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Beautiful 1940’s Tudor home in the heart of Newark! Living room with gas fireplace, family room, eat in galley kitchen, family room and 3 seasons room on first floor. 4 spacious bedrooms, 1.5 baths and walk up attic. Basement partially finished with a another whole living room and rec/game room for a growing family. Large deck and fenced in back yard. 2 car detached garage. So much space and so much to offer!



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The Advocate » Saturday, March 17, 2018

Ready for cherry blossoms, tulips and lilacs? BETH J. HARPAZ ASSOCIATED PRESS

We’re coming up on cherry blossom festivals, tulip time and lilac season. Here’s a look at some of the places that celebrate spring flowers with festivals and other events.

Tulip time You could go to the Netherlands to see the Keukenhof gardens in Lisse, which are planted with 7 million flowering bulbs – tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and more – blooming March 22-May 13. Or you could visit Holland, Michigan, which hosts a Tulip Time Festival May 5-13. The city planted 100,000 tulips back in 1929, and the annual celebration of the tulip now includes entertainment, costumes, parades and activities. Pella, Iowa, has also been hosting a Tulip Time celebration for decades. Pella’s event, May 3-5, includes parades, Dutch costumes and performances, a craft and vendor fair, quilt and flower shows in addition to the tulip gardens. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, based in Mount Vernon in the state of Washington, is scheduled for April 1-30, though the festival’s website notes that the tulips are expected to bloom the last week of March.


Cherry blossoms In Washington, D.C., the projected peak date for cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin will be March 17-20, with the National Cherry Blossom Festival running March 20-April 15. The festival marks the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from a Tokyo mayor to the U.S. capital city. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York City also celebrates the blooming of cherry trees that

were a gift from the Japanese government. A twoday festival called Sakura Matsuri is planned this year for April 28-29 with some 60 events, including performances by taiko drummers. The garden features a Japanese pond and garden as well as an esplanade lined with some of its 200 cherry trees. Macon, Georgia, claims to be home to 350,000 cherry trees, a phenomenon that began with one tree in the backyard of a local businessman in 1949. The trees will be celebrated March 1625 in what local residents

bill as the “pinkest party” on Earth. In Japan, the cherry trees are expected to begin blooming around March 24 in Tokyo and March 27 in Kyoto, according to a forecast on the Japan National Tourism Organization website.

Flower fests In Rochester, New York, the annual Lilac Festival is May 11-20. Organizers say the event draws more than 500,000 people to see not just the largest lilac collection in the U.S., but also music

and comedy shows, art exhibits, a race and more. Another lilac festival is held on Mackinac Island in Michigan, June 8-17. Bluebonnet season brings out locals and visitors alike in Texas Hill Country. Typically they bloom the last week of March through April, though as with all flowers, it can be hard to predict. Walt Disney World’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival runs through May 28 with display gardens, entertainment and more at the theme park just outside Orlando, Florida.

The Texas flag flies near a field of bluebonnets near Navasota, Texas, in 2016. DAVID J. PHILLIP/AP

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The biggest trend in decor may be that there isn’t a big seasonal shift in style any more. In an era of democratic design, there’s a relaxed approach to home decorating that has put the notion of “in” or “out” on a back burner. We can decorate our homes more freely. There are furnishings, palettes and materials in the spotlight, to be sure. But we’re more inclined to decorate in a personal and emotional way, making home a happy refuge in an uncertain world.

Warm and welcoming “Cozy seems to be the buzzword for 2018,” says Joan Craig, partner at Lichten Craig in Manhattan. “Every client this year has told us they want their home to be soft, warm, relaxed, luxurious… and easy.” Craig said that for a few years now clients have wanted high-performance fabrics that can survive kids, pets and wine. “This is still the case, but now these textiles also have to be incredibly lush and soft,” she says. “We’ve started doing indoor/outdoor fabrics mixed with the most delicious mohairs and alpacas, combined with textured chenilles and weaves.”

Floral-print chairs. “As a designer, I love bold floral prints that feel modern but wink to the classics,” says designer Amy Sklar. AMY BARTLAM/AMY/SKLAR DESIGN VIA AP

Crane & Canopy’s Clementina bedding in coral. Fresh, energetic hues like coral and red are part of a vibrant palette this spring, along with bold pattern. CRANE & CANOPY VIA AP

Miami-based designer Phyllis Taylor says her eponymous firm is getting many requests for ethanol-based fireplaces, which are easily retrofitted into homes because they don’t require venting. Taylor’s team is using the fireplaces as room dividers, and situating them in master baths, dining rooms and on television walls. “These fireplaces are a luxurious focal point, giving a space an unexpected touch of coziness and glamour.” Farmhouse sinks, like Stone Forest’s hammeredcopper version, meld relaxed rusticity with modernity. Eclectic décor is part of this trend, too – a curated mélange of whatever makes your inner decorator’s heart beat. Pieces from different eras, travel souvenirs, favorite finds – the shelter magazines have embraced eclecticism for its ease and personality.

Quiet color palettes are part of this aesthetic. Think muted sugar hues, deep limpid blues and fog. Hastings Tile & Bath’s new collection features handmade subway tiles with names like Duck Egg, Snow and Cloud. “We think greige is making a re-emergence in 2018,” says Los Angeles-based lighting, furniture and product designer Brendan Ravenhill. “A mix of grey and beige, the color brings warmth to wood and whitewashed spaces.” Melissa Lewis of Lewis Giannoulias Interiors in Chicago says there’s a new way to tweak the perennially popular combo of gray and white: Envelop the space.

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Saturday, March 17, 2018 » The Advocate

Spring 2018 decor: A happy and relaxed refuge at home



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Spring Continued from Page 3R

“Take the warm neutrals and paint them on everything – doors, trim, walls, etc. The unilateral color makes any space feel much more refined and welcoming,” she says. That refinement is also being reinforced with touches of drama and texture, says Charlotte Dunagan of Dunagan/Diverio Design Group in Coral Gables, Florida. The firm is using matte black accessories, light fixtures and decorative hardware in many of its projects. Warm woods like walnut and warm paint colors generate an ambiance she calls “classic modern.”

Playing with pattern and color

It’s that ’70s show

While many designers are embracing calm and quiet, others are excited about the proliferation of imaginative, interesting patterns, shapes and textures. It’s a trend that allows personalities to shine. Bonnie Saland of the Los Angeles-based design studio Philomela has done a fabric collection based on rocks and minerals, as well as batik-style abstracts. “We’re enjoying the layering of pattern on textured ground, increasingly offering wallpapers on grass cloth,” she says. Pronounced weaves, knits and channeling are in soft accessory and upholstered furniture collections at many retailers this spring, including jaysonhome.com, inmod.com and target.com. Los Angeles designer Raun Thorp sees red coming back, in new versions and applications.

Midcentury modern still has legs. So does the hybrid style known as transitional. But interior design’s relationship with fashion and glamour has placed new focus on the ’70s and ’80s. The look may not seem quite as au courant to those who grew up in the era, but the young and daring will find Jonathan Adler’s new pieces chic and fun. So here we go, 2018. Some of us are ready to cozy up with Netflix and a faux fur throw in a quiet room wrapped in milk chocolate paint. Others want to enliven our space with a madcap array of fun prints, a gold chandelier and the tunes turned up. It’s all good. See more homes at www.Century21FrankFrye.com

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LICKING COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS The first name(s) listed is the seller and the second name(s) listed is the buyer. Bowling Green Township » 12522 National Rd, Cunningham Michael D, Swisher Amanda K, 2/21/2018, $207,000 Burlington Township » 2071 Kent Ln, Wengatz Jamie N, Combs Ryan S, 2/21/2018, $268,000 » 1719 Marion Rd, Nincehelser John D (Tod), Butcher James S and Kimberly S, 2/21/2018, $290,000 » 1190 Marion Rd, Foor Sandra L, Larison Danielle and Mark L, 2/22/2018, $249,500 Etna Township » 188 Copland Dr, Pulte Homes of Ohio LLC, Chapagai Padam and Krishna, 2/20/2018, $223,350 » 123 Pebble Creek Dr, Bailey Dorothy, Iphelps LLC, 2/22/2018, $165,000 » 86 1st Ave, Wilson William E, Meyers Robert E, 2/21/2018, $123,000 Franklin Township » Flint Ridge Rd, Kitchen Dana H and Brenda K, Finkes Lawrence III and Erin K, 2/21/2018, $68,000 Granville Township



» 2948 Sharon Valley Rd, Blake Maureen J, Mintos Samuel R and Brittany N, 2/21/2018, $252,500 » 139 Mill Race Rd, Frahn Raymond D and Sandra Kay, Camp Brian L, 2/21/2018, $279,900 » 263 Beechwood Dr, Blum Carolyn a Trustee, Smith Emily M and Kirk R, 2/21/2018, $577,500 Harrison Township » 11 Hardwoods Dr, Samsal Allen R and Ashley D, Rai Osoking Hang and Jewan, 2/22/2018, $236,000 » 10 Hardwoods Dr, Colles Trevor A and Krystal M, Dunnavant

Alexander and Rachel, 2/22/2018, $235,000 Liberty Township » 172 Timber Creek Ct W, Begue Aaron M and Sarah E, Beck Joshua and Stephanie, 2/22/2018, $380,000 » 7230 Johnstown-Utica Rd, Security National Bank Trustee, Miller Richard A and Diane R, 2/22/2018, $125,000 Licking Township » 127 Lakeview Dr, Bateman Donald and Bonnie, Wigington David, 2/21/2018, $317,000 » Amherst Rd, Bebout John J, Coffman Ned and Beverly J, 2/21/2018, $46,000 » 5015 Ridgely Tract Rd, JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Heath Corn Growers LLC, 2/22/2018, $67,725 Johnstown » 105 Butternut Cove Pl, Leafy Dell LLC, Hoenle Mark A and Lauren E, 2/22/2018, $284,370 » 231 Commerce St, Thirty One Real Estate LLC, Heath Realty Investments LLC, 2/21/2018, $4,800,000 » 150 Elm St, Salmons Pamela K, Felix Phyllis A, 2/22/2018, $112,000 Union Township

ianne, Hardy David, 2/21/2018, $38,000 Heath » 838 Crescent Dr, Jenkins Douglas M and Duvall-Jenkins Alicia D, Dolloff Timothy N, 2/23/2018, $108,000 » 887 Wayne Dr, Downing Lawrence L and Janet L, Henderson Jeannie L, 2/23/2018, $122,000 » 1270 Green Valley Dr, Hewitt Robert L and Melody R, 204 Patterson Rd LLC, 2/23/2018, $300,000 » 1286 Green Valley Dr, Hewitt Robert L and Melody R, 204 Patterson Rd LLC, 2/23/2018, $300,000 » 1242 Green Valley Dr, Hewitt Robert L and Melody R, 204 Patterson Rd LLC, 2/23/2018, $300,000 Newark » 481 Ridge Ave, Burris Edward C Et Al, Levere James, 2/22/2018, $47,000 » 163 Neal Ave, Lawson David J

and Laurie M, Ricciardo James A and Miller Shannon D, 2/22/2018, $129,900 » 73 Neal Ave, Lines Leigha M, Klinkert Brittany and Croston Sherry, 2/23/2018, $137,000 » 80 24th N St, Miller William R and Patton-Miller Margaret A, TF Two LLC, 2/21/2018, $58,000 » 1646 Turkey Run Dr W, Smith Brett C and Nicole E, Price John H and Linda L, 2/21/2018, $175,000 Pataskala » 144 Bristol Dr, Boehm Heather L, Dutro Douglas L, 2/22/2018, $196,500 » 970 Sara Ct, Brookins Kristy L, Potter Melissaroshan, 2/23/2018, $124,500 » 3662 Hazelton-Etna Rd, Wright Timothy D and Janine L, Chen Ashtyn R and Kiefer Aaron C, 2/23/2018, $240,000 » 376 Pataskala Ridge Dr, Dick Robert A and Jennifer V, Matthews John V Jr and Karleen R, 2/22/2018, $208,500



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» 117 Yellow Stone Ct, Mcdonough John and Lori A, Gale Lisa and Matthew, 2/22/2018, $107,000

82 E. Stevens St. NEWARK

DOUBLE LOT! Investor special! 2 story home with fenced yard. North Newark location. $45,000 Janessa Tedrow 740-974-2902

Buckeye Lake » 10015 Madison Twp Rd 57, Moore Carol, Evans Frederick L III, 2/23/2018, $5,000 » 508 Providence Ln, Maple Bay Investors LLC, Heise Earl F and Sharon K, 2/22/2018, $279,032 » 601 Newport Ln, Maple Bay Investors LLC, Boggess Keifer W Jr and Cheryl M, 2/22/2018, $280,705 » 195 Myers Ave, Perine Mar-

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Spacious updated 4 bedroom and 2 1/2 bath ranch. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Eat in kitchen w/white Amish built cupboards. Granite counter tops and ceramic floor tile in entrance and kitchen. LG appliances include stainless steel range, refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave. You will enjoy two fireplaces, one in the living room and one in the lower level rec room. Six panel doors with brushed nickel hardware. 4’’ white trim. Living room, formal dining room, 1st floor sun/rec room walk out to deck. Lower level rec room with new carpet, ceramic tile and walkout to patio. Anderson windows. Very efficient hot water radiant heating system and air conditioning. Excellent condition, on cul de sac. Convenient to Rt 16. Owner related to listing agent. Call: Carole Link, Realtor 740-344-1047

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