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  • Real Estate Rebound

    March 30, 2017

    How the San Joaquin Housing Market Has Recovered and what it means for the county’s economic future. [one_half]It’s been almost a decade since the housing bubble popped, since California home values plummeted and foreclosures threatened to tank the U.S. economy, and it’s taken time for […]

    Art by the Barrel

    March 30, 2017

    Sometimes memories are made by more than a moment behind the selfie stick. Every now and then, they’re etched into a signature stem glass, or prepared through a nostalgic dish you’ve enjoyed as far back as you can remember. And now, they’re carved as a […]

    Tree Huggers Unite

    March 30, 2017

    Trees help clean our air—removing fossil fuel emissions, improving air quality, and reducing nearby indoor air pollution by more than 50 percent. They provide us with oxygen, help clean our drinking water, and as the Arbor Day Foundation puts it, “Trees are simply amazing.” Dating […]

    Low Cost High Impact Updates For Your Home

    November 23, 2016

    Of course, we’re all running around with our heads cut off mid holiday season. The in-laws will be here in a few weeks, and the last thing we have time, or money, for is home improvement projects. With your sanity in mind, we’ve compiled a […]

    SJ City Guide

    It’s Wine O’ Clock Somewhere

    November 22, 2016

    Looking for a memento from all those trips to the winery, but can’t quite fit a barrel into the backseat of your car? Why not go for a clock? Rick Serna of Lodi Barrel Designs has taken our Lodi Appellation by storm, crafting unique furniture […]

    Ask the Experts

    July 29, 2016

    Local pros answer questions on everything from home design to how to save money on your energy bill. Do you have any tips for adding an accent color to a neutral-colored room? “Some people want to paint one wall, but you can paint the ceiling […]

    Don’t Hate, Propagate!

    July 29, 2016

      They are Instagram stars, a go-to décor choice for designers, and a best friend to our ongoing drought. Booming in popularity—both aesthetically and environmentally—succulents are a hot trend that’s here to stay, especially in the San Joaquin Valley. Our poor plants—lately, it seems nearly […]

    Tip Toe along the Flagstone

    July 29, 2016

    The functionality of flagstone as a decorative focal point is endless. It adds charm to the foliage sprouting up and around your gardens and offers you the perfect surface upon which to build a patio. It makes for an excellent pathway alongside your home and, […]

    At Home Mag

    4 Reasons to Opt for a Water Fixture

    July 29, 2016

      Amp up your outdoor entertainment, enjoyment, and aesthetics with the sweet, bubbling serenade of a water feature! Excite the kids, relax the wife and entertain guest while simultaneously building on your already well-renowned landscaping capabilities. Jump on this summer project now, and enjoy it […]

    Featured House: Carey Court Residence

    July 29, 2016

    Venture off the roads well traveled and discover your own exclusive corner of paradise in the quiet suburbs of Morada. Tucked neatly away from the street and hidden behind the sway of trees is the Carey Court residence, a two-story, 7100 square foot home on […]

    Room to Spare

    July 29, 2016

    Does a too-small house have you clamoring for more room? Are your clothes haphazardly thrown into a large closet with no organization? Whether space is limited or you possess the square footage but lack the know-how to make the most of it, re-designing your closets […]

    Flower Power

    July 29, 2016

    Never underestimate the power behind your flowers, because these blossoming beauties were born to be bad! And by bad, we mean good for you and hazardous to the pesky insects and rodents that plague your garden. Whether you’ve got aphids or beetles, fleas or mosquitoes, […]

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