On World Toilet Day, a day in which we turn our attention to modern sanitation and the 2.5 billion people across the globe without access to it, here's a look at a few remarkable places to go see a man about a horse.
This week: Philippe Starck does wireless thermostats, GE unveils one hell of a hotplate and Americans (at least those with cash to spare) finally warm up to the idea of bidets. Plus, do homeowners talk a big game when it comes to energy-efficiency?
When Swedish police arrive at an apartment after being alerted by neighbors to a possible domestic disturbance, they find a frustrated couple brandishing Allen wrenches and a set of indecipherable furniture assembly directions.
Bob Iger and a group of preservation-minded Brentwood residents swoop in to save a modestly-sized 1940 ranch house designed by Paul R. Williams that was slated to be demolished and replaced with a mega-mansion.
This week: Fanciful designer radiators from Europe, a clever backpack-chair hybrid and luxury homes with gyms that put the YMCA to shame. Plus, a build-it-yourself micro-home kit for wandering tiny house enthusiasts.
IKEA and Oslo-based ad agency SMFB work with customers in Norway to offload their unwanted but still functional furniture via a virtual flea market and print and TV advertisements. Secondhand SÖDERHAMN, anyone?
This week: A super bucolic public lavatory from Japan, the inherently high-performance nature of wigwams and famous horror movie residences. Plus, homes located next to cemeteries are more valuable than those that aren't. Who knew?
Bracing yourself for some DST-related household chores this coming weekend? If you're looking to invest in a new clock altogether and not just set your existing ones back, consider one of these 10 eye-catching, time-keeping home accessories.
We all know that drafty windows and poor insulation are often the culprits behind paranormal activity in older homes. In celebration of National Energy Action Month, Energy.gov shares a handy infographic on how to easily rid your house of energy-draining 'spirits.'