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Liven up 2019 With Pantone Color of the Year Living Coral

We’ve done, it folks! January is almost over, which means that we’ve reached the point where our resolutions are either well on their way to good habits or we’ve given up entirely and can now focus on something a lot more fun: looking ahead to spring and all the fun colors that season comes with. […]

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8 Gorgeous Flower Options to Breathe Life Into Your Winter

Winter is coming and with it, a lack of color! But just because all those winter conditions bringing blankets of snow cover so much of the color that breathes life into our daily doings, doesn’t mean we can’t add in some cool hues of our own to have our homes looking spring- and summer-like all […]

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All the Best Fall Flowers for Your Home and Garden

Spring and summer aren’t the only seasons with pretty flowers! Though the leaves are changing color and the temperatures are perfect for that sweater weather, autumn brings its own set of incredible, vibrant blossoms to brighten up your world.

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7 of the Most Beautiful Flower Festivals in North America

One of the surefire signs that spring has sprung is the new life that blossoms in the garden. As early as the month of April, flowers of all varieties start to bloom, providing a good excuse for spending your afternoons frolicking in floral fields of vibrant colors and sweet fragrances. North America’s abundance of flower […]

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How to Use Edible Flowers and Brighten up Your Meals

It’s pretty rare that flowers are seen as more than beautiful objects or as decorations to keep around the house. They completely surround us inside and outside and yet little more is done with them other than staring at and, maybe, sniffing them. It might be time to change that though because flowers can be […]

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Guest Writer, Kate Stoltzfus: How a Quest for Color Can Change Your Perspective

Today The Hudsucker welcomes the multi-talented Kate Stoltzfus—digital strategist, blogger and host of CreativeMornings/Pittsburgh. The outgoing and congenial Pittsburgh inhabitant is also the creative mind behind Yinzpiration, and co-pilot of Propelle.

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The More You Know: Red Roses

University student and perpetual procrastinator, Elizabeth Rosalyn has chosen to put her Google/Wikipedia researching skills to good use by sharing her findings on random topics in her next installment of “The More You Know”. This month, she investigates why roses are considered the flower of love. When it comes to love, nothing symbolizes romance as […]

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