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Mon, Dec 22, 2014 9:00 AM
From floating saunas, 3-D printed houses, park-topped bridges and vegetation-clad public restrooms, there was never a dull moment in 2014.
Less time spent dusting and more time spent interacting with family members are just a couple of the many boons associated with downsizing to more modest digs.
Whether you're roughing it in the great outdoors or hitting the gym 3 times a week, there's a water bottle that will meet your needs.
If you live in California and have always fantasized about bathing with your dirty dishes, now's the time ...
Donating or selling your old cabinets can benefit other home DIYers and the environment.
You'll be shocked what ice, walnuts and elbow grease can do to make your hardwood floors shine.
In the running for the 2014 James Dyson Award, Nomad aims to solve the not-enough-space-or-sunlight issue that plagues many greenthumbed apartment dwellers.
Experts recommend setting your air conditioner at a certain temperature, but there are a few other things you can do to beat the heat in your home.
Unsatisfied with his apartment-bound existence, a young Santa Barbaran takes up full-time residence in a 1985 VW Westfalia camper van.
Will bookable-by-the-hour private garden spaces encourage more cooped up urbanites to step outside?
In Vermont, 170 volunteers are donating their urine to a pilot program that replaces synthetic fertilizers with human waste.
Obviously you could take your spare change to the bank and deposit it, but why do that when you could make some unique jewelry or home decorations?
Outdoor summer fun (or work) can lead to the most frustratingly stubborn clothing stains.
Just don't go overboard with the apex predator-themed decor or you're going to need a bigger house ...
This teeny-tiny wooden cabin from Spain can be built in several hours (provided you can wrangle several friends to help you).
Generating both excitement and predictable grumbling from locals, the District's first shipping container housing project is quickly taking shape near Catholic University.
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