There's gold in your kitchen, as long as you know where to look. Try these new, creative uses for stuff most people throw away.
Need to touch up an old wheelbarrow? Create holiday decorations? Punch up an interior space? Reach for a can of versatile, easy-to-use spray paint.
Reading means books, and books mean a storage problem. Keep your favorites close with one of these affordable, nice-looking book storage solutions.
That old couch ain't much to look at and it's worse to sit in, but it doesn't have to be that way. Refresh it with these simple hacks.
If you suspect you may have bedbugs, but aren’t sure how to test for them, try this DIY bedbug detector before calling in the bug sniffing dogs.
Refinishing your grandmother's old dresser might be a terrible idea. Learn when you should refinish wood furniture, and when you should use a professional.
If you have a few orphaned rolls of wallpaper laying around, here are 21 creative ideas to use it up without putting it on the wall.
Pets are furry, friendly...and messy. If your pet soils the rug or furniture, get the spot (and smell) out with this green, DIY cleaner.
Putting on soft clothes that just came out of the dryer is great — but traditional dryer sheets are filled with chemicals. Instead, make this eco-friendly version.
Tired of paying for plumbing repairs? A plumbing industry veteran shares 10 easy repairs that don't require an expensive visit from the plumber.
If you'd like to make some home improvements now and recoup those costs when you sell, these are the 10 renovations that earn the best return.
If your garden overflows with fruit or you're looking to shave a few dollars off your grocery bill, consider canning. It's easier than you might think!
If you're thinking about tackling a big DIY project, you may want to think again. Screw one of these projects up, and it could ruin your home's value — or worse.
Before you start a DIY home renovation project, consider this question — are you really the right person for the job?
Art doesn't have to be high-brow -- or expensive -- to wow. Channel your inner creative, keep your home decor budget, and fill your rooms with art.
If you love the convenience of cleaning wipes but hate the chemicals they include, check out this tutorial for easy and cheap, DIY wipes.
Learn how one dedicated recycler earned $1,200, paid her tuition, repaired her furniture, and financed her wedding with discarded stuff she found.
One of the easiest ways to cut crafting costs is to source inexpensive supplies, and what could be cheaper than the recycling bin?
Are you ready for some spring redecorating...but your wallet isn't? Don't worry! You can spruce up your space with these 10 budget-friendly DIY ideas.
Milk crates are storage stalwarts because they're cheap and sturdy, but they can do so much more than just store books and LPs.
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