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How to Makeover Your Apartment or Home, Then Protect Your Stuff

How to Makeover Your Apartment or Home, Then Protect Your Stuff


Easy, affordable upgrades or wow-factor statement pieces can breathe new life into your rented apartment. And once you've spent the time, energy, and money to reboot your living space, it's a good idea to take a few easy steps to acquire renters insurance

Watch: 'Pose' Star Dominique Jackson to Appear on HGTV's 'House Hunters'

Watch: 'Pose' Star Dominique Jackson to Appear on HGTV's 'House Hunters'

May 19, 2021

Dominique Jackson, best known for her role as Electra on "Pose," is heading to the world of...real estate!

Could Your Pet Have Better Judgment Than an AI Dating App?

May 18, 2021

According to new research, two in every three Americans will end their relationship if their pet doesn't approve.

In a Year of Lemons, How Lemonade Insurance Also Supports Vital LGBTQ Organizations


Lemonade has turned wishful thinking into a reality with a technology-driven business model that makes acquiring various insurance types as easy as a few clicks, as well as a robust social action plan.

How to Plan an Eco-Friendly Remodel Without Overspending

By Annie Millerbernd, NerdWallet | May 13, 2021

Whether you're incorporating sustainability into your kitchen remodel or making specific changes to lower your utility bills, a green remodel doesn't have to be expensive. It can even save you money in the long term.

Buff & Shirtless, Potter Gets Patrick Swayze Vibes on Social Media

May 11, 2021

"I make stuff out of clay," says hunky, 20-year old ceramic artist Theo Hirschfield on his Instagram page. And it has made him a social media sensation with many hoping he will recreate the iconic scene from the romantic drama "Ghost."

Dubai Luxury Home Market Soars as World's Rich Flee Pandemic

By Isabel DeBre | May 6, 2021

After nearly three decades in London, Christophe Reech was fed up with the city's pandemic lockdowns. This spring, he sold his luxury townhouse and jetted off to the desert sheikhdom of Dubai to start a new life with his family.

5 Tips to Help Calm Your Dog During Thunderstorms

May 5, 2021

If thunderstorms make your dog a scaredy-cat, we've got five helpful tips for when the forecast calls for ruff weather.

'Antique Roadshow' Flips the Script with Celebrity Editions

By Mark Kennedy | May 3, 2021

Chef, cookbook author and TV host Carla Hall was one of several celebrity guests on four new special episodes of "Antiques Roadshow" that were filmed during the pandemic.

3D Printing's New Challenge: Solving the US Housing Shortage

By Terence Chea | Apr 28, 2021

A new generation of startups wants to disrupt the way houses are built by automating production with industrial 3D printers.

Start a CBD Wellness Routine for Your Pet in 5 Easy Steps

Apr 21, 2021

From traveling with your pets to getting out and about with them, we've shared how CBD can benefit your pet and support their daily wellness, mobility and sense of calm. Maybe you're even ready to try CBD with your own canine companion or feline friend.

Las Vegas Pushes to Become First to Ban Ornamental Grass

By Sam Metz, Ken Ritter | Apr 12, 2021

A desert city built on a reputation for excess and indulgence wants to become a model for restraint and conservation with a first-in-the-nation policy banning grass that nobody walks on.

5 Home Remodeling Trends to Watch for in 2021

By Carol J. Alexander, NerdWallet | Apr 7, 2021

Open floor plans are out; dedicated spaces for remote work and learning are in. Yards are being transformed into entertainment spaces and walls are being repainted.

Jonathan Rachman on Survival, Style and Timeless Taste

By Ryan Leeds | Mar 27, 2021

Out interior designer Jonathan Rachman chats with EDGE about his compelling new memoir, "The Garlic Peanut Story," and his sought-after design philosophy that will work with any budget.

Raven-Symoné to Star in New HGTV Pilot

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 25, 2021

The former star of "The Cosby Show" and "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper," Raven-Symoné is stepping in front of the camera again in a new HGTV pilot tentatively titled "What Not To Design."

NKOTB Singer Jonathan Knight Is Now a 'Farmhouse Fixer' in New HGTV Series

By Steve Duffy | Mar 23, 2021

Singer Jonathan Knight became a star as part of New Kids on the Block; but in recent years has found a passion in renovating farmhouses. He is bringing his home building skills to a new HGTV series "Farmhouse Fixer." EDGE spoke to him about the series.

7 Appliances and Gadgets to Reimagine Spring Cleaning

By Andrew Villagomez | Mar 19, 2021

It's been a year of sanitizing, and while our hands may be raw from so much washing, there's a new crop of products for tech-savvy consumers who would appreciate a nudge from modern technology to keep their houses in order. Here's a look at some of our fa

15th Century Bowl Found at Yard Sale Sells for $722,000

Mar 17, 2021

An exceptionally rare 15th century porcelain bowl made in China that somehow turned up at a Connecticut yard sale and sold for just $35 was auctioned off Wednesday for nearly $722,000.

Look Out, Labs: French Bulldogs Now 2nd Most Popular U.S. Dog

By Jennifer Peltz | Mar 16, 2021

Could the French bulldog become America's favorite purebred pooch?

U.S. Postage Stamp Campaign Launches to Honor LGBTQ Trailblazers

U.S. Postage Stamp Campaign Launches to Honor LGBTQ Trailblazers

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Mar 3, 2021

The National LGBTQ Task Force and the International Imperial Court System, two prominent LGBTQ organizations, have announced a campaign to call on the U.S. Postal Service to issue stamps honoring four influential LGBTQ trailblazers.

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