Toxic Plants, Tiny Kitchens, and Upcycled Art Projects

Toxic Plants, Tiny Kitchens, and Upcycled Art Projects

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Jan 29, 2011

Welcome to the weekend! We're waving goodbye to January very soon, but not before we've rounded up the hot posts from this past week: from the 3rd annual Homies Awards to a roundup of tiny kitchens; from tips on how to properly take care of your washer and dryer to creative indoor planters, toxic house plants (for our lovable pets, anyway), and living without a garbage disposal—check out these posts and more and get the scoop on what readers were talking about this week.

FIRST ROW

• Our hot posts this week!
Lynn and Steve's Carriage House Restore
10 Tiny Kitchens We Love
The Homies: Best Green Home Blog of 2011?
Before & After: Taking a Kitchen from Dark to Light

SECOND ROW

Attention List Lovers: Essential Checklists for a Health, Eco-Friendly Home
10 Tips for Extending the Life of Your Washer and Dryer
Creative Indoor Planters
10 Upcycled Art Projects: If You Love It, Hang It!
Give Up Soap and Shampoo Forever? Sean Bonner Thinks So

THIRD ROW

Smart Upcycling: Use a Wooden Box To Hide Cords
Why Front Load Washers Are More Efficient
Green Style: Amazing Shipping Container Home
Common Houseplants That Are Toxic to Pets
Living Without a Garbage Disposal

(Images: See linked posts for full image credits)

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