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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 […]

Under Counter Refrigerators For A Small Apartment Kitchen

Here in the US, by and large we’re pretty spoiled when it comes to kitchen space. Many European apartments don’t even have ovens, let alone full sized refrigerators or sprawling six burner ranges. Most Americans – especially those who own large homes and have big families – would probably balk at the idea of having […]

Go Green: Top Eco Friendly Home Improvement Projects For The New Year

Yesterday I mentioned that home improvement projects are making a big comeback. It’s going to be a good year to remodel, renovate, fix up, or update your home, but the common thread between all the most common projects is eco friendliness and sustainability. If you’re looking to green your home this year but aren’t quite […]

Top Five Home Improvement Projects For 2013

The last few years have been pretty rough for homeowners. With home values dropping and money tight all around, it’s been a while since big home renovation has been at the front of anyone’s mind. But 2013 promises to be an end to a years-long dry spell, with many homeowners already planning major remodels. If […]

Planning A Big Bathroom Remodel? Don’t Forget The Toilet!

There are plenty of things to get excited about if you’re doing a big bathroom remodel, but I’m willing to bet that getting a new toilet isn’t at the top of your list. After all, most people don’t think of their toilets as pretty, assuming they think about their toilets at all. As a nation, […]

Home Water Filters – Choosing The Best Water Filtration System

If you’re reading this, it probably means you’re concerned about the quality of your drinking water. Unfortunately, it’s a good concern to have. Little scares (and bigger ones) regarding water quality seem to have been popping up a lot in recent years, from water bottles containing BPA to traces of pharmecutecal drugs in your tap […]

Eco Friendly Bathroom Vanities – Knowing Your Options Before You Buy

Eco-friendliness is predicted to be the top trending theme in home design for 2013, with everything from water saving shower heads to EnergyStar appliances at the top of every 2013 to-do list. But if you’re not super familiar with the green home movement, or even the whole sustainability thing in general, it can be difficult […]

Is It Time To Replace Your Shower Head?

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about small, DIYable home improvement projects, especially for the bathroom.  While there’s a good argument for routine remodeling and regular renovations, sometimes a little goes  a long way in a small space like the bathroom.  So if you’re looking to do a little face lift or add a little […]

No Flush Waterless Urinals From Waterless Co

The green movement is in full swing, especially when it comes to bathrooms. Homes and businesses across the country are switching to water saving options to try to reduce water consumption (and sewage expenses), but one of the best ways to do so is one you might not have even heard of. Waterless urinals dramatically […]

Hot Water Dispensers – A Dream Come True For Coffee And Tea Drinkers

Breaking news, guys! Okay, maybe just for me – but! I just found something really cool: built-in hot water dispensers. No, not like those big Sparklets jugs and not like every other faucet that you can turn to hot – these babies are beautiful, compact faucets that spit out perfect 190 degree (F) water with […]