Ever been denied an apartment just because you don't own a pet? Clearly, you've never met Judy Guth, an octogenarian landlord who enforces a strict pet-owners only policy at her North Hollywood rental complex.
Because nothing can ruin your fabulous day out in the big city like heavy shopping bags and a full bladder, Manhattan will be getting its first 'luxury bathroom and private day storage' facility this summer.
Everyone's favorite boxy BFF, EXPEDIT, is being phased-out to the extreme displeasure of many. The good news? The shelving system will be reborn, slightly altered and with a new name, in a move that benefits IKEA's sustainability initiatives.
New York has the nightlife, San Francisco has the gorgeous scenery and Williston has, well, a handful of stoplights. So why then does this North Dakota outpost also have the highest rents for a one-bedroom apartment in the entire country?
For his latest project, dumpster-to-home conversion wizard Gregory Kloehn is plucking trash from the streets of Oakland, Calif. and using the materials to build rolling shelters with pitched roofs for his homeless neighbors.
In a first-of-its-kind customer satisfaction survey, respondents give certified green homeownership a ringing endorsement with a majority believing that the benefits of owning an eco-friendly abode outweigh any additional costs.
IKEA believes in LEDs so much that it's the only type of light bulb the Swedish retail behemoth will sell come 2016. And now through the end of March, the sale of the bulbs will help make the future of children in refugee camps a bit brighter.
In which the term 'farm fresh' applies to home improvement: A California dairy farm branches out into the house paint business with FarmPaint, a line of natural, goat milk-based paints. Just don't let it expire before you have a chance to paint the nursery.