Learn how to build these elegant black picture frames without fancy tools or pro woodworking skills, and you can change the artwork in an instant using only tape.
Moisture and temperature extremes can damage concrete floors, walks and structures. Fortunately, you can make simple concrete repairs yourself.
Build these versatile crates for your home in a variety of sizes. Placed on the floor, stacked, or attached to a wall, they offer storage anywhere.
Transform a blank wall into a art gallery with these quick hanging tips, decorating pointers, and a handy hardware guide. Use these tips and tricks in any room.
Plan ahead to protect your home long before a severe weather event occurs.
These simple tips will help you conserve water while keeping your garden in tip-top shape.
In and out. In and out. Do you feel like a doorman for your pet? Learn how to install a pet door using standard tools you have around the house.
There are several factors to consider when choosing the best push mower or walk-behind mower to meet your needs. These mowers are effective on 1/2 acre or less.
Polish your DIY project skills with rewarding projects that bring beauty and character to your home -- indoors and out.
Learn which types of storm windows are best to help you save more energy and money in your home.
Create rustic, textured containers from a mixture of portland cement, perlite, and water. Once you master this technique, you can make containers in any size.
Compare the different types of riding lawn mowers so you can choose the best one to maintain your lawn. A riding mower is good for a yard a 1/2 acre or larger.
Nature's elements can break down asphalt and eventually cause cracks and potholes. But they're simpler than you think to repair driveway cracks.