Drying your dishes might not seem like a chore so important that it would divide people into two teams, but it does.
Deep January and February freezes can turn a normally toasty home into an icebox, and no amount of warm, fuzzy blankets or piping mugs of hot chocolate can rectify the problem.
Keeping an organized, clean house is a little less like running a well-oiled machine as it is like running a company.
Butcher block countertops have been around for hundreds of years, and it’s easy to see why.
This year has marked the rise of the mix-and-match dining set, and we can’t lie – they look pretty spectacular.
Despite our best efforts, we sometimes leave a freshly uncorked bottle of wine half full (or is it half empty?
Here’s a fun fact: The average cutting board is nearly four times as dirty as your toilet seat.
Cast iron is arguably one of the greatest cooking assets to keep tucked away in your kitchen cabinets.
You’ve probably seen the word “eucalyptus” on countless bottles of shampoo, body wash and bubble bath, but you might be unfamiliar with the plant in its natural form.
Energy efficiency is trending in the world of kitchen design, and the tweaks are surprisingly easy to incorporate.
Grout: the infamous, tough-to-clean substance connecting the tile in your kitchen, bathroom and beyond.