Is it possible to find a laundry hamper that's cheap, sturdy, and so stylish that it makes you feel like Jean Seberg in 1960s Paris? No, it isn't. That's why you'll have to make your own. This vintage inspired design cost around $20 to make and is perfect for holding all your Breton stripe shirts.
Even though my house might not reflect it sometimes (hey, I'm human too), I actually greatly enjoy cleaning. That said, I loathe cleaning baseboards. Sure to do them right it involves buckets and cleaners, rags and... ugh. Just ugh.
Having in-unit laundry machines is a luxury right up there with having a dishwasher, a flood of natural light and perhaps parking. When you get a stain, have guests over or just plain need something clean to wear, there's nothing better than being able to do a quick load without having to schelp all your stuff to the laundromat. If you have a little space that you can give up in your bathroom or closet, you might be able to gain a whole laundry area.
Oh, perfume! So luxurious, so seductive, so hard to pick out for someone else. This Valentine's Day, instead of gambling on a pricy bottle, perhaps you'd like to add some deliciously-scented fun and sexy silliness to the proceedings..
When it comes to most things I buy for my home (toilet paper, for example), I am pretty flexible: I will buy what is at Costco or what is on sale, including generic or store brands. But with certain products I am very brand loyal (even when my budget tells me to be otherwise).Do you have brand loyalty with certain household products?
We are always on the lookout for new ways to help streamline eco-friendly living, and this year we featured an abundance of great ideas that are easy to incorporate into daily routines and flexible enough to customize. Check out some of our favorite easy tips for sustainable living.
Pint-sized kitchens and other pretend play appliances rank high on holiday lists, but what about a washing machine that might actually encourage kids to put their dirty clothes in the right place? File under funny, cute and smart.
Inspired by the sarlacc, the multi-tentacled monster who looks like a hole in the desert floor, lined by rows of teeth. Well, the less angry version of that is shown here, made of recycled cardboard and a laundry basket.
I have air dried the majority of my clothes for the last several years. My husband and I have always had a clothesline that runs across our living space (it helps when you live in an open loft). It works great, but by doing that we look a little bit like poor college kids. This built-in laundry rack is a perfect DIY solution, especially as we head into sweater season.