Posts tagged sink

House Lady digs a view from the porch

   May 10, 2014 6:53 am    0

It’s been a long time since I could sit and write on the patio or front porch, and the past two days — I have been on both to write this blog. I have always loved porches — from sitting on my grandmother’s front porch on a busy street in Greenville, Pa., to the patio…

 

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House lady: ahhh Frontier

   November 2, 2013 12:31 pm    0

There are front doors, and then there are front doors. When you walk through the front doors of the featured home at 412 Frontier Drive in this week’s House to Home, you’ll see a unique entry that welcomes visitors to something special — inside and out. Read the entire story here. This three-story home that…

 

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House Lady — chalk this one up to paper

   October 26, 2013 6:50 am    0

The temperatures are driving us indoors, and some great ideas are popping up for decorating. Chalkboard wall coverings and ideas for chalkboard decor are spicing up homes. Mary Carol Garrity wrote a terrific column that appears in House to Home this week, and local decorators Marie Feltz, of Decorating Den, and Sabrina Fischer, of Sassy Peacock…

 

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House Lady — tour some history, hire an artist

   March 23, 2013 8:09 am    0

Always wanted to tour the homes on Millionaire’s Row? Now’s your chance.  Take a peek at residences and churches on the tour this week in House to Home. Then buy your $10 ticket for the April 25 tour. It sells out every year. The Watson-Curtze mansion, at left, is on the tour. Read the full story here….

 

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Million-dollar open houses in Erie tomorrow

   January 26, 2013 8:18 am    0

Here’s an opportunity to see some very expensive homes — all in one afternoon. Read my full story here in House to Home. The picture here is from the million-dollar home on Manchester Farms Road. I was lucky enough to see these homes with just a dusting of snow, and what a treat. Dennis and Lorraine Dolan’s…

 

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Thanksgiving dinner tales from the sink

   November 23, 2012 9:02 am    0

Turkey breast $15, potatoes from the CSA — cheap, emergency bill for the plumber who works on Thanksgiving Day to clean the dirt and peels out of the clogged sink drain — priceless. Over the years, we’ve survived family holidays where someone forgot to turn the oven on, the refrigerator blew and other minor but…

 

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