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A scenic drive up New York State Route 425 will lead you to a charming crossroads of new and very old: the Wilson House at Lake and Main Street in the Village of Wilson. The restaurant and inn, which boasts a rich history, opened its doors again in the spring after an extensive renovation. For new owners Jon Pashong and Chris and Tim White, the goal was to bring the bui…

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Caroline Barr describes it as a lightning bolt: The moment she realized she was supposed to be a designer. From there, she says, everything sped up. She got her degree at arts-focused Villa Maria College; moved to Cape Cod; began working at a small furniture store and secured her first clients; then brought that experience back to Buffalo to be closer to family. Her wor…

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When Carrie Zepp’s dad’s health declined to the point where he required extended hospitalization, it meant an hour’s drive each way between her parents’ home and Mercy Hospital in South Buffalo, which put a lot of stress on Carrie and her parents. But then someone told them about Grace Guest House. “It’s a beautiful, warm and welcoming house with phenomenal staff and vo…

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There’s a two-story brick building with a bright red door near Larkinville, just down the road from Flying Bison Brewing Company. Like most structures in the awakening former industrial district, its century-old neighbors have long been reduced to rubble-filled lots, and its own walls have enclosed countless establishments including a saloon and a shoe store, then for deca…

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Your refrigerator is suddenly making a strange humming sound. Your dishwasher goes through the motions for 90 minutes, but your plates and cups are still filthy. Your Blu-ray spits the disc back at you like a baby tasting asparagus for the first time. If you’re like me, your second thought when it comes to home appliance repair is the inconvenience. Your first is, “Oh l…

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Chris Naugle remembers his first investment, a modest house in Gasport in 2006. He laughs about it now — with his wife, Lorissa, the Lockport native works with over 100 hungry, inexperienced property flippers, coaches, contractors and project managers at FlipOut Academy in the Eastern Hills Mall, with their own television series soon to follow. But that first property i…

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Sure, the kitchen sink is a place to wash your dishes and prep your meals. But it also serves as a design focal point that should harmonize with your appliances, countertops and cabinets. Whether you’re building a new kitchen or remodeling an old one, think about the look you’re going for —sleek or homey, contemporary or nostalgic — and choose a sink to match. The 20…

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Chris Naugle knows what you are going to ask. When is the show going to air? It was supposed to be in February, then March. Now it’s scheduled to premiere June 24 at 2 p.m. on HGTV. Chris and Lorissa Naugle’s Williamsville enterprise has caught fire in Western New York, with local media attention surrounding the debut of their home-flipping TV pilot featuring Buffalo, “…

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Sometimes the most interesting and dynamic things come from some of the most unassuming spaces. Custom lighting designer Andrew Emerson of Emerson James is a perfect example. Though he works out of a sparse, unadorned warehouse space on a residential street in Lockport, he produces some fantastic, and extremely unique designs. “It’s a creative outlet for me,” Emerson sa…

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This distinctive French Second Empire brick home is an architectural standout in the historic Fargo Estate district on Buffalo’s West Side. The neighborhood’s heterogeneous mix of long-time residents, young entrepreneur types and refugees is mirrored by homeowner Vanessa Fineberg’s diverse and vibrant tastes. The 33-year-old’s playful design style is evident throughout …

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Vanessa Fineberg infused her playful, diverse style into a French Second Empire brick home in the historic Fargo Estate district on Buffalo’s West Side.

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A husband-and-wife pair of entrepreneurs transformed an abandoned Larinville building into a two-story marvel, with offices on the first floor and their home on the second.

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The Wilson House at Lake and Main Street in the Village of Wilson reopened this spring - with its historic bones on full display.