2022 Home Design Awards – Orlando Magazine

Architects and home designers1 Phil Kean Design Group2 Michael Wenrich Architects3 Winter park design Cabinets showroom1 KBF design gallery2 S&W kitchens3 Cabinets of the central supply company Cupboards1 cupboard factory2 Californian cupboards3 closets per design Personalized supervision1 Gallery of Master Frames2 Sam Flax Orlando3 Michaels Decoration & Accessories1 Ted Maines …

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Where rock & roll, design and luxury hospitality meet • Hotel Designs

Ahhh Ready! (Paris!) – La Ville Lumière (the City of Light) – the undistributed home of haute couture, stylish interior design and a historic destination for those looking for that ‘je ne sais quoi’ when it comes to matters of the heart. While being a traveler to Paris comes naturally …

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Edmonds Council cuts ‘street’ permit fees in half

EDMONDS – String lights lit up the restaurant “streets” along Main Street early Wednesday morning. Taking into account the public’s advice, members of Edmonds City Council agreed on Tuesday to change their original decision on streaters, the outdoor dining structures that occupy the public right-of-way, typically parking spaces. Edmonds City …

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Homebuilder stocks rebound in the wake of falling interest rates

A “Sold” sign is displayed outside a house under construction at a Lennar Corp development. in Montgomery, Illinois. Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images As the broader markets rallied to start the New Year on Monday, the residential construction sector sold off. IShares US Home Construction ETF lost 2.69% …

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“We will rise” – A drawing of a Linderman student chosen as a mascot

Kenzye Fishel’s drawing of a phoenix in flight against the backdrop of flames was chosen to be the design for the new Linderman Education Center mascot. The design was one of five submissions to a school mascot design contest the school recently held. Until last year, after the formation of …

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With sick staff and suspicious customers of omicron, CT restaurants open and close with “a lot of unknowns”

Omicron is the latest snowball to hit the beleaguered restaurant industry as staff fall ill or are exposed to COVID and customers lose confidence in indoor dining in the latest wave of cases. While Connecticut reported a 21.5% positivity rate on Monday, schools closed and towns and villages rushed to …

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What to know about the oldest house in New Bern NC

Founded in 1710, New Bern has no shortage of dilapidated houses and many downtown residences that have seen two centuries or more go by. While it may seem easy to determine the oldest residence, it is not. The stable, or west wing, of Tryon Palace could easily be New Bern’s …

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No surprises in the history of Holiday Inn in Palm Springs

“The best surprise is no surprise” has been the highly effective slogan of Holiday Inn hotels for decades. Unpleasant surprises were the norm in the 1950s when it came to traveling by car on the new interstate freeway system, especially when looking for a place to stay. Kemmons Wilson was …

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