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Catholic Charities opens retail furniture store
Feb. 21, 2014 in Business on Page A5 Catholic Charities Spokane’s first retail store, Furnishings for Hope, is open in one of north Spokane’s landmark structures, the historic Boulevard Building on North Monroe Street. If what matters is … 24
Thieves make off with history
Jan. 5, 2013 in City on Page B1 A big slice of a family’s heritage is missing after thieves snatched a set of wood furniture handcrafted from the remnants of a 100-year-old Montana barn. Kari Glessner checked on … 13
The Verve: Making art creation his craft
Nov. 22, 2012 in Washington Voices on Page S4 In a garage in Medical Lake, machinery and tools have taken over. There is a planer – a woodworking machine for making boards of equal thickness – table and miter …
Pollution can sneak into your home in variety of ways
July 18, 2011 in Features on Page C7 We bring dangerous chemicals into our homes every day. It could be from our shoes, new furniture, or even our vinyl shower curtain. Here are my Top Five ways chemicals …
‘Secretary’ Good For Writing, Displaying Favorite Objects
Nov. 23, 1995 on Page E4 The popular style of the “Secretary” dates from the 19th century.
Morbid Curiosity Used Coffin Brings Teens’ Living Room To Life
Oct. 19, 1995 in Nation/World on Page A1 Holiday decor. Breeanna Jones, Andrea Mallmann and Chandra McIntyre bought a “slightly used” coffin to use as a coffee table. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review
Hanging Loveseat Full Of Country Charm
June 9, 1995 on Page D3 This loveseat provides a comfortable place to relax after a busy day.
A Bed, A Bed, My Kingdom For A Bed Get The Royal Treatment With Luxurious Linens
Jan. 20, 1995 on Page D1 Beds are becoming more luxurious to climb into. No matter what bed design you choose, the bedding - pillows, sheets, comforters, quilts - is what gives your bed character.
The Big Screen It May Be A Small World, After All, But The Television Screens In American Homes Are Getting Bigger All The Time
Jan. 8, 1995 in Features on Page F8 Television’s vast influence over American life continues to expand in ways better understood by salespeople than by scholars. The boom in extra-large-screen televisions and “home theaters” shows no sign of …
Tips For Making Your Home Office Cozy
Jan. 6, 1995 on Page D5 Warming a home office isn’t simply a matter of furnishing with wood. The same touches that create a coziness at home apply. Here are some ways to make your office …