Blog Archives: design
A Sleek & Modern 1920’s Brookside Tudor is Sarah’s Pick of the Week
My latest pick of the week is a sleek, Tudor-style home located in the heart of one of Brookside’s best-known subdivisions, Armour Hills. Listed at $510,000, this is one of the highest priced homes in the subdivision to date. Take a look!
Missouri Sales Tax Holiday: Shop Tax-Free on Home Appliances
In the market for a new home appliance? The state of Missouri offers consumers a seven-day exemption from state sales taxes on certain ENERGY STAR certified new appliances. The state sales tax holiday, known as the “Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday,” applies to ENERGY STAR-certified appliances up to $1,500 per appliance intended for either personal or business use.
Friday Links: Dwell’s Modern Collection at Target, Wonderscope Gets a New Home, and a Master Gardener Spring Seminar
My attention is usually focused on home design, kid stuff, and gardening, so this week’s link roundup is right up my alley. I hope you enjoy it, too!
Friday Links – Tour A Historic Home in Rockhill, Proposed Airbnb Requirements, and More KC Love From Design Sponge
In this week’s links, we learn that new requirements may be on the way for Airbnb operators in Kansas City, tour a 104-year-old home with completed energy efficiency upgrades, and a Kansas City shirtwaist home is featured on Design Sponge.
Friday Links – KC Artist Featured on Design Sponge, Improvements For Waldo and the Trolley Trail, Kansas City Public Schools Accreditation News
In this week’s edition of Friday Links, we get a glimpse at a local artist’s apartment, some good news from Kansas City Public Schools, big improvements on the way for Waldo and the Trolley Trail, and a famous estate goes on the market.
Friday Links – Kansas City Love, Colorful Decorating, and a New Appliance Color
This edition of my “Friday Links” post is heavy on design and decorating. We discovered a new appliance color, a world-famous blog features a local KC home, a fun design blog with local roots, and a home filled to the brim with color and pattern.
Turn Your Plain-Jane Post-War, Mid-Century Ranch into a Craftsman Bungalow
As I was browsing the internet today, I stumbled onto an incredible home design conversion. What started as a plain little post-war ranch house, was artfully transformed into an attractive Craftsman-style bungalow. Learn why I think this is the perfect renovation idea for homes in Kansas City’s older, inner-ring suburbs and neighborhoods.
Sarah’s Picks for Mid-Century Inspired Modern Clocks for your Home
The smartphone may diminish the need for a wristwatch, but I still want a clock in every room of my house. I love the retro style, so I went straight to Etsy and found this assortment of new and vintage clocks.
Friday Links: A Walk at the Nelson, Kawsmouth Explores Swope Park, Sexy Veggies, and First Friday
The Nelson, Swope Park, Julie’s Kitchen, and First Friday. My weekly roundup of stuff worth sharing, for the week ending January 4th, 2014.