• The 10 Most Popular Bedrooms So Far in 2024

    The 10 Most Popular Bedrooms So Far in 2024

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    This Trending Now story features the most-saved bedroom photos uploaded to Houzz between Dec. 15, 2023, and March 15, 2024. A calm and serene bedroom is the goal of many homeowners. Whether you favor layers of light neutrals or dark and moody tones, you’ll find plenty of inspiring ideas for creating a restful retreat in…

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  • An Epic PNW Coastal Patio Reveal (With Insane Architecture By ARCIFORM)

    An Epic PNW Coastal Patio Reveal (With Insane Architecture By ARCIFORM)

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    Welcome to a dream outdoor patio situation that I had the honor to style and shoot a few weeks ago. If you think you recognize this it’s because it’s the outdoor space of the Bay House, built by the owners of ARCIFORM and Versatile Wood Products (Anne and Richard, respectively) and we showed a sneak…

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  • How to Deep Clean a Bathroom

    How to Deep Clean a Bathroom

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    We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. You most likely have a regular cleaning routine when it comes to your bathroom, but if you’re anything like me, when you’re faced with something that requires even more…

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  • Cypress West, TPG Angelo Gordon Form $300M JV

    Cypress West, TPG Angelo Gordon Form $300M JV

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    In March, Cypress West and TPG Angelo Gordon purchased an 85,000-square-foot medical office building at 9377 E. Bell Road in Scottsdale, Ariz. Image courtesy of courtesy of CBRE Investment Banking. Cypress West Partners and TPG Angelo Gordon are expanding their health-care real estate holdings through a programmatic joint venture aimed at acquiring as much as…

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  • L.A. renters struggling and feeling pessimistic, survey finds

    L.A. renters struggling and feeling pessimistic, survey finds

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    Nearly 4 in 10 renters in Los Angeles County have worried about losing their homes and becoming homeless in the last few years, according to the results of a new survey from UCLA. A similar share have worried that they or their family would go hungry because they cannot afford the cost of food. The…

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  • Regional bank failures may be ahead, Former FDIC head Bair warns

    Regional bank failures may be ahead, Former FDIC head Bair warns

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    Regional bank earnings may expose critical weaknesses, according to Sheila Bair, former chair of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Their quarterly numbers begin hitting Wall Street this week. “I’m worried about a handful of them,” Bair told CNBC’s “Fast Money” on Tuesday. “I think some of them are still overly reliant on industry deposits,…

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  • $1.4 Million Homes in North Carolina, Idaho and Connecticut

    $1.4 Million Homes in North Carolina, Idaho and Connecticut

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    Biltmore Forest, N.C. | $1.4 Million A 1927 Tudor Revival cottage with one bedroom and two bathrooms, on a 0.3-acre lot This house is known as the Silversmith Cottage, a reference to the architect and silversmith who designed and once owned it: William Waldo Dodge, who worked extensively in Asheville in the 1920s and 1930s,…

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  • Danish-Style Storybook Home Hits the Market in Central California for $2.1M

    Danish-Style Storybook Home Hits the Market in Central California for $2.1M

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    Tucked into California’s Santa Ynez Valley, the quaint town of Solvang is known for its windmill, bakeries offering Danish delicacies, and its Danish-style architecture. And now you can buy this five-bedroom, three-bath house built by one of the town’s architects. It’s a rare find in this town of roughly 6,000 people. “There are probably only…

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  • Sober Travelers Find Something to Savor in Wine Country

    Sober Travelers Find Something to Savor in Wine Country

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    At Cyrus, a Michelin-starred fine dining destination in Geyserville, Calif., the answer is a resounding yes. Sonoma County, double the size of neighboring Napa, made conscious decisions to protect and diversify its land use, ensuring grapes as well as agricultural crops were grown. Douglas Keane, Cyrus’s owner and chef, highlights the local harvest by working…

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  • Inflation in U.K. Slows to 3.2%, Lowest in More Than 2 Years

    Inflation in U.K. Slows to 3.2%, Lowest in More Than 2 Years

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    Consumer prices in Britain rose at the slowest rate in two and a half years, the country’s Office for National Statistics reported on Wednesday. Inflation was 3.2 percent in the year through March, down from 3.4 percent in February but a touch higher than the 3.1 percent economists expected, a sign that the path to…

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