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Fri, Dec 19, 2014 9:52 AM
Extracting gifts from difficult-to-open plastic packaging is about to get much, much easier with this smart hack.
From pistachio shell-powered eco-cities to tiny houses on the moon, this spring certainly wasn't short on starry-eyed intrigue and bold ambition.
If you misplace one of the furniture leg extenders on your patio furniture, try this wine cork trick to even out the legs.
Work is completed on a British green building project that sets out to prove 'there is no such thing as waste, just stuff in the wrong place.'
Clad in a vegetative facade, a newly completed luxury tower is deemed as having the world's largest vertical garden by Guinness World Records.
IKEAHackers, a long-running blog devoted to the topic of DIY wizardry involving IKEA furniture, has earned itself a most unlikely foe.
An urban farming project in the down-and-out Brightmoor neighborhood is cut extremely short after officials learn it involves unlawful ruminants.
Are aphids and other pests wrecking your garden? Partner up with ladybugs to stop the carnage.
So what did you do with your 17-pound, cinder block-esque stack of Restoration Hardware catalogs?
The suburban backyard can be a wild and unforgiving place. Don't forget your hand-crank blender, old-timey harmonica and fancy leather fly swatter.
HVAC heavyweight Honeywell unveils Lyric, an attractive and eager-to-adapt household thermostat with GPS-based functionality.
While his classmates were off doing who knows what during spring break, one Bard College student was busy converting an old school bus into a solar-powered micro-home.
In the bucolic exburbs of New York City, one of only 11 mass-produced homes designed by the legendary architect hits the market for the very first time.
Unlike incandescent 3-way bulbs that really only have 2 discernible levels of brightness, the 3-way Cree LED boats a trio of brightness levels that you can actually see.
Video: The Peaceful Belly Farm in Hailey, Idaho, found a unique way to advertise a plant sale.
The Internet of Things dons a pair of gloves and straw hat and moseys on out to the garden with Edyn, a connected garden system seeking crowdfunding cash on Kickstarter.
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