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Going green starts at home, and gardening can be a great way to be a bit more sustainable, help the environment but also grow your own beautiful flowers or fresh vegetables. From guerrilla gardening to great plant stories and planting tips and tricks, here are some ways to make your home a more amazing and eco-friendly place.

Nuts To Them! 8 Brilliant Backyard Squirrel Feeders

Got urban wildlife? The get one of these 8 brilliant backyard squirrel feeders are designed to assist our nut-storing neighbors in preparing for winter!

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Small but Beautiful: Showcase of Tiny Houses

Tiny House Blog is the perfect place to go to see examples of how to make small living work for you.

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Kelp Constructs: Could Seaweed Replace Paper and Plastic?

Designer Julia Lohmann creates lamps, hats and other objects using kelp, a sustainable seaweed that could potentially replace plastic in some applications.

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Twisted Sisters: Amazing Tortoiseshell Cats & Kittens

Beautiful black & orange Tortoiseshell Cats are fast emerging as one of the most popular cats around. Have you got the fortitude to own a cat with “tortitude”?

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Cycle of Design: 13 Bike-Inspired Home Furnishings

Cycling enthusiasts can fill their homes with all kinds of bike-inspired furniture and decor items, like bike chain chandeliers and cog coasters.

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Nice Racks! 10 High, Dry & Handsome Dish Drainers

Modern dish racks and drainers can give your kitchen a kinder, gentler and greener vibe. Here are 10 of the most spectacular racks around.

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12 Easy Eco-Friendly DIY Tricks to Save Money at Home

Make your home greener with natural cleaner recipes, energy-saving tips and DIY home tutorials.

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27 Space-Saving Tricks and Techniques for Tiny Houses

You can pack a lot more than you'd think into a tiny house or micro studio apartment when you use tricks like these, using unused space for storage.

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7-Foot-Wide Tiny Home in Tokyo Houses Two Families

This super-narrow house in Tokyo is less than seven feet wide, but manages to accommodate two families.

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Shop Handmade: 16 Eco Etsy Finds for the Home

Fill your home with colorful, one-of-a-kind, eco-friendly accents like these 16 beautiful and creative recycled home decor items including rugs and clocks.

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Brick-Shaped Beer Bottles Save Space, Become Building Blocks

Two stackable brick and cube-shaped designs for Heineken beer bottles turn these disposable packages into potentially valuable building materials.

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8 Over-the-Top Products for Overprotective Parents

These 8 over-the-top baby, toddler and child products will ensure your precious snowflakes remain safe, secure and insulated from the weird wild world.

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Prefab Eco House in France Boasts Breezy, Modern Design

This sustainable prefab house in a suburb of Paris features a stunning rooftop terrace with gardening space, a balcony and an outdoor dining deck.

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Dream Retreats: 15 Rustic, Reclaimed and Remote Cabins

These 15 cabins, often made of reclaimed materials, offer eco-friendly wilderness retreats that might just tempt you into a simpler life with a great view.

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Solar and Wind-Powered Outdoor Lighting at IKEA

Looking for good quality solar lights for your yard or garden? IKEA's Solvinden line includes stake lights and string lights, and some are even wind-powered.

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