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Our homes provide comfort and a safe haven in times of uncertainty

To a certain degree, external events influence decorating trends. This year’s political climate, for example, is encouraging people to embrace tradition.

Wild Edibles

Here are some wild edible plants you can try...The following plants are most nutritious and tender the first few weeks after they appear in spring...

Senior Safety: Ways to keep a loved one safe from a potentially devastating fall

Falls are the leading cause of injuries among seniors. They threaten not only their health, but also their independence and ability to care for themselves.

Feature Home: A Tiny Home for Two

This tiny home built by Ian Adamson and Leah Garcia boasts all the features you’d expect in the dream home of a sporty, successful Boulder couple.

Fishing for Greener Choices: seafood choices

Trying to eat healthy and sustainably can be fishy business when it comes to seafood. Here are the reasons why your seafood-buying choices matter.

Ways to kick plastic to the curb

Simple lifestyle changes can reduce your plastic footprint. Just ask Beth Terry, who went from throwing out 3.5 pounds of plastic trash in a single month to less than 2 pounds a year.

Use cues from nature to brighten living spaces during the dreary winter

Interior stylist Selina Lake uses natural inspiration to brighten living spaces. Here are just a few of her tips.

Why more walls are suddenly wearing wallpaper

Wallpaper has made a splashy comeback, thanks to new technologies and striking designs

These decorating tips can help make your living space more inviting

Eye-pleasing interior designs are easy to achieve, even for the inexperienced. Here are 12 hacks to help decorating rookies get started.