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Icelandic horses, rams, reindeer and other natural icons of the landscape are brought to life by Lagdur in visually powerful photoprinted pillows.

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    Icelandic design branches out

    Being a small, sparsely populated island nudged up against the edge of the Arctic Circle hasn’t stopped Iceland from nurturing a rich and varied design industry.

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Built-in seating in a garden in Richmond, Virginia, designed by landscape architect Meg Turner, echoes the stonework in the home.

    Home and Garden

    Landscaping: Feeling the music of a well-designed garden

    In a well-designed garden, you can feel the music.

  • Washington Report

    The red flags bankers see

    A new survey offers buyers a rare peek inside the heads of credit-risk managers at financial institutions.

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Louvred shutters, which originally had movable slats, allowed air to circulate in the home. They are very popular in American architecture.

    Open and shut case

    How to choose and hang shutters

    Although glass and screens have eliminated the practical need for shutters, they’re still popular for decoration. “They add another layer of thoughtful detailing to a house,” says Ted Cleary, a landscape architect in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Using a 5-gallon bucket to mix your cans of paint allow you to get an even tone.

    The ABCs of house painting

    Painting is one of the easiest way to transform the look of your home, and yet, often, we’re just not good at it. We think we can do a room in a day, the whole house in a weekend.

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The Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles penthouse of the late lyricist Hal David is listed at $5.15 million.

    Hot Property: Los Angeles

    Melanie Brown spices up the neighborhood

    Melanie Brown — also known as Mel B or Scary Spice from her days with the British pop group Spice Girls — and her husband, producer Stephen Belafonte, have bought a house in Hollywood Hills West for $4.34 million, public records show.

  • Condo Line

    Confusion over reserve funds and insurance deductibles

    Q: Our condominium has a line item in the budget for an insurance deductible of $5,000. Our actual deductible is $112,000 per building, and we have three buildings. Each year the amount is rolled over to the general fund as surplus because it has not been needed for several years.

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