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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.
The key to sparkling, streak-free panes lies in selecting the proper drying cloth.
Creating a bumblebee-friendly garden will help the struggling pollinators and be a boon for your blooms as well.
A discerning skeeter couldn't ask for a better breeding habitat than an abandoned swimming pool. And unfortunately for post-recession Florida, there's a whole lot of them.
A banner day for irony turns out to be a not-so-great day for trees dedicated to greenthumbed British rock stars.
Since nothing quite says 'U.S.A.' like summertime grilling and imbibing, consider these 8 party-ready must-haves from the Martha Stewart American Made Market.
The gardening season may be halfway done, but it's not too late to try these thrifty tricks to increase your harvest.
Spiders are great for pest control, except when they overtake your home. Here are some nontoxic solutions for dealing with them at your house..
Some flowers and vegetables may require a boost of nitrogen to survive. Luckily, there are a number of natural ways to make sure your plants stay healthy.
How much do you know about this humble household implement?
Thousands of Brazilians lost their homes when the World Cup stadiums were constructed. 1Week1Project's Casa Futebol concept invites them back.
No doubt, a trip to IKEA can take it out of you. But instead of a post-shopping siesta at home, patrons at the retailer's Chinese stores opt to just doze off on the showroom floor.
A decommissioned Sony semiconductor plant is now home to the largest LED-illuminated indoor farm in the world, a veritable veggie factory powered by 17,500 super-efficient grow lights.
Sustainable city living is a focal point for a quartet of contenders at the 2014 Solar Decathlon Europe in Versailles. Will one of these teams comes in first?
Cast iron is a versatile tool for cooking — be it on the stove or in the oven — but you'll need to fry with it first so the seasonings on the pan mature.
Don't throw out that old teapot with the missing lid! There are still plenty of uses for it.
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