Buying a home can be one of the most exciting things in your life...and the most unexpectedly expensive. Discover nine things you should budget for.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Real Estate and Housing
Give new life to your old furniture with this step-by-step guide to applying good old-fashioned paint.
by: Camilla Cheung | channel: DIY, Home
Working from home sounds like a great idea, but it's easy to bust your budget building the perfect office. Here's how to outfit your space for less.
by: Chris Birk | channel: Entrepreneurship, Home, Productivity
Want to get more work done? Change the place where you're working.
by: Glen Stansberry | channel: Entrepreneurship, Small Business Resource Center
Need to deck out your apartment, but short on funds? Not sure where to find the good deals on furniture and household goods? Look no further than your local neighborhood. Connectin
by: Sasha A. Rae | channel: Frugal Living
Last night I strolled through the furniture showroom with my jaw unhinged and my heart thumping: “Look at all this good-looking stuff!” After some careful consideration th
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Lifestyle, Shopping
Without a doubt, there are some components to today's beds that are just unnecessary, but I think that most can agree on the core parts of a functioning bed.
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: DIY, General Tips, Home
Here’s a little help. It takes two people to lift and carry the box. It measures 47.2 inches in length, 35.4 inches in height and 31.5 inches in width. It's from Europe. Oh, an
by: Paul Michael | channel: Life Hacks
Are you a super cheapskate with an affinity for making everything yourself? Here are some Instructables that will tickle your fancy! Learn to furnish your home, gather food, and
by: Xin Lu | channel: DIY
I am a believer in the idea that wealth can stunt personal creativity. When you can buy it all, what’s the need to invent anything? When I was a kid my mother forbade me from playi
by: Joann Hong | channel: DIY
Ok, recycling is as eco-friendly as I get so far, and I'm even too lazy for that sometimes. [more]
by: Joann Hong | channel: Consumer Affairs
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