A few months ago, we toured a fully flipped Charlotte, North Carolina, colonial-turned-craftsman. One nugget of this tour that we didn’t fully feature (and shame on us), is the homeowners’ marvelous laundry room. A backsplash of black-grouted white subway tile, blonde countertops, and a black slate floor keep this room feeling crisp and clean. It’s not often that we can say a laundry room is truly beautiful, but this one earns the title.
I love that detergents are kept in apothecaric glass jars and that the room is left otherwise sparse. The little bin for lost socks is a lovely touch as well.
A 2018 study suggested that regular use of traditional household cleaning products may be as damaging as smoking a pack a day. We take a look at what other practices have been disrupting our microbiomes and leaving us susceptible to allergies, asthma, and other autoimmune illnesses.
The complete guide to childproofing your home room by room. Everything you need to know about keeping children of all ages safe in and around your home, patio, and yard. Make sure your household is happy and healthy.
Dr. Eve D’Onofrio, a professional organizer specializing in hoarding, ADHD, grief and loss, and autism spectrum disorders, talked to House Method about why it can be so tough to get on with the process of decluttering—and what you can do about it.
Swedish death cleaning isn’t just for the aging. Dr. Kristen Fuller, M.D., of the Center for Discovery weighs in on how the practice of eliminating unnecessary belongings can benefit you long before you leave this earth.
Your home contains 500 to 1,000 chemicals that can be found in furniture, food, and household cleaners. Left unchecked, these chemicals can have negative effects on our nervous, reproductive, and cardiovascular systems. We interviewed Christine Dimmick, author of Detox Your Home, and got her take on how to reduce toxins in the home and live a healthier life.