A glimpse into our planet's future, the Third Rock Fire Pit from artisan Rick Wittrig is as haunting as it is beautiful. From Home Infatuation, the fire pit/sculpture will set you back a cool $1,500. For more stunning
We find high glossed coffee tables made out of tree slices to be organic, modern and very appealing. DIY-ing a coffee table would be a hefty task. However, slicing up a tree limb,
Still oozing with holiday generosity? Clean up and declutter your space, load up unused and unwanted furniture and accessories and...
"Ok sure, we can all recycle newspapers, magazines, our Coke cans, and our cereal boxes. Well, is that really it? Is that all you do to recycle? Take a look at my list below. If you are only recycling the obvious items you are not even chipping the surface. In fact, [this post] will not only tell you what to recycle, [it] will try to tell you how and where to do it."
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o Car Batteries.
" Garbage. Americans produce more and more of it every year, when we need to be producing less. Even the most waste-conscious among us can feel overwhelmed by the amount of household waste that goes beyond what municipal recyclers and compost bins can handle." Do your best by seeking to donate, reuse, and recycle the following.
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- Cardboard boxes
- CD/DVD/Video Games
"Your Construction Connection" tool site Toolbarn.com has assembled a list of suggestions of (moderately) simple DIY tips to make your house a little more environmentally friendly. Some of them are pretty obvious, and a couple are repeats, but there's a few gems worth pursuing.
- Install solar panels
- Use compact flourescent bulbs
- Roof improvements
- Use motion detector lighting
- Don't waste water
- Use a low-flow shower head
- Aluminum storm door