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Low Budget Ideas, High Style Look

Monday, 03 April 2017

Below are just a couple of ideas from this great article! These are low cost ideas that help to make your rental home look more put together! To check out all the genius ideas please visit:


#1. Give your air grille a luxury makeover.






#2. Clever idea to hide wire clutter in a shower curtain rod.



#3. Use simple brass hardware or string pearls as curtain tie-backs.



#4. Spice a window up a bit with metal framing and brackets.



#5. This extra large monogram planter will add some beautiful color to your front walkway!





Fun things to Do in Greensboro

Friday, 31 March 2017

Are you new to the Greensboro area? Or just haven't spent much time exploring? Check out these Southern Living magazine suggestions on what to do in the Gate City! To see the full list of suggestions, check out the full article at:

International Civil Rights Center & Museum
More than 50 years ago, four African-American students from North Carolina A&T State University took a stand for equality by taking seats at the segregated whites-only lunch counter in the downtown F.W. Woolworth department store. Today, their legacy is honored as the same building presents guest speakers, interactive exhibits, rare photos, and the carefully restored lunch counter. $10 adults, $6 ages 6-12. 134 South Elm Street; or 336/274-9199

Green Hill Center for NC Art 
Located at the Greensboro Cultural Center, Green Hill highlights the state's artists with exhibits of their paintings and multimedia creations. This summer (June 29-August 26), the exhibit "By Example: NC Potters and Their Mentors" will feature works by 20 up-and-coming ceramic artists. You can also see kids and families showing off their talents at ArtQuest, the center's hands-on studio. 200 North Davie Street; or 336/333-7460

Festival Park and Center City Park
These grassy getaways become hubs of activity when the weather turns warm. Every Thursday (May through June) at 5:30 p.m., Festival Park attracts dancing crowds during the BB&T Beach Music in Park concert series. This month features two groups of Carolina beach-music masters: The Craig Woolard Band and Eric & The Chill Tones. Tickets $7; And both parks, along with much of downtown's Cultural District, fill with patriotic revelers celebrating the country's independence during the annual Fun Fourth Festival (June 30-July 6).

Newbridge Bank Park 
The ball-and-bat dog, "Miss Babe Ruth," routinely steals the show during Greensboro Grasshoppers minor league baseball games by trotting onto the field to retrieve discarded bats and bring fresh balls. This month, the team takes on the Lexington Legends, Charleston RiverDogs, and Hickory Crawdads at home. General admission tickets are $6-$7. 408 Bellemeade Street; or 336/268-2255

Where To Eat in Greensboro
The Corner Slice at Fisher Park 
This gas station-turned-pizzeria in the Fisher Park neighborhood serves pizza by the slice or pie. Try the South Park pizza ($9 for a 10-inch pie, $12 for a 16-inch pie) with ham, pineapple, and the restaurant's special blend of cheeses. 600 North Elm Street; or 336/333-3077


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