Indoor plants aren’t just a great way to add style to your home—they can also help you breathe better by naturally purifying your air and removing carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and biological pollutants. Whether you’re suffering from spring allergies or just want to get a better night’s sleep, try these air purifying indoor plants.
If you’re looking for an affordable way to give your bedroom a sleek, modern vibe while ditching your box spring, this low-profile bed frame from Zinus is worth checking out. With a 4.6 out of 5 star rating, customers are raving about it—and here’s why:
If you’ve always dreamed about spending your spring and summer on your own beautiful deck or patio, but you’ve put off renovating that cracked concrete slab patio or worn out wood deck because you weren’t sure it was in your budget, you need to know about these affordable decking tiles.
Sitting down with a bowl of popcorn and streaming your favorite show can be a relaxing way to unwind after a long day, but bagged microwave popcorn isn’t always the healthiest snack. The plastic and paper wrapping create more waste, and it’s less cost effective than buying popcorn in bulk. The biggest downside of making your own popcorn has always been the lack of convenience. But you don’t need to use a stove top popper to eat your favorite snack.
Maybe you already recycle but you hate the way that clunky blue bin takes up kitchen space. Maybe you just sobbed through the walrus scene in Our Planet and you’re newly committed to reducing your impact but you’re living in a small space. These in-cabinet recycling bins will help you cut down on waste without taking up precious floor space.
If you’re spending more time in your garden this spring, you might have noticed the warmer weather has encouraged wasps to spend more time in it too. Fortunately, you can keep yourself and your children safe from stings with these solar powered wasp traps.