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Pottery Barn Series Features DIY Home Improvement


Pottery Barn Series Features DIY Home Improvement

Pottery Barn Series Features DIY Home Improvement
News from Patch.com:

It’s spring. Flowers are blooming and parties are being planned. Budding flowers and warmer weather usher in the perfect time for home entertaining. Perhaps second only to the holiday season, this time of year features many festive occasions, including bridal showers, Easter brunch, Passover, graduations and spring galas.

Often people want to host parties, but the anxiety caused by the need to get it right makes some put off entertaining altogether. Have no fear. If you have extra time on the weekend, Pottery Barn in the Market Common Clarendon wants to help you unleash your inner Martha Stewart.

The store is hosting a summer open house from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday. It will be an informal guide to creating tablescapes and summer party ideas. 

The event coincides with a marketing campaign aimed at linking products to the do-it-yourself, or DIY, trend in home improvement. Pottery Barn calls it “How To”. Similar to the paint-by-number approach to art, the How To program gives customers a step-by-step guide to home entertaining, from invitations to meal preparation.

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Pitch in and tackle do-it-together home improvement projects
News from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

(ARA) – Why do-it-yourself (DIY) when you can do-it-together? Now DIYers are teaming up with friends, families or companies to tackle home improvement and spring-cleaning projects.

“Tackling home improvement or maintenance projects is a great way to work together with others in your community to accomplish more in less time,” says Kathy Krafka Harkema, spokesperson for Pella Windows and Doors.

How about tackling a do-it-together project like tree-trimming, landscaping or gardening projects to help spruce up the neighborhood? Share tools and labor with friends to clean up the backyard, build a deck or patio, or paint outdoor areas. Get the kids involved in chores like planting trees, spreading mulch or washing decks, patio furniture or your windows. Join together to get all the windows in the neighborhood sparkly clean.

About 69 percent of men and 74 percent of women are likely to clean and wash their windows during spring cleaning, according to the 2011 National Spring Cleaning Survey by the American Cleaning Institute. But many are unsure of how to do it.

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