Less Routine, More Life

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Getaway Color Ways: Spring has Sprung at Chimney Rock

This Saturday, the annual Spring Wildflower Walk will be taking place at Chimney Rock. The hike, which is guided by a park naturalist, will showcase blooming beauties like trillium, mountain laurel, flame azaleas and more unique species. Chimney Rock is located in the Hickory Nut Gorge area, … [Read more...]

Bronze Antique Mirror: 3 Ways

Antique mirror is one of the hardest surfacing materials to photograph. A mere photo doesn't do it justice, and I assure you that isn't hyperbole. To be able to see the pattern in a real-world representation, you have to adjust the focus so tightly, that the "mirror" aspect of it becomes lost. To be … [Read more...]

They Always Smile

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Getaway Color Ways: Tryon Palace

Visiting Tryon Palace, located along our coast in the town of New Bern, is like stepping back in time. Tryon, built back in the 1700’s, was the royal governor’s home in the Province of North Carolina. The palace was named after William Tryon, North Carolina’s colonial governor during that time, and … [Read more...]

Colorful Glass Shower Walls

Backpainted glass is a sensible choice for shower walls; and not just because you can make it any beautiful, luminous color you want. It's smart because it reduces grout and joint lines and it can easily be squeegeed clean. But don't just take our word for it. Take a look at some shower wall … [Read more...]

Fireworks of the Soul

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Getaway Color Ways: Tweetsie Railroad

Next week, Tweetsie Railroad will open for the 2016 season. Tweetsie, located between Boone and Blowing Rock, is a popular wild west theme park that has everything from train rides to an animal park. I’ve mentioned before, in posts about The Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, that train rides are a … [Read more...]

How to Begin Each Day

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Custom Markerboards For Information Clarity

When Carolinas ONE Medical Center came to us for some Dreamwalls Color Glass Markerboards, we were excited and they were excited. Previously, they were using traditional dry erase boards, taping them off with drafting tape, and using stickers printed off on a laser printer. It was a very labor … [Read more...]