This Sunday, April 22 is Earth Day! Seize the day by getting outdoors, breathing in fresh air and digging deeper into your garden goals. Here are three ways to savor spring and give back to Mother Nature this weekend.
If you’re not a serious chef, you’ve never registered at Williams-Sonoma, and you’ve never tried to sous vide anything, but you do love to cook and you have a sense of humor, these quirky kitchen tools are for you. You won’t find stainless steel or top-rated blades here—but you will find all things cute and fun.
Over the fall and winter, debris probably built up in your gutters. With the increased spring showers, leaves, sticks, and grime can act as a dam and prevent water from flowing freely. To keep your gutters draining smoothly and prevent any damage from backed up rainwater, spring-clean your gutters following these three simple steps.
If you’re tired of braving spring showers with a flimsy umbrella, it might be time to try a more innovative design. This inverted umbrella is designed to be drip proof and hands-free, so you won’t dread those rainy days quite as much.
Entryway organizers are a great way to keep backpacks, keys, and coats organized, and prevent muddy shoes from tracking dirt into your home. These stylish entryway organizers are the perfect solution for busy hallways and mudrooms.
Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be such a chore. Use these tips and tools to quickly and efficiently help a senior loved one tidy up for spring.