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Wed, May 27, 2015 3:20 PM
Would you hop (no diving allowed!) into a chlorine-free urban swimming hole that's open to the public?
The type of water filter you need, whether it's a basic faucet attachment to a more complex whole-house system, will hinge on the quality of the water you're already pouring.
With its lower iron content, this glass is valued for its 'water white' clarity, making it ideal for floor to ceiling windows or framing artwork.
From doors with holes to sliding glass doors that crawl, here are problems you can fix yourself.
Peerby is perfect for those times in life when you desperately need a 10-quart Crock-Pot but don't want to buy one yourself.
If any appliances in your house should be smart, it should be the big energy hogs like the washer and dryer.
Sleek, slender and topped with solar panels, Heijmans ONE is a portable rental unit that addresses the dearth of affordable housing options for young professionals.
Fulfill your desire to raise plants without actually getting your hands in the dirt.
Consider this an energy- and cost-friendly alternative or possibly a complement to the more traditional air conditioning system.
These beautiful rice paddy fields are more than a pretty landscape scene. They represent an ancient agricultural legacy that humans still depend on.
How backyard gardeners can create way stations to help America's most beautiful butterfly.
An eclectic assortment of petite, problem-solving housing projects piqued our interest in 2014. Which ones captivated you?
Who said old houses can't learn new energy-saving tricks?
These easy DIY repairs will take care of those cabinet doors that bang shut or those drawers that won't open unless you have superhero strength.
From floating saunas, 3-D printed houses, park-topped bridges and vegetation-clad public restrooms, there was never a dull moment in 2014.
Extracting gifts from difficult-to-open plastic packaging is about to get much, much easier with this smart hack.
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