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Despite the 'D' word, a new survey finds that Americans are still smitten with lush residential landscapes.
Unsightly flooring may dampen your desire to live in a rented home, but there are affordable ways to improve how the floor looks.
Part work of art, part tribute to farmers who love the earth they work, this new book deserves to be out where people can see it.
The water-guzzling grounds of the Windsor Square mansion that serves as the official mayoral residence are undergoing a drought-resistant makeover.
A shift in how you think about housekeeping could result in a tidier and more relaxed life.
The Parisian in the cupboard: Complete with a cubbyhole sleeping loft, this micro-apartment conversion is filled with hidden surprises.
A new study finds that the biggest factor driving the state's residential solar growth is peer influence — neighbors wanting to be like (or better than) their neighbors.
Why should boring old Victorians with their heavy curtains, creaky floorboards and overgrown front lawns have all the paranormal fun?
Want to get to know your neighbors better? Try turning your front lawn into a vegetable garden!
In Japan, militantly unfussy lifestyle brand Muji sells much more than stationery, travel pillows and slippers.
As it turns out, the holy grail of green building standards, the Living Building Challenge, isn't just strictly for buildings.
A little bit of soap or detergent and vinegar is all you need to hand wash your clothes.
The overwhelming success of the award-winning writer's Kickstarter campaign will allow him to investigate industrial farming from above.
With its latest consumer release, constantly innovating LED heavyweight Cree hits the under-$10 mark.
While a healthy pumpkin crop in Illinois signals that Thanksgiving will be A-OK, California's parched conditions means bad news for Halloween.
Do you know how to tell if a plant is poisonous? Test your knowledge about what's safe to eat in the great outdoors.
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