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20 Front Porch Column Ideas That’ll Beautify Your Home

While your home’s front porch columns provide structural support, it’s important to note that porch columns serve more than purely a functional purpose. There are many different styles of columns to choose from, and you will want to think carefully about the overall design scheme that you wish to embrace.

If you’re looking to revamp your existing front porch columns, there are many ways to do so without taking on a major construction project, whether you’re looking to experiment with paint or take on a large DIY project.

No matter what, you certainly won’t want to miss out on the

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5 San Antonio-Inspired Decor Tips

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San Antonio is known for its vibrant culture, emerging art scene, and a blend of sophisticated and cozy style. If you’re looking to spice up your home decor or just moving to SATX, we’re here to help. From fun local artwork to distinct color palettes, there’s a lot you can do with it to give your home a taste of San Antonio flair.

1. Create a ranch-style living space

Ranch interiors combine open-floor living with comfort and practicability. It’s an architectural style with solid

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Spacious east Louisville home featured on 2022 Tour of Remodeled Homes

A Louisville couple and their dogs were comfortable in their previous home — but they just wanted more land.

“I told my husband I wanted some acreage for our dogs,” the homeowner, who asked not to be named, told The Courier Journal. “We looked at 100 acres, we looked at 60 acres, we looked at everything — acreage everywhere, from Shelbyville to Louisville.”

One day, she was driving down a street and saw a for sale sign in front of a 5,000-square-foot, traditional-style home in east Louisville that had just enough land. Soon enough, she and her husband were moving

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Your Complete Guide to House Styles Across the United States

When it comes to our homes there is more than just “modern.” A whole world of residential architecture styles exists outside of the cookie-cutter image of the American suburb. From coast to coast, you can find houses that ache for ancient Greek classicism and Gatsby-era Long Island, with stories to tell in their turrets and towers and walls that speak of recent and remote periods of American history. In the most intimate of architectural scales we can glean a bit about how our forebears once lived and gather a great deal about how these homes’ stewards would like to live

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