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One of the toughest rooms to renovate on a budget is the kitchen. Especially a small-ass kitchen. But here's a clever DIY storage solution that still looks Pinterest board-worthy without costing you an arm and a leg to make. Unless a freak drilling accident happens. Safety first!
All you need is a drill and a dream.Peeling apples is a monotonous labor of love; one that we trudge through for the pies, ...
We're not really into knitting, but this blanket totally changed our minds. It is the softest, cuddliest, most amazing blanket, ever and we think you should start with this tutorial this weekend.
Home ownership has its ups and downs. On the plus side: redecorating! On the minus: discovering asbestos in your basement. But even through the not-so...
Time to throw out the notion of the "stuffy" grandparents houses like we used to visit in our childhoods. Who doesn't remember as kids going to visit the grandparents, and how the house seemed to us more like a museum than a place to live?
Designing without explicit limitations as if "the sky's the limit" is actually harder than when there are constraints. Design process can start anywhere. Sure. Hard to argue with that. But it's a bit daunting, too open-ended.
If these sprawling campus behemoths don't make better use of technology, all of those dormitories, student centers, and administrative buildings that they are so busy building will have to reinvent themselves.
If you're hoping to increase your home's value (above and beyond the cost of an upgrade itself), you should know that some updates that are valuable to you may not be valuable to potential buyers.
Ten years ago, the young physician moved back to this former coal-mining town nestled in the Appalachians with the goal of buying a house of her own in her hometown. But not just any house: It had to be a house with character.
I started out cooking with no more than a wok and metal spatula, but, today, I'm spoiled with a fully stocked kitchen and all the gadgets and toys I need.
When it comes to the sale of your home, many a realtor will tell you the kitchen is where it's at. And they're right. But there are a lot of things you can do to the exterior of your home for a reasonable price to make the appearance more attractive and decrease the length of time your house is on the market.
Everybody wants to go green and save money, but how exactly do you do it if it's all new to you? Try these four approaches.
It's easy to be intimidated by the way IKEA stages their perfect showroom bathrooms, but it's a lot simpler than you'd believe to transform your dull washroom into a spa-caliber sanctuary using their furniture just a little differently than intended.
It's easy to bite off way more than you can chew when you're overhauling your home. It's even easier to spend way more than you intended. The truth is, though, that you don't have to spend much at all to make a big difference. $50 can go a long way--here's proof.
To grow well, vegetables need good soil, the right amount of water, and sunshine. You can amend poor soil and deal with too much or too little moisture by building raised beds (bottomless frames that hold soil above the grade line) to keep vegetables above muck, or by irrigating in dry weather.