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Wed, Dec 17, 2014 4:55 PM
Thoreau at the beach: Located at a remove from the bustle of Provincetown, a colony of off-grid cabins are hidden away within the ever-changing coastal landscape.
The butcher block counter is easy to install and even easier to prepare meals on, but it needs work to keep it in tip-top shape.
Don't just leave buckets everywhere in your home — take steps to locate the problem.
The charitable homebuilding organization isn't giving up new construction completely despite a growing number of projects involving foreclosed fixer-uppers.
Whip up a thoughtful gift that's simple to create and easy on the environment.
These kitchen tools aren't expensive, and they're sure to get a lot of use by any home chef.
Extend your gardening season and bring veggies right to the table with a patio garden.
'Tis the season to mend, modify, repair, tidy-up and perform (not too strenuous) energy- and water-saving tweaks around the house.
The Spanish island proves that lush valleys aren't the only places for grapes.
Offering its residents much more than a small plot for planting, Homefarm is a conceptual retirement development with full-on urban farming operations.
Cluttered and ugly kitchens are things of the past with these new trends in home decor.
From Venus flytraps to bladderworts, explore the wonderfully weird world of carnivorous plants.
A team of Italian designers and researchers unveil the prototype for a buoyant mini-farm powered by the sun and designed to take the sting out of food scarcity.
Bamboo globes, reclaimed sailcloth planters and the requisite pair of socks are just some of this year's exceptionally giftable finds.
Why settle for plain and ugly concrete when there are so many ways to spruce it up?
From being responsible for a poor night's sleep to aggravating arthritis pain, cold temperatures in your house can ruin your winter.
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