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We’ve been researching, testing, and recommending window air conditioners since 2012 and we think the LG LW8016ER is the best choice for most rooms because it cools effectively and it’s q
We’ve explained before that when you’re selling or giving away your old smart-home devices, it’s critical to do a factory reset on them first in order to protect your data and privacy.
After researching more than 60 monitor arms and testing 10 over the past two years, we found that the AmazonBasics Single Monitor Display Mounting Arm is the best for most people who want to
Not everyone wants to carry a $450 travel rewards credit card. Even though the benefits may outweigh the costs, that’s a lot of money to pony up for a piece of plastic. And you may not even
Once upon a time, only infants and kids needed a story to go to sleep, and all adults could ever wish for was a bed and some peace and quiet. But if you buy into what retailers are trying to
A counter-depth refrigerator sits nearly flush with your cabinets and counters, lending your kitchen an upscale look. If that’s the style you’re after, we’d suggest looking at the Kitch
Nothing streamlines daily cooking prep like a mandoline. You can save time in the kitchen—and achieve precise cuts without needing to learn any knife skills—with the sharp, long-lasting,
The Platinum Card from American Express, one of the original premium cards, burst onto the scene and entered cardholders’ wallets (by invitation only) in 1984. Compared with the Chase Sapph
The best headphones for you not only sound great but also do everything else you need, whether they fit in your pocket, block out noise on your subway commute, or stay secure during your work
To find our favorite learning apps and games for kids, we spent more than 40 hours researching and testing 50-plus apps recommended by educators, experts, and parents. If your family has a ta
Family rooms are often looked at as one of the most comfortable places in your home. Savannah and Mallory of Classy Clutter were able to take advantage of Lifeproof carpet form The Home Depot to make
Landscaping 101 – Tools & Planting When we bought our first home 13 years ago, we were lured by the idea of having at least half an acre of land. Little did we know that it would involve
An outdoor makeover can seem like a huge project. See how Stacy Risenmay of Not Just A Housewife was able to use Home Depot products to create raised herb gardens to clean up her outdoor space. Clean
DIY American Flag Planter Box Want to add a little bit of a patriotic flair to your Summer porch or patio? This DIY American Flag planter box is so simple to make from start to finish, you can
With summer really warming up, it’s the perfect time to put the finishing touches on your dream yard. Andi Teggart of Lucky Collective was able to use existing materials from her falling-apart gara
Grilled Corn & Pesto Pizza I have been pinning lots of grilled pizza recipes, but honestly I’ve never grilled a pizza before. Then I stumbled upon a recipe for grilled corn pizza and deci
Renovations can be difficult for small patios. Arie Williams, of Delightfully Styled transformed her backyard patio space with the help of paint, planters and patio furniture from The Home Depot.
Saving Etta: Living Room Reveal I know it’s been a while since you received a Saving Etta update. And, there’s a good reason for the delay. Not only did I renovate two bathrooms for our loc
Jocie Hagan of One Project Closer was able to use some products from The Home Depot to bring her house up to speed and boost curb appeal. Our 1976 home was begging us to bring it to the twenty-first
Summertime often makes use feel inspired to tackle on a project or two. Jaime Costiglio, a DIY Master and Woodworker, took on a 3-part hexagon project to accommodate several different occasions. Read
Summer is in full swing. We all want to ensure that our backyard is ready for it as soon as are families are ready to entertain. And when are kids are ready to play with it. Jamie Dorobek of C.R.A.F.
Have you desired to get your carpet replaced, but you’re curious about what the process looks like? Alexi Politis Parry from Seeking Alexi recently got her carpets replaced by The Home Depot, and
DFW is a rapidly changing all the time. We sometimes get frustrated with traffic delays as new roads are built. We sometimes get tired of the constant construction projects for new shopping centers. B
The backyard area is the perfect place for entertaining in the summer. Serena Appiah of Thrift Diving created the ultimate entertaining area with the help of pavers from The Home Depot. Before the M
We all do what we can to make our yards look presentable, especially in the front yard. Sarah Pelletier of Birch Landing Home was able to take a drilled wellhead and hide it, creating an eye-catching
You’ve got an older home, but you’ve got eco-friendliness on your mind, and you want to do everything possible to add improvements that will benefit the environment. Check out these great ideas fo
DIY Wooden Bath Tray with Phone Holder Are you looking to add some beautiful functionality to your bathroom? This DIY Wooden Bath Tray (with Phone Holder) is the perfect addition! It turns a pl
How to Make a Mini Macrame Wall Hanging If there’s one hobby that has become quite the obsession for me – it’s macrame! It’s really fun to create and the projects are inexpensive to com
It’s that time of year again – Spring Cleaning Time! We need to get ready for the warmer weather by opening the windows and getting busy with ridding our homes of the dusty musty winter air. Some
Saving Etta: Upstairs Bathroom Reveal Today I’m revealing the last bathroom in the Saving Etta house. This bathroom is a departure from the more modern master bathroom and the shared downstai
Make Your Own “Living Blinds” Looking for privacy or a way to decorate dormer windows? Look no further, because today I’m going to show you how to make these bohemian style living blinds!
3 Ways to Shorten Light Fixtures for Low Ceilings Hey all, do you have eight foot ceilings or lower? Have you lamented the fact that the light fixtures you love will be too tall for your height
North Texas has been a bit soggy lately. It means roads are wet, flooded, or even severely damaged by all that water draining into the storm drains. To stay safe, you don’t have to remain at home. T
Before the rains begin again, it looks like DFW is going to be enjoying some nice weather. It’s time to begin getting the kids out of the house for some fun on the weekend before the rain ends and s
If you own a home, going solar is a no-brainer. Upon installation of a solar system you immediately begin to reduce your energy bills. As an investment, solar can provide an amazing return every month
When you live in DFW, you realize it’s a huge place, made up of individual cities. Sometimes that idea can be overwhelming. And sometimes, having our own little city is comforting with so much going
Every one, both old and young, are constantly dreaming of new ideas or new ways to do things. People create fascinating new products and great new concepts just sitting around a coffee table. However,
Most homeowners make a big mistake while planning their kitchen or bathroom remodeling project. They think that products found in their local home improvements stores or on a few websites are their on
The quest for eco-friendly apartments and homes is spreading fast, and we have seven great ideas to quickly and constructively join the green movement. Check these out: Outside If you are in an arid c
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