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Playing catch up: Wreath wonderland
Is your holiday shopping all taken care of? Kick back, relax and read about wreaths, kitchen revamps, wreaths, smart meters and more wreaths.
Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 1:41 PM
GreenbyDesign watches National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
and is inspired (vaguely) to write about Christmas upcycling.
Sunset steps inside the home
of design guru Kelly LaPlante whose Venice, California, pad is chock full of secondhand treasures and eco-friendly decor items.
The New York Times examines
how the installation and operation of "smart" electricity meters is not sitting well with many folks, particularly up-in-arms homeowners in California.
that another shelter/design mag bites the dust: this time around, it's the venerable title, I.D
Re-Nest considers the perks
(and the drawbacks) of spendy new green cleaning products from Murchison-Hume. The beautifully packaged products are billed as the world's first line of "Premium Organic" household cleaners and include a Floor Cleaner, Bathroom Cleaner, Furniture Spritzer, and more.
Jetson Green is excited
about the development of Spring Leaf, a new, net-zero energy neighborhood in Boulder. The first of six super green single-family homes and six townhouses has just been completed.
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