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Tue, Mar 03, 2015 3:53 PM
Don't let a squeaky or moldy floorboard ruin the look of your home.
Scott Miller's time-lapse video of a traditional Amish barn raising is a spellbinding testament to teamwork and low-tech construction methods.
In trendy Barnsbury, a quarter million pounds will get you a flat that's close to all the action and where the toilet is in the shower.
Overrun by stuff? Here are some quick ways to get your house under control once again.
At the Alnwick Poison Garden, visitors are given a window into the strange world of poisonous and psychoactive plants.
The city is offering property tax breaks if lot owners allow their empty spaces to be turned into farms — and the rest of the state is watching.
Ever heard of black tomatoes? How about candy cane strawberries? Get ready to take your garden by storm with these unusual home grown fruits and veggies.
Mobility, zone heating and safety are just a few reasons to replace your wood-burning fireplace with an electric one.
One of the few drawbacks of tiny houses is that they don't always comfortably accommodate those of considerable height. Here's how one 6-foot-4 gent made it work.
Made from wood and canvas, Jero is a spiffy and super-lightweight take on traditional portable dwellings found throughout Central Asia.
Debuting at the California State Fair, The Wedge is a student-design state park shanty that blends rustic simplicity with a more modern, Millennial-friendly aesthetic.
When life gives you drippy garden hoses and cracked toilet seats, mend them with something that reeks like pink bubblegum.
Will razing abandoned properties in flood-ravaged neighborhoods stop flooding in the basements of homes that people live in?
This pantry staple isn't just good for your heart but for lots of other things around the house, too.
Fruit-bearing plants, piles of leaves and other backyard choices can bring birds and get rid of insects.
Looking for a stronger and easier-to-maintain alternative to wood? Look no further than aluminum.
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