New Mexico Inspirations

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When you read this, I will be arriving in New Mexico for my first trip there. Here are some of the artworks, interiors, scenery and flavors I’m looking forward to seeing in the Land of Enchantment in a new Pinterest Board. I have always wanted to visit Santa Fe and took the opportunity to add on a few days there to my Bataan Memorial Death March endurance event.

New Mexico? Arizona?…Maybe Texas?

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The two top states that I would love to move to are New Mexico and Arizona because I don’t want to have to deal with snow anymore when I retire. My ideal place is mostly warm all year round, has older homes, a great New Age community, and has a large community of people and services that caters to my vegan/vegetarian lifestyle. The post New Mexico? I have been thinking a lot about moving.

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Construction Commences on Four New Concierge Senior Living Communities Across New Mexico, Texas

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PinPoint Senior Living and LifeWell Senior Living, LLC announced today the start of construction of four new Concierge Senior Living Communities. Each community will be a two-story, 86-apartment

Harsco to Provide High-Security Fencing for New Mexico City International Airport

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Global industrial company Harsco Corporation announced today one of the largest single orders ever received by its Harsco Industrial IKG division, a nearly $10 million award to provide high-security

Cevisama 2016

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I’ll be abusing them soon enough at the Bataan Memorial Death March in New Mexico.) Every year, many of the top tile makers across Europe gather in Valencia, Spain for a massive expo called Cevisama. I was privileged to attend in 2012. Here’s a board inspired by the latest show. Even though I wasn’t there last month, I can still ogle the goodies. And my feet are happier, too. (I’ll

Navajo Rug Pattern Ceramic Tile Coffee Table

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To remember trips to New Mexico and Arizona I created this tile covered coffee table for a client as a birthday gift to his wife. Hi all, As a ceramic artist working in tile and mosaic I''m constantly amazed at the number of design possibilities these mediums offer. The theme is the beautiful rug designs that the Navajo Indian women, and sometimes men, weave in their desert environment. George Woideck George Woideck is a ceramic artist specializing in tile and mosaic.

Signet Begins Construction on Six-Story Building to Accommodate UNM Students Pursuing Entrepreneurial Education Programs

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Signet Development officially broke ground this week on a 160,000 square foot, $35 million six-story building in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that will house University of New Mexico (UNM) students

NMSU Engineers and Students to Examine the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge

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As the bridge enters its 50th year, a group of New Mexico State University engineers and One of the highest bridges in the United States, the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, has stood proudly for 50 years.

Architectural Digest Show 2016 Preview

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I’ll be in Santa Fe and southern New Mexico then.) Another year, another AD show, another miss! I’ll get there next year — or the one after. I’m sure of it. In the meantime, though, I thought I’d share some cool products I definitely would be checking out if I were attending next month. (I’ll Please enjoy my AD 2016 Pinterest Board in the meantime. Fabulous floor lamp is one of the interesting finds at AD 2016.

NIFTY NUGGETS – Sensibly-Styled Home Accessories

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I just returned from a vacation in New Mexico. On my first day of touring Santa Fe, I stopped into a lovely boutique on its first day in business! The designer/owner, Erika Eckerstrand, showed me her terrific line of home and fashion accessories. I loved their look, as well as their sensible style! These Designs of Erika are made from a washable outdoor-rated fabric that makes them perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, mud rooms and other hard-working spaces in your home.

Tampa, Florida

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I am definitely leaving New York, but I had already ruled out Florida as a place to move to. I have my eye on Arizona and New Mexico. I read that crime in Florida is worse than in New York. You May Also Like A School Update My Beloved Father, 1928 – 2016 When Calls The Heart New Mexico? If you read my last post, then you know that I traveled to Tampa, Florida on June 30th. It was a trip that me and my family had planned since January.

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Appliance Art

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Today a new visitor''s center opens at Stonehenge, just three days before various druids, revelers, and pagans converge on the site to celebrate the winter solstice. Erected in 2003 outside Santa Fe, New Mexico by artist/filmmaker Adam Horowitz and the Primordial Soup Company, its 100+ discarded coolers were configured into a satiric ''anti-monument'' to consumerism.

Growing Region 101: Why It Matters for Your Lawn

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New Jersey. Other transition region areas include most of Arizona, most of New Mexico, the northern half of Texas, and the following states: Oklahoma. That includes: The southernmost parts of Arizona and New Mexico. Want a lush lawn? Plant the right grass type for your growing region. Image: Westend61/Getty Images. If you ever cruise Pinterest or home design sites (and we’re guessing you do), you’ve probably fawned over a gorgeous lawn or two.

5 Women Artists Friday: Polony-Mountain, Honda, Tafoya, af Klint, and Driscoll

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Tewa potter from New Mexico. Music(1961) by Gabriela Polony-Mountain, Regina Quick Center for the Arts. Photo by Wayne Stratz. Who are your favorite women artists? The National Museum of Women in the Arts is doing their challenge for March, Can You Name Five Women Artists? In the second in my series, here are 5 more for you to enjoy: 1. Gabriella Polony-Mountain (1918-) Mosaic Artist and Renaissance Woman. Her mosaic Music is pictured above.

What Is Your State’s Most Popular Design Style? Google Knows!

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Image: Sulo Development Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming Most popular design style: bohemian chic The most popular style, bohemian, features a mix and match of color, texture and exotic references. Image: Elle Decor Spain Florida, New Jersey, Virginia Most popular design style: coastal Blues and whites rule in coastal design.

Find Suddenlink internet plans near you

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The fastest internet plan, 1 Gig, is only available in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and West Virginia. Image: pikselstock/Shuttershock. About Suddenlink. No matter what you use your internet services for – whether it’s gaming, streaming, or simply checking email – you need an internet service that delivers a fast and reliable connection.

HomeAdvisor’s 2019 Report Reveals Popular Spending Trends

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The new State of Home Spending report by HomeAdvisor provides a treasure trove of information regarding the habits and behaviors of homeowners relating to home improvement spending, home maintenance spending, and home emergency spending. On the other hand, West Virginia, Wyoming, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Maine are some of the states that spend the least amount on home improvement,” Fisher says.

The Most Searched for Furniture Item in Each State

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Dining benches took the title in California and New Jersey. TV cabinets were the item of choice in New Mexico and Oregon. Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and Wyoming all voted for individual items.

Shop Spectrum Internet Plans Near You

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per month for 12 months for new residential customers in most areas. . Image: fizkes/Shuttershock. Spectrum Internet Service. Spectrum, also known as Charter Spectrum, is a subsidiary of Charter Communications. Spectrum offers residential cable TV, internet, Voice over IP (VoIP) and fixed-line phone service and entertainment packages. For businesses , Spectrum offers internet access, data networking, fiber connectivity and phone service.

Frontier Internet: Reviews, Pricing, & Performance

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Shop Xfinity Internet Plans Near You

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Xfinity is available in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin. .

Windstream Internet: Reviews, Pricing, & Performance

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Windstream is offered in 18 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas. Windstream Internet is an internet provider that uses DSL, fiber, cable, and dialup networks and operates in parts of 18 states in the US.

Healthy Mexican Recipe: Easy Huevos Rancheros

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Growing up in Colorado, my family used to visit New Mexico, Utah and Arizona on family trips and growing up with the authentic flavors of the southwest and Mexico are in my blood. A Healthy Mexican recipe has always been a favorite of mine. Today I found this delicious Huevos Rancheros breakfast that is inspired by my love for delicious flavors. Enjoy! Healthy Mexican Recipe: Easy Huevos Rancheros. Huevos Rancheros breakfast recipe.

#BlogTourAmbiente – Best Global Design Trends at Ambiente

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I fell in love with Nambe – a tableware company that is headquartered out of my western roots of Sante Fe, New Mexico with their organic driven housewares line. My trip to Ambiente with Modenus’ BlogTourAmbiente in Frankfurt, Germany was a whirlwind of size, dimension, design inspiration and global trends. I love traveling internationally to see what design trends are populating the design showroom floors and which ones will have an influence on American design.

4 Essential Home Maintenance Projects for Fall

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Image via: New Mexico Homes. Summer is over again. As kids go back to school and the leaves begin to change their color, it’s time to also prepare you to embrace the richness of fall. Whereas the spring cleaning project you did a couple months back is meant to give your family enough time to relax and getaway in summer, the maintenance fall project you’re about to tackle is meant to give your family a warm and safe shelter when Mr. Winter comes howling about the neighborhood.

The Finalists – 2017 Life of an Architect Playhouse Design Competition

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When creating new concepts and ideas these passions are used as bases and the fun of mixing them all together. S/V House Designer : Becky Sturniolo (New York, USA) Bio : I’m currently a first-year graduate student at Virginia Tech, studying architecture. The Club House Designer : Eloy Diaz Prado (Delicias, Mexico) Bio : I just graduated Architecture school (technically was a year ago).

Architects and the AIA | Life of an Architect

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I don’t have an answer for you, this issue is new to me. As I recall there were 5 states, Hawaii, New Mexico, South Dakota and West Virginia and Tenneesee [link] Bob Borson You are right – I shouldn’t be so glib with my predeterminers. Given the fact we’ve been adding new, younger staff, I think there is great value in the opportunities the AIA offers for young architects to gain a broader perspective on the profession.