Kandice and Dustin Weeks own Designer Specialties and Hardware in Bossier City. They say smart appliances are growing in demand. “Connectivity. People want their appliances connected wirelessly,” said Kandice.
Attendees of Art in the Dark can find out! Louisiana Association for the Blind (L.A.B.) has created an immersive experience that will allow participants to explore the world of art without sight. The first of its kind, Art in the Dark, will provide aspiring artists with the chance to create a masterpiece via a tactile and auditory adventure.
Originally from Oregon, Robert received his master’s degree from the University of Colorado – Boulder and his Ph.D. at Oregon State. He accepted a position as a biology professor at the University of Michigan and spent the next 25 years there. He wanted to live amongst the mountains and desert, so the couple retired to Utah.
For some, diet and eating habits can become detrimental and sometimes even life-threatening. A support group, Overeaters Anonymous (OA), was created to help individuals develop and maintain a balanced and healthy outlook on nutrition and their bodies..
Start planning your perfect parade route, because the parade will take place on the weekends of June 22-23 and 29- 30, and the homes will be open for selfguided tours from 1-6 p.m. daily. The two-weekend event gives attendees the opportunity to view custom built and speculative homes in Caddo, Bossier and DeSoto parishes.
The mixture of farmhouse chic with modern and contemporary embellishments is a marvel of comfort and style. Rustic shiplap walls keep things down to earth while a modern railing inspired by a Pinterest find brings an edge to the staircase complemented with the luxe blue drapes.
Black has lived in her north Bossier home for 30 years and had always wanted to remodel the kitchen, but never had the time. She was also apprehensive because she had no experience with such a project.
This fun family entertainment space was designed by landscape architect Lloyd Overdyke and constructed by builder Terry M. Elston. Overdyke says the homeowners wanted to take advantage of the lake scenery – that’s how the outdoor kitchen came about.
Simple. Minimal. Functional. McKenzie designed this “kid zone” for a homeowner who wanted the space to fit those criteria. The client grew up in long, narrow gallery room serves as a thoroughfare to the children’s bedrooms, and was the perfect spot to bring the homeowner’s vision to life.