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Why It’s Time To Replace Your Old Toilet

The transition to lower flow toilets has been a pretty rocky one. Many people were put off by early low flow toilets that, frankly, didn’t work, and despite significant improvements in the tech, buyers have remained wary of replacing their old toilets. But many older models flush inefficiently, take forever to refill, and use tons […]

Fix A Leaky Faucet! (And Other Ways To Lower Your Water Bill)

A few days ago, my kitchen faucet started to drip. For most people, this would probably be a minor annoyance at worst. But it was dripping pretty steadily, and, in my stainless steel sink, none too quietly. Being the environmentally minded adult that I am, I put a big dutch oven under the faucet to […]

Kitchen Cabinet Trends To Perfect Your Next Remodel

Installing new kitchen cabinetry is one of the most important home improvement decisions you’ll make. As I’m sure you know, getting all new kitchen cabinets can be incredibly expensive, and it’s a choice that’s going to determine the way your kitchen looks for years to come. That’s why it’s so, so important to make an […]

Kitchen Range Buyer’s Checklist: Everything You Need To Know Before You Buy

Buying a new kitchen range – whether you’re replacing one that’s old or broken, or upgrading as part of a larger remodel – is one of the more important decisions you’ll have to make in terms of your kitchen design. They’re big, relatively expensive, and at least theoretically will last you quite a while. That […]

Kitchen Backsplash Trends – Great New Looks In Kitchen Tile

Tile backsplashes have been steadily gaining popularity in recent years, both in the bathroom and in the kitchen. But while having a backsplash in the first place is trendy all on its own, the size, shape, color, and even type of tile used is constantly evolving. In fact, many of the most popular tiles are […]

Stylish Contemporary Toilets From Ariel (That Will Lower Your Water Bill!)

For a long time, toilet design has stayed pretty much the same. From around the time the flush toilet was perfected in the late 1800s up until the new water consumption regulations of the 1990s, a toilet was, more or less, a toilet. But the last 20 years have seen dramatic innovation in terms of […]

Easy, Environmentally Friendly Ways To Use A Second Freezer

In your average kitchen, one refrigerator with a built in freezer, combined with a well-stocked pantry, is all you need to keep plenty of food on hand. Heck, sometimes a tiny fridge will do. But there are plenty of situations when a standard set up just wont cut it. This might sound a little strange […]

Pantone’s Color Of The Year – Incorporating Emerald Into Your Home Decor

Pantone’s color of the year for 2013 is Emerald green – a bold, regal gem tone in contrast to last year’s bright, spunky tangerine. That means that it’ll be the go-to color in everything from fashion to cosmetics and – you guessed it – interior design. So if you like the color and want to […]

Gas Or Electric: Choosing The Right Fuel For Your Stove

There are a whole host of decisions that need to be made when it comes to buying a new stove – how big, how many burners, how many ovens, what color finish, and even how to install it. But the single most important choice, and the very first consideration you need to make, is what […]

Trash Compactors – An Important Addition For A Green Kitchen

One of the most important trends in all of home design – and especially kitchen design – for 2013 is going green. That means thinking about how much water and energy your appliances use, what materials your cabinets, flooring, and counter are made of, and even what kind of lightbulbs you’re using. But I’d like […]