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Home Magazine - March/April 2024

Feb 22, 2024 04:15PM ● By Kim Carpenter

Photo by Sarah Lemke.

Goodbye, Winter/Hello, Spring!

In like a lion, out like a lamb—or vice versa. No matter what March delivers, we can take respite from winter and enjoy sliding into April’s springy weather with the gorgeous interiors featured in this issue. 

No matter your preferred aesthetic, you will find something you love in these pages. There’s Sarah Arnold’s groovy homage to the 1970s in a home that features quirky period pieces from the hippy era. Avocado green and cinnamon red remind us not to be afraid of color—it can enliven and brighten a space in a way that is easy to change.

If you prefer more sedate environs, visit Molly and Trent Flodman’s serene home, inspired by a relaxing vacation they didn’t want to leave behind. It would be difficult not to feel calm returning to such a spacious, airy home. Serenity is similarly evident in Diane Hayes’ Field Club solarium, where she grows orchids and other botanical marvels. (Just don’t disturb Wendy, the resident feline.) Interior designer Nikki Klugh also demonstrates how to appeal to all five senses in her West O home. Even if you decide not to use a whole house fragrance system like Nikki, you can light a Good Life Candle & Craft candle after reading about Jon and Nicci Nunnenkamp’s cheeky approach to scent.

We’re also delighted to introduce Amanda Yong to the Omaha Home family. She will be a regular contributor with “Frances in Dundee,” a column that details her loving approach to decorating and renovating her historic home in one of Omaha’s oldest neighborhoods. This issue marks her debut, and you can get more glimpses of her home in future issues later this year.

Irrespective of lamb or lion, find a cozy space and settle in with unforgettable interiors, inspiring renovations, and novel approaches to making your house a home.

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