• 60+ Sensational DIY Wreaths Made from Recycled Materials

    Check out 60+ DIY wreaths made from recycled materials.

  • 10 Facts About Turkeys

    As Thanksgiving nears, it is time to pay homage to the iconic bird. Not just tasty and delicious, turkeys are multifaceted critters with fascinating histories. Enjoy these ten facts about turkeys.

  • Squatting on the Potty Cures Ailments

    Simply eliminating with the help of the Squatty Potty gives you that "I just went on a 10 day juice cleanse" feeling.

  • Hurricane Sandy Victims Need Socks Desperately, and You Can Help

    A team of DIY bloggers, in conjunction with Hometalk.com, have teamed up to collect socks for folks on the New Jersey coast who lost everything to Hurricane Sandy.

  • The Real Cost of Decorating a New House

    After spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a new house, it’s frustrating indeed to have insufficient funds to adequately decorate it.

  • My Amazing DIY Solar Generator

    My solar generator is comprised of a single 12 volt, 10 watt solar panel that feeds a sealed 12 volt gel battery...

  • How to Choose a New Stove and Oven

    People like being able to control the flame on a gas stove and have the typically more even baking results of an electric oven...

  • Hyperactive Child in the House? the House Itself Could Relieve Symptoms

    To help these children you need to create a calm, consistent, clean space.

  • Create a Cozy Outdoor Autumn Room

    Take full advantage of this season by creating a cozy outdoor space where you can relax and take time to experience the aromas, sounds and colors of autumn.

  • How to Use Herbs to Freshen Your House

    Surrounding ourselves with pleasing scents is an easy, effective way to provoke feelings of comfort and calm.

  • No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

    If you love the classic "Jack-o-lantern" look without the bother of the carving process, simply draw in the eyes, nose and teeth in your favorite scary expression.

  • Infographic: The Garden -- a Living Coloring Book

    Perennials in Every Color of the Crayon Box

  • 6 Amazing Waffle Makers

    From the beginning, however, the popular waffle has often sported more decorative patterns than the simple grid and there have long been waffle irons to create a myriad of patterns in this delightful treat.

  • Easy Tips for Greening Your House

    By s.e. smith, NetworxSometimes it seems like greening your home requires a master's degree, a lot of money, and endless amounts of time. Fortunately, there are actually some very easy ways to green your home to make it easier on the environment, and on your pocketbook. You can save money on utilities, cut down on waste, and maybe even get a little decluttering in while you're at it.

  • What to Know Before You Hang a Flat Screen TV

    By Phil Schmidt, NetworxIf you've ever been to Graceland, you've undoubtedly seen the "TV room" with its three televisions built into the wall. Back in the 60s you had to be the King of Rock n' Roll to have such a groovy setup. Now you can buy everything you need to do this while shopping for groceries at the local discount warehouse. Not only that, your wall-hung TV can do something Elvis' never could: It can move. ...

  • Selling Your House After a Natural Disaster

    Assuming you’re looking to get the best price you can, as opposed to unloading the property at any cost, you must first and foremost completely document the problem and then repair the damages.

  • So You Got Evicted. What’s Next?

    If you are low-income, talk to your local housing authorities to see what help they have available. Availability of subsidized housing varies greatly by state. Otherwise, you have time. Talk to family, friends, legal advocates. Start searching rental ads

  • New England Design & Decor Elements

    The region is blessed with both coastal, rural and mountain regions which heavily influence the style.

  • Storage Features that Buyers Want

    Antique homes are charming, but were built in the time when the average woman had two or three dresses and maybe a couple of pairs of shoes. There were no big box stores.

  • How to Become a Local in a Tourist Town

    Start by recognizing that your new home is not just a tourist town. It’s also a place where people live and work, and have done so for years.