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Enjoy the full bloom of one of the oldest plants in Springfield with a summertime walk.
A local wedding venue is home to an Airbnb that’s as trendy as it is unorthodox: a repurposed shipping container with serious flair.
A showcase of southwest Missouri interior designers' most impressive work including kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms and more.
Schaffitzel’s Flowers has been a mainstay of Springfield’s gardening world for generations.
Springfield native and artist Madeline Brice (@madelinebrice.art) shares her work—much of it deeply personal and all of it beautiful—on...
Inspiration is everywhere, and when making a room look picture perfect, local designers know where to turn for a burst of creativity, even...
In designing her new kitchen, Michelle Clifton used rustic themes to incorporate relics and reminders of her heritage.
Heather Wilson reflects on leaving and returning to her hometown and experiencing the beauty and hardship of life while away.
Lotta Werner celebrates her culture every summer with a Midsommarafton celebration.
Denise Wright with DKW Designs turns an outdated, crowded bathroom into a place of peace.
Take advantage of open space and level up your home’s exterior with natural sunlight filtered through big old trees.
As curator of art for Springfield Art Museum, Sarah Buhr is responsible for several exhibits in different stages of development at any...
Home designer Misty Reynolds has been decorating the bedroom of her 11-year-old daughter for six months with one goal–to create a princess...
Christa Schmitz Tiggemann and Sara Schmitz Olson, of Springfield-based Chrisara Designs, threw an end-of-summer party with their...
Tomatoes are versatile, delicious and readily available in 417-land. A local expert shares how to find the cream of the heirloom crop.
Try something new for dinner with these vegetarian friendly recipes from Cory Egan of Baker Creek Restaurant.
Natural beads, light wood, soft ceramics and shells create a Palm Springs–inspired space.
Potters clay, burnt orange, copper, bronze—no matter what you call it, shades reminiscent of terra cotta add depth to your space.
A design-minded local recommends bringing style to your life with locally made ceramics.
A local company creates eco-friendly plates and cutlery that are not only biodegradable, but also attractive.
Artist Hannah Bunch’s acrylic and watercolor series Submerge showcases her deep connections with water.
Chelsay Russell of Little Weave Bird created her first wall hanging as a DIY project. Now, she sells locally handmade weavings online.