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Splash of Grass

Written by Lynn Pitts

Have you felt it yet; those first shivers of fall weather in the air? I have. While I'm not quite ready to unpack the winter woollies from mothballs, my garden seems to notice the almost mysterious changing of the season...

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Let the Stars Decide

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

There are many schools of thought when it comes to decorating one’s home. You can go eclectic or classic or Victorian…or even zodiac. Zodiac? Yep, there’s a way to capture the characteristics of your astrological sign and implement them in the design of your home...

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Q & A with Mrs. P

Written by Lynn Pitts

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More than any time of the year, I think August and September are my favorite months. Why, you may ask, are you nuts?

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Shhh...Did You Hear That?

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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As children, we were all at least a little afraid of the closet monster, the troll living under the bed, and those unexplained things that go bump in the night.

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Shopping for a Home?

Written by Jessica Shillings

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Are you thinking about buying a home while the market is in your favor? You’re not alone. Interest rates and sale prices remain at their lowest level in decades, providing home-buyers in a variety of circumstances with a unique opportunity to enter, downscale, or re-enter the market...

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Let's Go Tropical

Written by Lynn Pitts

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Garden trends come and go, especially in our central valley, where we haven’t yet settled on an iconic style (Spanish or Asian or English Cottage) and perhaps never will. With our enviable climate and diverse community, Bakersfield gardeners have been exposed to influences from around the world.

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No Girls Allowed!

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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Ah, the man cave—the adult (and much more sophisticated) version of the familiar “no girls allowed” clubhouse. A place where a dude can just be a dude which features some of the best aspects of manhood.

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A Bite of Heaven

Written by Lynn Pitts

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They look good, smell good, feel good, and taste good. As with the growth of edible gardening, the popularity of herbs is multi-pronged. An interest in cooking, fed by Food Network TV and the farm-to-table movement, has helped to drive the market’s growth...

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It’s A Balancing Act

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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With a few exceptions, the phrase “less is more” can be applied to most situations (dessert being an exception).

It’s certainly true when it comes to decorating a home, and not just when you’re trying the whole “zen” approach. Balance is what you should be aiming for—and you do that with less, not more.

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Monet Loved Them

Written by Lynn Pitts

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Classic beauty: the incredible, edible nasturtium

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