The best options for the plant-challenged — and how to take care of them.
Fall is the perfect time for planting, so hit up the clearance tables now for perennials, roses, ornamental grasses and more.
Every homeowner should have a reputable plumber at the ready, whether it’s for a routine issue or an emergency.
Faux houseplants are no longer uncool. Experts give tips on how to pick and place them.
A full renovation can cost you thousands, but you can significantly improve your bathroom with much less.
Decluttering is only half the battle. Here's advice on how to get rid of stuff you no longer need or want.
Designer Annie Elliott joins Jura Koncius to talk about front door colors and styles and issues related to curb appeal.
Don't overlook the real estate around your bed when decorating your bedroom. It's a place to showcase your creativity while also addressing practical needs.
Some are thicker than others. Some bill themselves as being greener. Some try to mask your stinky garbage with the scent of faux cherry blossoms. So how do you choose one?
First, do what you can to protect your home’s foundation. Then you can fix those cracks.
The vast majority of the top five projects involve outdoor work.
Organizing tips for tools, sports equipment and camping gear.
Many people believe you need a 20 percent down payment to buy a house. While that amount is preferable, there are many programs offering financial assistance to first-time buyers and mortgages requiring as little as 3 percent down.
If you are coughing, short of breath, wheezing or have chronic headaches, you may need to become an air-quality detective.
What you need to know about space heaters, generators, power outages and more.
What model do I need, and can I replace one myself?
Patricia Bowling of the American Home Furnishings Alliance answers questions about pandemic delays and furniture deliveries.
Regular cleanings go a long way toward keeping your bathroom tidy, even if you only have a few minutes.
Whether you’re making a repair that could be covered by your insurance policy or will need to update your policy to reflect the changes you make to your home, it’s smart to keep your insurance company in the loop.