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10 Easy Pieces: Canvas Storage Containers

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9 Basement Ceiling Ideas

The well of basement ceiling ideas runs deep, making it possible to downplay or disguise unsightly overhead features without sacrificing height. A new ceiling treatment can bring the style and finishing touch your basement remodel deserves. Whatever your budget, here are several basement ceiling options for you to choose from. Cover the Ceiling with Fabric Show off your bohemian side with a fabric ceiling covering. Staple sheets or other fabric to the floor joists overhead, allowing them to billow down in tufts. This technique softens the space while hiding the mess above. For a more dramatic effect, use colorful parachutes…

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Electric Vehicle Transition Reaches a Turning Point

This post originally appeared at Yale Environment 360. The failure of the Texas electric grid in February, coming just weeks after General Motors’s pledge to make only electric vehicles by 2035, highlights the daunting task the United States faces as it takes the first steps toward weaning its economy off fossil fuels. While GM’s announcement is striking from a historical vantage point—the nation’s largest automaker choosing to jettison the internal combustion engine—the collapse of the Texas grid underscores how far the country has to go as it attempts to “electrify everything.” Despite these challenges, the U.S. finds itself at a…

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Ingenious Hot Tub Deck Ideas

Being able to unwind after a long day in your very own hot tub is a dream for many homeowners, but part of that dream likely includes an attractive, restful ambiance. A hot tub that’s plopped into the middle of a yard won’t look like it belongs there—it should either be built into the landscape, or the perfect setting should be designed around the tub. Here are some inventive and resourceful backyard hot tub ideas for you to consider, for truly creating a personal oasis. Build a Privacy Wall GAP Interiors Most people would prefer to enjoy a relaxing soak…

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A Petite 1901 House in Concord, MA, Redone by a Former Magazine Creative

Nikki Amodio’s fascination with design started before she reached double digits. “At age 9, I deconstructed all of my bedroom furniture in an attempt to create something new, modern, and interesting for myself,” she recalls. Later she studied at the School of Visual Art with a focus on sculpture and performance, then got her own furniture patent on “Cush: A Transformable Living System,” a full-size bed that “divides and stacks,” she says, to transform into a sofa, chair, and coffee table. Then she worked in publishing—including as associate art director at The Atlantic—before starting a family. Even so, her fourth…

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The BS* + Beer Show: The Kendeda Building at Georgia Tech, a Living Building Challenge Case Study

Join us on Thursday, July 1, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. EST for a case study: The Kendeda Building at Georgia Tech. Shan Arora, director of The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, will give us a virtual tour of “the greenest classroom in the U.S.” Bob Kovacs and Jimmy Mitchel will explain their involvement in the project, and all three will lead a discussion on this Living Building Challenge–certified triumph. We will learn about the design thinking, materials selections, systems, and construction methods that produced this regenerative building in a hot-humid climate. Use this link to register for The BS* +…

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