October 30, 2007 in Home

Inside this week’s issue

The Spokesman-Review
 

Admiring from a distance

A casual peek into a neighbor’s home can often inspire a decorating idea.

Page 3

Beauty goes a long way

At 60-plus years old, Roseville vase proves to be a valuable collectible.

Page 5

New generation of cooks

Foodies are upgrading their kitchens, which is good news for restaurant supply houses.

Page 6

Room for holiday cheer

Child’s toy chest and bench is easy to build and makes a great storage area.

Page 7

Halloween is serious business

Spokane man makes the most of his pumpkin-carving talent.

Page 8

Enjoy the last blooms

It’s nearly time to winterize the rose beds, so admire the beauty while you can.

Page 10

Hold off on the pruning

If a young shrub is blocking your view, it’s best to postpone trimming until spring.

Page 11

Feed at your own risk

If you plan to leave food for wildlife, make sure you understand the consequences.

Page 14

Mark your calendars

Check our comprehensive lists for holiday bazaars, home and garden.

Pages 15, 16

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