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A spicy mix of green home news this week including urban beekeepers, modern sharecroppers and wallaby lawnmowers.
Instead of kicking that tattered, stained sofa to the curb, dress 'er up with a 100-percent organic cotton slipcover from Sure Fit.
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I'm loving the Chaise Lawn Chair — a chaise/lawn/wheelbarrow hybrid — but good lord, talk about a magnet for bad grass stains.
The First Pooch just had his official portrait taken. Here's a few White House-worthy eco picture frames worth vetting.
Writer, industrial designer and certified poo doyen Virginia Gardiner explains her low-tech waterless toilet, LooWatt.
A Beverly Hills home is deconstructed instead of demolished, and the bulk of it is salvaged for humanitarian reuse.
Have an eco-oriented Siouxsie Sioux/Gomez Addams design aesthetic? Coffin Couches may be for you.
The streets of NYC come alive with plastic bags, subway exhaust and the imagination of artist Joshua Allen Harris.
Love them or hate them, William Warren's Shelves for Life give the ecobalance phrase cradle-to-grave a whole new meaning.
Greenthumbed 'eco-warrior' Hilaire Purbrick gets evicted from his subterranean lair due to lack of fire exits.
The soon-to-be-completed 12th LEED Platinum building in California, Cherokee Studios, boasts a unique rock n' roll background.
Take a video tour of British architect Luke Tozer's skinny n' stylish green home but be careful ... you may fall in love.
Don't fret ... actor Richard Dreyfuss is skipping over the baby steps and giving his Encinitas, Calif., home a full-on eco-makeover.
Portland, Ore-based design firm Merkled's Pot Rack is made from locally salvaged steel loom ends.
Two attention-grabbing home designs: Daniel Libeskind's prefab villa and a pint-sized "Shed for Living" from the UK.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.