A COUNTRY CASTLE REDUX
Built in 1988, Easter-egg pastels and Laura Ashley wallpaper were the perfect finishes for a grand midwestern manor on the scale of an English country castle. Despite the dated decor, Mark Huffman (of Huffman & Huffman Interior Architectural Design & Decoration) and his sophisticated clients developed a plan for bringing the classic Georgian into modern perspective before the ink was dry on the purchase.
With a vision for making it what it should have been in the first place, Huffman and team set to work retooling the footprint of the home by removing walls to create a consistency in proportion and to enhance the livability for an active family who often entertains. Once a relatively blank slate was achieved, each room was meticulously... continue reading
A few weeks ago I visited The Barnes in Philadelphia for the first time, and it reminded me to give this book a second read. Written by my good friend and retired FBI agent, Bob Wittman, "Priceless" is a captivating collection of stories about his adventures in recovering some of the most important art and artifacts of our time.
For that last taste of summer theatre, check out Actors' Theatre of Columbus and their performances focused on the theme "Changes".
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A social enterprise restaurant, employing females who have phased out of foster care, What the Waffle takes breakfast sandwiches to the next level. Find these tasty treats downtown in the King-Lincoln District.