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May 18

How to Arrange One Cheap Costco Bouquet, 3 Different Ways

Supermarket bouquets are notorious for being a hodgepodge of flowers that don’t necessarily look great together. But, even if you’re not a pro, it’s actually super easy to turn one inexpensive bunch into a series of beautiful arrangements. So skip the extra trip to the florist shop, and instead grab some cheap blooms while you do the rest of your grocery shopping.

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07
May 18

5 Things You Can Do On Your Summer Break to Increase Your Home's Value

Real talk: You don’t have to embark on a full gut renovation to boost the value of your home, or even its “wow” factor. Instead, tackling a series of smaller, more manageable projects can have just as much of an impact without breaking your budget or completely disrupting your life. Here are some projects that you can tackle when you have some time off this summer.

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06
May 18

This Photo-Friendly Tree is The OG Designer Plant

I looooove fiddle leaf figs. I first noticed them in Wilson’s office on House, of all places. I’d get so distracted admiring the plant that I’d have to rewind to catch the dialogue. Now that I have my own fiddle leaf fig, it’s affectionately known as “the Wilson plant.” The good news is, if I can take care of one, you can too. Here are some tips for keeping them healthy and happy.

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30
Apr 18

You've Been Using Command Strips All Wrong

Command strips are game changers for renters and dorm residents — or really anyone really who doesn’t want to do damage to their walls. We love all the ways they are handy around the house, use them all the time in our studio for photoshoots, and have learned a thing or two about best practices. If you haven’t cracked the Command strip code, and still have issues making them work for you, avoid these six common, but preventable mistakes.

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05
Apr 18

Foolproof Ways to Keep Your Succulents Alive and Thriving

Succulents are delightful little plants that boast a variety of fun colors, textures, and shapes. They are sometimes said to “thrive on neglect,” and while they definitely don’t require much fussing over, it’s still best to know what they like and what they don’t. Here are our top tips for succulent growing and care.

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29
Mar 18

5 Ways You're Ruining Your Towels Without Realizing It

Are you hanging up your towels after every use and giving them a good wash at the end of the week? Well stop it! As well-intentioned as your bath linen routine might be, you could be sabotaging your towel’s inalienable rights to life, longevity and fluffiness. Here are five ways you’re ruining your towels without realizing it…

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19
Mar 18

Save Yourself a Trip to IKEA With This Clever Shopping Hack

IKEA stuff is great. But sometimes a trip to IKEA is something less than great. This is especially true in New York, where going to IKEA means taking a subway, then a ferry, crossing a massive parking lot, navigating the labyrinthine pathways of the store itself, and then waiting in a freakishly long line, trying to resist the urge to cut someone while hoping and praying that you’ll get through the line fast enough to catch the ferry before it leaves so that you don’t wind up waiting 45 minutes, in the cold, for the next one to arrive.

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26
Feb 18

Why You Should Always Put a Coffee Filter In Your Flower Pots

Plants add vibrancy to our living spaces like nothing else quite can. And although tending to them isn’t necessarily hard, they are living things that require our time and attention. Anything that makes caring for plants a bit easier is a plus in our book — because this means we can add a few more! Here’s how coffee filters contribute to smart, less-mess plant maintenance.

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18
Feb 18

Dead Battery? How to Jump Start a Car Like a Pro

You run out of the house already late for work, hop in the car and turn the key in the ignition … only to hear a “click click” noise instead of the comforting hum of the engine. Obviously something’s not right. Is it the battery (easy fix), the alternator (more complicated), or both? Whatever it is, it’s not the end of the world. Take a deep breath, because you got this.

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14
Feb 18

This Photo-Friendly Plant is The Ultimate Design Statement

I looooove fiddle leaf figs. I first noticed them in Wilson’s office on House, of all places. I’d get so distracted admiring the plant that I’d have to rewind to catch the dialogue. Now that I have my own fiddle leaf fig, it’s affectionately known as “the Wilson plant.” The good news is, if I can take care of one, you can too. Here are some tips for keeping them healthy and happy.

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