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Art In Your Home Should Speak To You and For You

by Valerie Demetros Art has the power to uplift moods and change the spirit of a room. From art prints to digital art, contemporary sculpture to photography, art can complement and highlight the aesthetic of your home. Today, we know even more about the science behind art. Studies show that

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Is Grandma Moving In? Find An Interior Designer

If you are concerned about an elderly relative who’s living alone or in a facility that doesn’t appear to be meeting their needs, bringing them home to live with you can be the best solution if you have enough space and resources. Home accessibility and safety are often roadblocks when

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Some Trends Home Today & Gone Tomorrow

Just because you’re able to redecorate your home with every new trend doesn’t mean you should. Trying to keep up with every “color of the year” or latest designer’s lamp release creates a huge drain on your time and energy, not to mention fodder for the landfill. Nobody has a

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Reflect Your Style with Mirrors

Decorating with mirrors is a perfect way to enhance natural light and make a room appear larger and brighter. For instance, placing one across from a window echoes the natural light and foliage, essentially bringing the outdoors in. But don’t just hang it anyplace. To decorate with mirrors, treat them

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Design Preferences Are Clues to Personality

When we decorate our homes we’re clearly trying to make them stylish and functional, but the top priority, whether we realize it or not, is to make ourselves comfortable. Our choices reflect our personalities and the type of environment one prefers to be in. The design styles we gravitate to

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Your Art Gallery Wall Can Be Anywhere

by Valerie Demetros If you have a unique art collection, hanging a gallery wall is the perfect way to show it off. A gallery wall is simply a curated display of framed art, photographs, prints and sculptures creatively arranged on a wall. The first thing you need to do is

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Take Charge For the Future With Luxury EVs

by Blake Herzog Today’s luxury electric vehicles are zooming to the forefront of the EV sector, loaded with power and features along with the leading-edge technology that will defuse combustion engine domination once and for all. Here are some of the buzziest machines on the market today: Lucid Air Grand

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Accessories Perk Up Your Wardrobe

by Michelle Beck, Owner, Purple Clover Boutique Getting tired of wearing the same pieces from your closet? For a simple, less expensive fix, try changing your accessories instead. Wardrobe essentials are essential for a reason — they are supposed to last for a long time. That is why they are

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Burgundy, A Gift For the 5 Senses

by Tori Ward, Cruise and Resort Specialist, ROX Travel I hesitated when my husband suggested a food and wine canal trip through Burgundy. Then he added cheese. He should have led with that. We were a bit apprehensive because we certainly are not wine experts. However, we boarded a train

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3 Tips For Selling Your Home During the Holidays

by Gwen Holloway and Elena Sanwick, REALTORS®, LUXE Real Estate Group – Luxury Prescott Thinking about selling your home during the holidays, or is it just too much? Conducting showings during the last months of the year presents some unique and additional challenges that can bring extra stress to an

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Stock Your Home Bar With Essentials

Creating a home bar is a must if you enjoy entertaining. Aside from adding your own style with artwork and a distinctive bar, there are a few essentials you can’t overlook. You’ll be glad you have these basics on hand when the fun begins. Glassware Invest in the right glassware

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Iced or Hot, Curl Up With Winter Cocktails

Winter is a fabulous excuse for self-indulgence. We’re cold, we’re tired from work and family obligations, and we’re either preparing for or decompressing from the holiday frenzy. At least a few evenings should be set aside for relaxed revelry with festive drinks made from the highest quality ingredients. In case

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Must-Have Heels for your Shoe Collection

Marilyn Monroe was spot-on when she said, “Give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world.” Nothing defines an outfit better than shoes. Whether it’s a little black dress, leggings or jeans, your shoes will define the mood. But the only way to achieve that is to

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Experiencing Sedona’s Tlaquepaque

by Riverann Polinard, Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village Arriving in Sedona is like walking into a beautiful postcard. In the center of town is Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village. This artistic village reflects the romance of Sedona. Here, art and nature embrace one another in a story of beauty and

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Brush Your Skin Care Worries Away

Most of your skin care regime is laser-focused on your face, which makes sense because that’s the part of you that you present to the world every day, and it’s where your most sensitive skin is. Devoting that much time to the rest of your skin’s surface isn’t possible in

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Let a Japanese Head Spa Take You Out of Your Head

by Blake Herzog Japanese head spa treatments started infiltrating the U.S. a few years ago by mixing the art of high touch with high tech, overrunning TikTok with vignettes using phrases like “heaven in a chair” and autonomous sensory meridian response, sometimes referred to as ASMR, soundtracks. Available in both

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Threads Take Place of Surgical Facelift

by Aymee Wilson, Owner & Founder, Wilson Aesthetics A PDO thread lift is a treatment that uses PDO (polydioxanone) threads to help rejuvenate your face and remove all the signs of aging. PDO threads: How long does it last? This face-lift procedure is very effective as it offers both long-lasting

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CBD Can Take Your Facial to the Next Level

You’ve probably heard cannabidiol (CBD) is the cure-all for everything these days. It’s in just about anything from food to supplements, shampoo and skin care. In case you don’t know, CBD is an active ingredient derived from the cannabis plant. It’s a chemical compound extracted from hemp and marijuana. CBD

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Use Adaptogenic Drinks To Fight Stress & Fatigue

Adaptogens are herbs and other botanicals that humans have used for millennia to relieve one or more symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression as well as to boost the immune system. Bottled and powdered adaptogenic drinks sold under brand names like Recess, Clevr, Zolt, Moment and Free Rain have been

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Jamu, a Drink & Ritual, Heals In Multiple Ways

Indonesia has embraced jamu for some 1,000 years as both an herbal beverage and a state of mind. Appropriately named after the islands, jamu (also called jamu juice) does not have a standard recipe so it can be adapted to whatever ingredients are available, built around turmeric and ginger, two

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Reflexology: It’s More Than Just a Foot Rub

Just about everyone loves a good foot rub. It can make a long, rough day seem to fade away. Reflexology is the ultimate foot rub that can treat illness and pain by applying pressure to certain points on your foot. It is based on the principle that there are areas

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Man Cave Survival Depends on These Necessities

by Blake Herzog A man cave has long been defined as a refuge for husbands, boyfriends, dads, grandpas and other males who find themselves sharing their living quarters with fellow humans who may not share all of their tastes in entertainment, games, décor and hobbies. This room is generally dedicated

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Indoor Plant Trends, Bringing the Outdoors In

There is nothing more satisfying than creating an oasis at home where people feel welcome and you are at peace and comfortable. For many, this includes bringing the outdoors in with plants and flowers. And especially during the pandemic when everyone spent more and more time at home, creating that

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Find the Right Window Treatments for Every Room

by Tom Binkley, Owner, Prescott Window Coverings When selecting window coverings for your house you must keep two aspects in mind: a room’s natural lighting and intended use. Spending just a little bit of time assessing this will ensure your home has the level of comfort and style you deserve.

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Revamp your Bathroom Without Renovating

Kitchen renovations get all the glory, but what about the room devoted to personal care? The National Kitchen and Bath Association recommends spending between 5% and 10% of your home’s value on a bathroom remodel. If you’re not up to the mess or cost, there are ways to get around

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