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Learn how to quickly and easily tarp a roof before or after a storm to protect your home from roof leaks.
Decorate your doors, windows or walls for the fall season with this bright festive wreath. #entryway #frontporch #door #halloween #decor #pumpkins #lowes
This grouping of four chairs around a coffee table creates the perfect conversation area. Ground the furniture with an area rug. #homedecor | BHG
Our Fifth House shares what she's learned when it comes to caring for the somewhat finicky fiddle leaf fig.
Can You Put it in the Dishwasher? An After-Thanksgiving Guide | Apartment Therapy
Hurricane Prep and Recovery: We're here to help. Find what you need to stay safe.
Herb Substitutes | Although each herb has its own distinctive flavor, there's no culinary rule that says you can't substitute one herb in place of another. Try something new to spice up your cooking or as an emergency substitution.
Watering orchids doesn't have to be complicated, considering they're low-maintenance by nature. Our easy care guide will help you navigate through the myths and allow you to water your orchids the right way to keep them healthy and looking great. | BHG
Whether your succulents are indoors, in outdoor containers, or in the ground, find out from Better Homes and Gardens how often you should water them and the best practices for ensuring that your plants are well cared for.
Here's how to remove a popcorn ceiling via the DIY route: the tools you need, the steps to take, and more for smooth ceiling bliss.
When cooking your holiday favorites this season, keep in mind bakeware material can impact how evenly and quickly heat is being transferred from the pan to the food. Meaning the type of pan you use affects how the food is cooked. To make sure your foods are cooked to perfection every time, reference this cheat sheet.
We love it when one cleaning tool can do multiple jobs. Check out these uses for magic erasers!
Keeping your plants clean (and dust-free) is vital to their health and happiness. Along with attracting harmful pests, too much dust on your plant's leaves can make it hard for your houseplants to absorb light and properly photosynthesize.