21, 2021 at 9:00 am

    In California, our architecture is young. We joined the Union in 1848 and since then have endured so many biblical calamities in the form of fires and earthquake that it’s a shock to find any building with a history that dates to 1850—much less a grand Spanish-style mansion with a pillared front porch and a