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This homeowner shows HGTV Magazine how to go green by decorating the kitchen with found objects and repurposed materials.
Take a look at some viewers' crafting ideas, from a pencil holder to a snowman.
These designer bathrooms, which use stylish eco-friendly products, prove that green doesn't mean frumpy.
Homeowners share economical, innovative ideas for redoing a bathroom.
For a unique and eco-friendly look, try using salvaged materials in your bathroom design: reclaimed wood, antique tiles and even old si...
Conventional plywood contains urea-formaldehyde, which off-gasses into the air, but eco-friendly formaldehyde-free plywood eliminates t...
Turn a boxy, boring room into a charming space with built-in shelves and plenty of character.
Sasha Andreev shows host Joan Steffend some great trash-to-treasure items made from materials found in and around the woods.
Sasha Andreev shows host Joan Steffend how to create contemporary artwork from pieces of plywood.
Sasha Andreev shows Joan Steffend new uses for old linoleum.
These pincushions are crafted in the old German tradition of recycling -- making something useful from cast-off items. Everything is ma...
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