Today we got our first real snow up here in the frozen north, and waking up to all that white powder (and a home that’s a few degrees colder than I might like) got me to thinking about ways to keep warm this winter. I’ve already raided my spiced tea stash and fought the cat for a fuzzy blanket, but I’ve also come up with a few home improvements to help beat the cold that don̵
It’s that time of year again, folks. There’s a chill in the air, and at least in my part of the country we’ve started stealing glances at the thermostat. We’re headed straight into the season of pumpkin pies and tossing logs on the fire. But what if you don’t have a fireplace at all? It’s not exactly the kind of thing you can decide to add on to your home on a w
Growing up, I remember spending long evenings in the winter camped out around the fireplace at my grandparents house. I’d spend hours curled up by the fire reading, soaking in the heat and just enjoying watching the dancing of flames. But if you don’t already have a fireplace, installing one is all but impossible – at least a traditional one. If you love the look of natural fire,
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