Presentation is king when it comes to setting a memorable holiday table, and it needn’t be daunting or expensive. Here are some essential tips that will garner rave reviews at your next gathering. Start by scouring the house to see what you can mix and match to bring your table to life. Don’t be afraid to ask parents or grandparents for family heirlooms that they may be willing to part with.
Designers Library, DL Home & Garden, and most recently, City Living Essentials, three sister companies in a one-block area, continue to set the bar for lifestyle and home goods in the Greater Rochester community and beyond. Located across from the original site of the Rochester Central Station building, these businesses reside in beautifully restored Victorian Era buildings, replacing boarded store fronts with beckoning banks of windows.
Move over Chip and Joanna Gaines! There’s a new girl in town. Buffalo native Ashley Huber is putting her own twists on typical holiday decorating traditions. Featuring a mix of DIY and personal flair, her social media is bursting with her inspiring holiday style. We sat down with Ashley for some insight on how she goes about her process just in time for the season!
Our backyards are part of the surrounding ecosystem. As such, they deserve our careful consideration when making landscaping choices. Patty Love, Founder and Program Director of the Rochester Permaculture Center, believes our choices must go beyond the “how many and where” approach to restore—and even improve—our slice of nature.
Looking to replace your windows but concerned about installation? Renewal by Andersen installs state-of-the-art windows quickly and securely, with no mess or hassle. Rochester Installation Manager, Jerami Frechette, answers your questions about this experience.