LA Times House and Home Round-up: 2/24/06

LA Times House and Home Round-up: 2/24/06

Feb 24, 2006

Hedges without Edges: "A hedge allows homeowners to soften the transition to the street or blot out an eyesore..." Great new way people are looking at how they hedge their home.

The Zagats of home improvement:Angie's List, which debuted in Los Angeles last fall uses satisfied customers as it's reviewers.

Dark whimsy, bright roost: Cold War-era kitsch and 19th century European oddities... taxidermy as decor? Bold for sure!

The doghouse? Hey, it's not so bad: As dogs spend more time inside, owners are building thier dream homes to accomodate man's best friend.

The Scout:
New ground for plant lovers: Rolling Greens, a stunning nursery in Culver City is now open to all.
Moose is making headway: The moose, the largest, moodiest member of the deer family, is lumbering onto center stage via their stylish webbed antlers. Moose is the new deer.
Recycling with style: Turning common beer and wine bottles into colorful collectibles at Fitsu.

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