The 7 Gardening Must-Dos for 2019

by Katie Kuchta on February 27, 2019

With spring upon us, no matter what you want to do in the garden this year–upgrading the design or creating a vast vegetable garden to feed a community–this year is destined to be yours. Consider...

Architect & Interior Designer Lynn Peters Opens the Doors to Her Beachfront Oasis

by Lisa Davis on February 25, 2019

“The Gulf views and beachfront property were all I needed to see to know Cinnamon Shore was where we would build our family’s seaside oasis.” In 2015, Lynn Peters began searching for a family vacation...

7 Easy Tips to Healthy Houseplants When You Lack Green Thumbs

by Melinda Myers on February 18, 2019

Lift your spirits and improve your indoor environment by taking part in the indoor gardening movement. An apartment or home filled with tropical, succulent and flowering plants will provide beauty, extend your garden season, improve...

Dahlias Bring Diverse Shapes, Sizes, Colors to a Garden

by Melinda Myers on January 17, 2019

Dahlias have been a fixture in summer flower gardens for generations, but it may be time to rethink the various ways they can be incorporated in any floral arrangement! With hundreds of varieties to choose...

Happy New Interior! 4 Easy Design Tips to Kick-Start Your 2019

by Leah O'Neill on December 27, 2018

A home should be all about the people living in it. When I’m creating a space I want to know everything about the people— their style, preferences, and how they live their life so I...

12 Hot Houston Shops For the Holidays & Beyond

by Emily Bond on November 30, 2018

Houston’s a shopper’s paradise. Narrowing down the best stores this holiday season is no small feat, but we’ve rounded up local shops for everyone on your list. The holidays are coming and thankfully, Houston is...

The 10 Best Vegetables and Fruits to Grow this Fall in Texas

by Katie Kuchta on October 4, 2018

Do you have a garden you’ve been cultivating for years? Or are you just getting started in fruit and vegetable gardening? Maybe your new home has a garden that has motivated you to enjoying the...

Five Minutes With the Sweet Life’s Vianney Rodriguez

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 27, 2018

Vianney Rodriguez is a two-time author and recipe developer for the Sweet Life. A South Texas native, she grew up believing that food connects people and has set out to do just that through the...

7 Tips For Incorporating Wild Flowers into Your Landscaping

by Katie Kuchta on September 24, 2018

Now the cooler weather is here, if you’re looking for a way to revamp your backyard landscape and add a touch of natural flair to your lawn, consider planting wildflowers as you would see them...