Living Better Blog

Partner Post: Wood Flooring Trends to Watch for in 2017

Posted by Denver Carpet and Flooring on Mar 9, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Wood has long been a favorite flooring style for discerning homeowners because it’s a classic option that offers both beauty and functionality. It is tough, durable and can elevate the look of any space. And with proper care and maintenance, wood flooring can last a lifetime.

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Partner Post: Refresh Your Décor with Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2017

Posted by Denver Carpet and Flooring on Feb 23, 2017 8:00:00 AM

As we’re settling into 2017, Pantone has bestowed upon us its color for the year. It’s an eye-catching color that the Pantone team described as a calming, fresh, revitalizing shade – greenery. And if you’re looking for a shade to refresh your home décor, look no further.

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Partner Post: Share Your Valentine’s Day Love with Non-traditional Plants

Posted by Costa Farms on Feb 10, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Living plants provide a welcome breath of fresh air on Valentine’s Day, a moment in the dead of winter when we simultaneously stop to celebrate our loved ones as we start to suffer from cabin fever. While a dozen red roses is a classic floral gift to say “I Love You,” there are other options that stay alive longer – and get better with time.

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Partner Post: Hard to Kill Houseplants that Add Green to Any Space

Posted by Costa Farms on Jan 27, 2017 3:47:44 PM

Live plants easily transform your home or office into a welcoming space alive with natural beauty. If you fear your thumb isn’t green enough to enjoy happy plants, I have some good news: It doesn’t take superhuman powers to keep indoor greenery thriving.

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Partner Post: 8 Tips to Host the Best Thanksgiving Ever—Outside

Posted by domino-Content Partner on Nov 17, 2016 10:02:00 AM

This article was republished with permission from

With October behind us, it’s time to look forward to the holidays. This year, do something a bit unexpected—take your feast outside. It’s totally doable for those who live in warmer climates. And even on the East Coast, it’s sometimes unseasonably warm in November.

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