When Tina Grose and her family moved into a new, “forever” home last year, it was a bittersweet transition. Leaving behind festive memories of a big porch full of Christmas cheer and family gathered round is never easy, but Tina was determined to make her new home just as cozy.
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A Gingerbread Cottage for Two
A Wisconsin couple use vintage-style lighting for kitschy Christmas charm
A Big Backyard for the Little House on Chestnut
A do-it-yourself dream comes true.
A Kit House for Keeps
A Sears Kit Home gets a new lease on life
Vintage Christmas at Your Fingertips
Take a peek at three women-owned shops that love vintage wares both old and new.
Granny Chic Galore!
A homeowner’s holiday décor is an homage to Christmas at her grandma’s house.
How to create unique and eye-catching displays of your most cherished pieces.
A Homemade CHRISTMAS
A designer and seller of vintage pieces brings historicity to her home through Old World design and holiday décor sourced from flea markets and thrift shops.
ILLUMINATING the Past
Tru-Tone Bulbs captures nostalgia with modern Christmas lights.
CHRISTMAS with a Dash of Retro
JESSICA RICHTER, THE OWNER OF A DÉCOR POP-UP SHOP CALLED AT HOME WITH JESSI DEE, WAS BORN AND BRED TO BE A FLEA-MARKET SHOPPER.
Yes, Virginia, Mrs. Santa Claus Is Real
A St. Louis collector shares her incredible passion for vintage Christmas.
Adrienne Warren Stands Up
She opened in Tina so badly hurt she could barely walk. Then came another mountain to climb.
The grandma gamers of the GRAND DAMES
TINA'S SAD GOODBYE
What’s love got to do with it? Everything, when it comes to Tina Turner’s new HBO doc, Tina.
E9 Chief Diversity Officers Are in High Demand
In the three months after the police killing of George Floyd touched off mass protests, new hires for chief diversity officers in S&P 500 companies jumped to as many as a dozen a month— almost triple the normal rate, according to research from executive recruiter Russell Reynolds Associates Inc. For many, it was their first diversity executive. “What’s different this time is that the whole world is focused on it,” says Tina Shah Paikeday, who leads the diversity and inclusion advisory practice at Russell Reynolds.
Whether satisfying hunger or providing work experience, Special Kneads is making Shawnee stronger.
Living Her Life Like It's Golden
The luminous Tichina Arnold brings laughter and love to The Neighborhood.
CRUISE THE WORLD... WITHOUT A BOAT
ELAINE BUNTING GETS TIPS FROM CREW ON HOW TO HITCH-HIKE YOUR WAY AROUND THE OCEANS, AND FROM SKIPPERS ON HOW TO TAKE ON EXTRA HANDS
From the ASHES
Three months after renovating their Myers Park craftsman, an electrical fire forced a family to strip their home down to the studs and rebuild
The Future of DTC Is…Boring?
Brandless was a hot company with a bad business model, like many of its direct-to-consumer peers. Now it’s back as a quieter company focused on slower growth. Is this what DTC needs?
Kids can serve their world
Shaun McKinley International Children’s Ministries Director CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES