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Once Upon A Vine

Surrounded by pinot grapes and 45 acres of fertile farmland, this little California vine house provides a cozy resting spot for two vintage fanatics.

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Wanted: Kitchen Help

Cook up interesting storage solutions by repurposing vintage goodies.

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On The Mend

A needle and thread can save your favorite jeans—and the world!

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Collector Close-Up: Beaded Whimsy

Discover the beautifully intricate handicraft created by Tuscarora artisans from the Niagara Falls region.

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A Mod, Mod Makeover

This cool little get-away started life as a garage.

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Quick Veggie Centerpiece

Create a feast for the eyes using a vintage mirror and edible greens.

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The Bold & The Beautiful

Enter the fabulous world of artist and designer Bari J. Ackerman and learn how to bring rooms to vibrant floral life.

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Grand Comeback

A vast Victorian gets a new lease on life, as do the found treasures that fill its rooms.

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Slow-Simmer Layering

Our resident design guru Kimberly Biehl shares insight on building a collection and giving a room character.

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Hip to be Square

Turn a damaged granny-square afghan from the 1970s into cute coasters.

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Make These Clever (and Cheap!) Custom Knobs

See what cast-off queen Ki Nassauer does with orphaned watch faces and other found bits.

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The Art Of Tea Towels

Vintage dish-drying essentials were a form of domestic art. A collector shares thoughts on the midcentury marvels.