Botanical lover finds her happy place in an older house.
Landmark hotel is back in business in a big way. Check your pretentiousness at the door; this experience is classically cool.
Orchids can be intimidating but they have the same requirements as other things you grow in your home.
Diane Hayes has filled her home with things that she has made or assembled. Most have come from Goodwill, thrift shops and estate sales.
We set out to do a story on orchids and found a connection to the past.
When the pancake craving hits, try a Dutch Baby for something new.
Couple looked past all the orange and are now enjoying their property in all of its glory.
Karin Moyer will leave most of her hostas behind when she moves on to Iowa or Florida.
“It’s perfect for multigenerational living,’’ Lorrie Williams said. The two couples can have complete privacy when they want or can easily see…
Well-maintained midtown Omaha homes with the pedigree of McDonald are in high demand. "It’s the craftsmanship. Nobody builds a house like that…
Renovations took nearly a year, but after living there for several months, they remain satisfied with the whole-house transformation. “It’s li…
People who were never before interested in greenery in their home have jumped on the bandwagon.
The original owners of this unusual dwelling broke ground in 1993 and spent 20 years moving it toward completion.
Megan Hepburn and Pat Mcilvain decided to take a chance on a house in the Bemis Park neighborhood. A great price and proximity to the Intersta…
A couple's remodeling project took on a new dimension as a play village began to be imagined. The village includes a schoolhouse, veterinary c…
Many companies specialize in helping people with older homes that need more work.
For Mark TeVogt, decorating for the holidays is an ode to "wonderful times" with his mom and dad.
The main living area had a magical winter feel. “It was very white and glitzy,” the designer says.
Although the 85-pound tortoise thinks he's a dog, he enjoys his fruits and vegetables.
With its blue paint and wood shutters, the Butlers' home stands out on their street between Dundee and Benson.
Stacy Worlie painted her countertops a year ago and says they’ve held up well. She has only had to do a few touchups.