The coronavirus craft effect: Sewing machines are on back order, virtual sewing classes are all the rage, and mask makers are rockstars.


The urban canopy has never looked more interesting or been more inspiring. But the benefits go beyond aesthetics.

Experts offer a checklist of items and strategies to make the homecoming painless for both human and animal.

Mineral deposits may be the problem — or someone in the house may have diabetes.


The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

The coronavirus craft effect: Sewing machines are on back order, virtual sewing classes are all the rage, and mask makers are rockstars.

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Companies have ramped up their safety procedures, and you can, too.

Fixing the problem will prevent the floor from sagging in the future.

Adrian Higgins took questions on gardening.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

The homemade (or store-bought) nesting boxes are an effective way to draw wild species to your domain.

Pros and cons for each type of unit, and how to shop for them.

When wood is missing, it gets complicated.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

Whether you have a backyard big enough for socially distanced entertaining, or even a stoop, balcony, patio or corner lot, you can upgrade your outdoor space to make it somewhere to visit.

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Hydrangeas, roses and other standards that thrive elsewhere may struggle in the Mid-Atlantic climate. But there are plenty of other options.

Shims must be inserted carefully and correctly, and then glued in place.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

Solitude takes on new meaning at the pandemic-shuttered Cloisters in New York.

From Instacart to dogwalkers, there are multiple options to keep you out of stores.

The trick is to remove and reinstall the molding that holds the glass in place.

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