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Why You Should Take Hydrogen Peroxide Out of Your First Aid Kit

Shifrah Combiths

Contributor

With five children, Shifrah is learning a thing or two about how to keep a fairly organized and pretty clean house with a grateful heart in a way that leaves plenty of time for the people who matter most. Shifrah grew up in San Francisco, but has come to appreciate smaller town life in Tallahassee, Florida, which she now calls home. She’s been writing professionally for twenty years and she loves lifestyle photography, memory keeping, gardening, reading, and going to the beach with her husband and children.

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HGTV’s “Help! I Wrecked My House” Turned This Cramped Space Into a Nursery

Nicoletta Richardson

Senior Associate Editor, News and Culture

In her spare time, Nicoletta loves scrolling through Airbnb, doing at-home workouts, and nurturing her plant babies. Her work has appeared in Women’s Health, AFAR, Tasting Table, and Travel + Leisure, among others. A graduate from Fairfield University, Nicoletta majored in English and minored in Art History and Anthropology, and she not-so-secretly dreams of exploring her family lineage in Greece one day.

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5 House Hacks That Just Plain Work, According to a Professional Home Stager

Ask any real estate agent and they’ll tell you: a potential buyer forms an opinion about buying a home within seconds of seeing it. That’s why home staging can be so important. You want your house to look its best to attract the best buyers. Luckily, there are some tried and true methods used by professional home stagers that can bring out the best in your home.

Crafting a beautiful home for buyers starts with the outside. Pat Evans, a certified professional home stager and owner of Pat’s World Staging & Re-Design, LLC, has seen potential buyers pull up to a house, decide they didn’t like it, and immediately leave. Amp up your curb appeal to hopefully avoid this problem. Evans says that means pulling in a landscaper if you’re able, or planting seasonal flowers...

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These Luxe Black and Gold Candle Holders Give Off Major Witchy Vibes

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If the Sanderson sisters existed in modern day, the following item would likely be a coveted piece of home decor: Etsy has luxe black and gold ceramic candlestick holders that give off major witchy vibes. The candle holders, created by KinaCeramics, come in black and gold or white and gold—but the black and gold option would be a spine-chillingly chic addition to Halloween decorations this year. With a starting price of $41.86+, the holders come in a variety of sizes and sets, with prices that range depending on the options.

Each candle holder is handmade and complete with a matte finish...

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Joanna Gaines Released Her 4 Favorite Kitchen Color Combinations For Fall

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Joanna Gaines wants to help you spruce up your kitchen this fall. The designer’s latest collection of premium exterior paint—a partnership between her brand Magnolia Home and KILZ—is all about the power that a fresh coat of paint could wield in a space. (“A new coat of paint is a small way to make a big impact,” she says.) As we transition from summer to fall, the “Fixer Upper” star has shared four of her favorite kitchen color combinations for autumn. And, yes, you’ll definitely want to take notes. 

“The kitchen is the heartbeat of home, which makes it one of my favorite spaces to design,” Gaines says...

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Before and After: A Breezy Boho-Style Deck Redo Makes Use of “Forgotten Space”

Megan Baker

Home Projects Editor

Megan is a writer and editor who specializes in home upgrades, DIY projects, hacks, and design. Before Apartment Therapy, she was an editor at HGTV Magazine and This Old House Magazine. Megan has a degree in Magazine Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She is a self-taught weighted blanket connoisseur.

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Funko is Bringing ‘The Haunted Mansion’ to Life (or, uh, Death) With a New Board Game

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Madame Leota’s séance circle just got a lot more immersive: Funko has a new “Haunted Mansion” board game that will delight fans of the 2003 Disney horror comedy film that starred Eddie Murphy. The game, entitled The Haunted Mansion: Call of the Spirits Board Game, will be released on September 30, but the product is available to pre-order now on Amazon for $25. Based on the world brought to life (or, uh, death) in the film based on the Disneyland theme park attraction of the same name, Call of the Spirits Board Game is the ideal purchase ahead of the spooky season. 

With two to four players, Disney fans can explore all the mysterious rooms of the ghost-infested manor—like t...

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You Won’t Beleaf the New Plants Bloomscape Just Released For Fall

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Calling all plant parents: Bloomscape, everyone’s favorite indoor plant service, just launched three new plants ahead of fall. The result is a vibrant collection of greens to zhuzh up those quarantine spaces. The Dracaena Gold Star, Ficus Audrey, and Painted Desert Cacti Collection, all below $200, are all low-maintenance offerings that also remove harmful air toxins—a healthy plus for those affected by noxious air quality due to the wildfires. Bloomscape also unveiled expert tips and tricks on how to prune and prepare plants ahead of dormant season (found at the bottom of this article.) 

Whimsical and low-maintenance, the Dracaena Gold Star is highly adaptable and easy to car...

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17 Things to Do the First Month in Your New Place

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Packing up all of your belongings and moving them from one place to another is a monumental task in and of itself. But the to-do list doesn’t stop once the last box is unpacked and the pizza is ordered. Here are 17 more things you should consider doing during the first month in your new house or apartment.

If you’ve purchased a new home, and you plan on giving the walls a fresh coat of paint or replacing the carpet with hardwood, don’t put those projects on hold for too long. They’re much easier to knock out before you’ve moved in furniture and other bulky belongings, points out Lee Wood, a realtor with Magnolia Realty in Austin, Texas.

2. Take pictures of your stuff

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30 Stylish Things That’ll Make Your Home Feel Like it Belongs to an Actual Adult

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Like many things in life—wine, cheese, a particularly cozy sweater—your design skills only get better with age. Whether you’ve relocated and redecorated more times than you can count or rely on your favorite websites, magazines, and Instagram accounts to keep you inspired for the moment you can truly carve out a space of your own, you’re bound to discover new tricks, ideas, and brands as you grow up and hone in on your aesthetic.

Your interior design education and evolution is a process; you can always find new ways to spruce up your surroundings...

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