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Real estate tech is bouncing back from its pandemic slump

The pandemic had a tumultuous effect on the real estate industry. On the one hand, offices stood empty, hotel occupancy rates plummeted and construction was halted for many months. At…

Pandemic, lockdown result in changing spaces, attitudes

In talking with designers and gardeners about what’s trending in 2021, it became clear that an overall shift has occurred in the ways in which people are using their space.…

COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact local home improvement projects

If you have a home improvement project you’ve been thinking about, you need to be patient and if it’s a small repair, you might even want to consider putting it…

How the pandemic has changed home design, according to 3 designers

There’s no question about it, the pandemic has changed how we live — especially when it comes to our homes. As we found ourselves spending a lot more time in…

Pandemic motivates change in design habits

For over a year, coronavirus has forced many people to develop new behavior patterns in all facets of their lives. Months of quarantining gave people a chance to really look…

‘Cloffices,’ Sweat Rooms, and DIY Determination: 11 Ways the Pandemic Changed Our Lives at Home Forever

Over the past year-plus of the COVID-19 pandemic, homes were the one constant. It’s where people hunkered down, faced massive upheavals to their routines, and adjusted to accommodate several new…

Pandemic creates demand for home improvements, drives up material prices

Jennifer Rodgers has always dreamed of building a new home. She lived in Copley for some 20 years and sold her home in September to temporarily move in with her…

Wayne County Home & Garden show provides pandemic reprieve

For Nichole Peterman, the pandemic put a damper on her recent move to Holmes County. She couldn’t remodel and decorate her newly bought house as she wanted. Now, with the…