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Fri, May 17, 2013 10:53 AM
For the very first time, Delaware's sole Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residence — 'Laurel,' a 1956 Usonian home located on a woodsy parcel outside of Wilmington — has hit the market for $1.35 million.
Unsuspecting homeowners (my parents) are visited by a green home auditor (me).
Prep yourself for the 2009 award season by taking part in Re-Nest’s The Homies.
Learn simple ways to make household cleaners that are cheap and safe to use.
Tour the laboratories at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute in celebration of its 100th b’day.
Hakutan odor-eating white charcoal isn’t just for the naughty.
TING gives new meaning to "greenbelt" with floor tiles made from recycled leather belts.
Up to your ankles in white stuff? Save it for later with a rainwater -- or in this case, snow water -- harvesting system.
Throwing a holiday house party? Play these albums that promote foot tappin’ and egg nog swillin’.
Picky about lighting fixtures? Choose from 1,607,045 possible combinations with the BuiltBy Lamp.
Challaback girls and boys: Light up a LED motherboard menorah.
Not convinced about the green glory of LED Christmas lights?
The poinsettia is an ubiquitous piece of holiday greenery. Here's how to care for one...
In a pinch? Check out your local big boxer for these last minute eco-friendy gift ideas.
Get the best of your locally grown produce next year by joining a CSA now.
Brave Space Design's hip new Prism stool is crafted from repurposed walnut scraps.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.