Spring, a time of gratitude. A reminder of the creative works and resources available to plant gardens, envision new growth and the gifts of wooded trails, and the happy tulips that greet us as a reminder of what is to come.
Once such reminder is the architure brought to WI and beyond.
For example, Frank Lloyd Wright built the Prairie-inspired home on his sprawling, 800-acre agricultural estate in the hills of the Wisconsin River valley where his Welsh grandparents homesteaded the land. In this expansive laboratory for his organic architecture, the Taliesin home is a study in wood and stone that opens to the outdoors with Wright’s signature designs.www.franklloydwright.org
Photography Frank Lloyd Wright Spring Green, Wisconsin
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Winter Solstice: A New Release 2019
An English solarium, the Greenhouse now serves as an idyllic space to enjoy a respite and spot of tea. #DestinationKohler Photography by Kohler. https://www.travelwisconsin.com/places-to-stay/cabins-cottages
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INTERVIEW: Property Brothers
“When a family buys a house, they know when it’s the right one—the fixer upper where they can spend all their time and grow old together,” said Drew. “But, before they know it, years go by and the house hasn’t changed.”
“Renovations cost more than owners imagine, so their ‘diamond in the rough’ stays rough for years,” notes Jonathan. “That’s why we’re here—to help families unlock the dreams in their uninspiring houses.”
The latest title in the power twins’ HGTV arsenal, seek couples who are settled in their home but need the brothers’ expertise to make it perfect, thus qualifying for a complete makeover. These new clients aren’t looking to flip their property for profit, because they know this place is “the one” where they can put down roots and happily spend their lives. To unlock a home’s full potential, Jonathan and Drew will focus on overhauling the house to suit the families’ needs and wishes.
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