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2012 homes will mix old and new designs under one (smaller) roof

 

2012 homes will mix old and new designs under one (smaller) roof

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2012 homes will mix old and new designs under one (smaller) roof
News from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

(ARA) – Today’s consumer mindset is steeped in common sense and careful decisions. When making a purchase, individuals aren’t looking to accumulate “stuff.” They’re looking to buy an experience. That experiential purchasing behavior is especially true when it comes to selecting items for the home. Current home decorating is not about flashy, over-the-top design; rather, it’s about decorating for real life – a home that’s smaller, more well-equipped and custom-made for its owners’ lifestyles.

“Homeowners are getting back to basics,” says Rebecca Kolls, senior director, consumer strategist of home and garden, Iconoculture, a leading consumer trends advisory firm which presented at Moen Incorporated’s INSPIRE Design Seminar. “They are putting roots down and investing in items to increase their quality of life.”</…………… continues on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Volunteers restoring home into day shelter
News from Baltimore Sun:

A rundown, vacant rowhouse in Southwest Baltimore will soon offer homeless and drug-addicted women a respite from the streets.

The house on Wilkens Avenue is undergoing extensive renovations that will turn it into a day shelter for women that will be known as Brigitte’s Place. Pam Moniger, a recovering addict who said she spent 10 years homeless, will help staff the shelter.

“When I was out there, this would have meant so much,” Moniger said. “Most of these women are just walking the streets and looking for a place to rest. We are not a detox center, but this may be where rehab can start. At least it’s a way off the streets, even if it is just for a few hours.”

Volunteers, many of them from Severna Park United Methodist Church in Anne Arundel County, are renovatin…………… continues on Baltimore Sun

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