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Top 10 Best-Selling Home Products at Amazon.com

Top 10 Best-Selling Home Products at Amazon.com 1 × SimpleHouseware Pan and Pot-Lid Rack SimpleHouseware Pan and Pot-Lid Rack PHOTO: AMAZON Save cabinet and counter space with this 5-pot organizer. About $14.47; Amazon 2 × COMOWARE Titanium Twist Drill Bit Set COMOWARE Titanium Twist Drill Bit Set PHOTO: AMAZON 13-piece set with holder for an array of home improvement and DIY uses. About $9.99; Amazon 3 × Dremel Power Cleaner Dremel Power Cleaner PHOTO: AMAZON This power scrubber makes quick work of cleaning sinks, glass stove tops, oven window, shower tile and glass doors, bathtub handles and drains, and much more.…


FOR SALE | Christie Brinkley’s Hamptons Home

Christie Brinkley is one step closer to saying goodbye to her super real estate investments in the Hamptons. Savvy about the Hamptons real estate market, she owns two exceptional residences now for sale: a 20-acre, 11,037-square-foot family compound, Tower Hill, in Bridgehampton listed at $29.5 million, and a smaller, beautifully-situated 5,500-square-foot residence on 4.5 acres on the bay in Sag Harbor built by a whaling captain in 1843. https://www.thisoldhouse.com/ideas/sale-christie-brinkleys-hamptons-home


Portlandia: Inside the Remodeled Farmhouse of a Cult Favorite Ceramicist

We’ve been fans of Portland, Oregon-based Notary Ceramics—the project of ceramicist Sarah Van Raden—ever since she exhibited at our Portland Market a few years back. Since then, her vessels and artful flower frogs have popped up everywhere, well beyond the Pacific Northwest. But becoming one of the country’s cult favorite ceramicists was not always the plan. Van Raden first took a pottery class in college, but didn’t go near a wheel again until a decade later, when she signed up for a class at a local art school. After that, she was hooked: she saved up for a kiln and…


Government Earmarks $11.5 Million for Building Research

The Department of Energy will spend $11.5 million on 16 research projects aimed at improving the energy performance of building envelopes and HVAC systems in U.S. homes. The Building America Industry Partnerships will underwrite research in three broad categories: advanced residential envelope and HVAC systems, fault analysis for residential HVAC systems, and how building industry standards affect energy performance. The announcement came from the Building Technologies Office (BTO), which is part of the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy. The average American household spends more than $2,000 a year on energy bills, with U.S. homes accounting…


L.A. Story: A Budget Kitchen Makeover, DIY Countertop Hack Included

Last week, we received an email from Jessica Bunge, senior market editor at Emily Henderson Design, that grabbed our attention. She had recently renovated the small kitchen in her 363-square-foot apartment in Los Angeles. Among her design inspirations? The kitchen of Sarah Lonsdale, one of Remodelista’s founding team members. Would we like to see her remodeled space, she wondered. One look at the before/after pictures, and it was clear that we needed to write about it. From the chic built-in breakfast nook to the simple plywood countertop, which covers the unattractive countertop underneath—an idea she got from Sarah’s own rental…


Green Tech and Rare Earth Elements

More aggressive recycling programs for discarded electronics would help recover the rare earth metals that allow them to operate. In contrast to the European Union, the U.S. has no laws that require manufacturers to accept these goods for recycling. [Image credit: George Hotelling / CC BY-SA / Flickr.] This post originally appeared at Ensia. The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on climate change argued that we must cut global emissions in half by 2030 in order to meet the goal of keeping global warming to 1.5ºC as agreed to in Paris in 2015 at the Conference of the…

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