Looking for an oversized front porch planter that won't break the bank? Learn how to upcycle an inexpensive plastic trash can into a farmhouse-chic flower pot for less than $10.
You've probably seen ads for the Bug Bite Thing — a popular insect bite and sting extraction device featured on Shark Tank. But does it really work? We put it to the test.
Meet the lucky winner of HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 in Portland, Maine.
Follow our instructions to upcycle inexpensive metal hanging planters into a gorgeous, cottage-style topiary base for your favorite climbing vine or flower.
Meet the lucky winner of HGTV Dream Home 2021 in Newport, RI.
Has your plastic laundry basket seen better days? Give it new life as a summery, jute-wrapped flower container.
Don't toss those spent tires! Turn them into chic planters with a little paint and a few basic materials from the hardware store.
Transform your drab slab into a bright, beautiful outdoor oasis with this easy stenciling project inspired by colorful Morrocan tile.
Turn a treasured piece of art into a keepsake with this easy printer paper transfer project. Keep in mind: Price and stock may change and we may make money off any links.
Feeling lucky? Go green this St. Patrick's Day with one of these gorgeous, easy-to-make flower arrangements inspired by the rich hues of the Emerald Isle.
Ditch the chemicals with these easy-to-make, all-natural versions of cleaners you use on the reg.
Taking out the trash is a chore no more. Wave goodbye to germs and hello to a touch-free trash bin that will change your kitchen game for good.
Dust off the last crumbs of winter with these fun and colorful DIY projects you can tackle in a weekend or less.
Pruning, watering, repotting, oh my! Keep your finicky ficus alive and thriving with our 10 easy-to-follow tips.
Remodeling on a budget? Give outdated floors a refresh with our step-by-step guide to painting and stenciling ceramic tile. All you need are a few basic supplies and a free weekend to totally transform the look of a laundry room, bathroom or other place in your home that's plagued by old or dirty tile. The best part? You can do it all for less than $75 and without special equipment.