Make your home more bearable with these 5 tips from interior design maven Kelly Wearstler. Courtesy of Fast Company - Elizabeth Segran. This spring, the concept of home is going to take on a new meaning. Experts say we’re likely to be confined to our homes for at least a few months in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus. For many of us, this reality is just beginning to sink in. We’re not going out to restaurants and bars, so our eating and drinking will be happening
Spring is a hectic time for gardeners, but planting a spring vegetable garden will pay off big dividends. Freshly picked vegetables are never more welcome than after a long gray winter. Spring temperatures are a bit too chilly, and the ground is still too damp for many vegetables to be planted, but there are a handful of hardy performers that can go in the garden, even before the last frost date has passed. As a bonus, there are fewer insects and disease pests around in early
Rave design+build is closely following the guidelines and recommendations for steps to be taken to help prevent the spread of the virus. We want to keep you, your family, and our team safe while completing your projects. It’s very important for you to communicate with us now if you’re uncomfortable with us working in and around your home. We are happy to work with you and your schedule. The Rave office can be reached at 804-824-2368 with any questions. The office is open Mond
Clean Gloucester Day happens county-wide! Pick your own group and location, or join an organized group cleanup at a park. Gloucester Clean Community will equip you with bags, grabbers, and other supplies. Just fill out the online registration form!