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Congratulations to Our Boost Your Roost Contest Winners!

The Smith family, winners of the Boost Your Roost contest

Allison and Aaron Smith are the winners of the Boost Your Roost contest. Image: HouseLogic

Family wins $20,000 from HouseLogic for their backyard redo. Read More

A DIY Weekend Project for Book Lovers

A Little Free Library branch

A Little Free Library allows people to take a book and leave a book. Image: Little Free Library

This DIY project combines books, carpentry, and community building. Read More

Bumbo Baby Seats Recalled: Babies Can Fall and Crack Their Skulls

Bumbo seats should not be placed on raised surfaces

These Bumbo Baby Seats are being recalled because babies can fall out of them. Image: CPSC

The CPSC is recalling 4 million more Bumbo Baby Seats that can cause serious injury to babies who wiggle out and fall. Read More

It’s a Short Walk to the Toilet in the Middle of the Night

A boutique hotel with a glass-enclosed shower

Home designers are following the lead of some boutique hotels in locating loos right in the bedroom. This hotel doesn't go quite that far — but far enough, in our opinion. Image: Clayton Hauck/Longman & Eagle

Here’s a trend that takes toilets out of the bathroom and into the bedroom. De rigueur or déclassé? Read More

5 Simple and Gratifying Extreme Green Trends

House built with cordwood

They’re sustainable — built with scrap wood and mortar — and their thick walls reduce the need for energy to heat and cool. Would you live in a cordwood masonry house? Image: Tony Wrench/That Round House

How far will you go to get your green on? Would you live in the treetops? Share toys? Tell us what you think. Read More

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