You've been doing it wrong
Instead of making our lives easier the dishwasher, and how to stack it, can drive a domestic wedge between couple and housemates.
Tips and tricks
You’ve given your body an overhaul as part of your new year’s resolution – why not do the same for your living space?
Working from home is good for you and your boss according to two recent studies.
Weekend DIY project
The Etsy Blog show you how to upcycle old salt and pepper shakers.
Expert cleaning tips
How often do you wash your towels and sheets? Our experts say it's probably not enough.
Hints and tips
Furnishing your first apartment can be expensive when you're starting from scratch, so here are some tips to make decorating easier on your budget.
New Year's resolutions are a chance to refresh your life, so why not include your home as well?
From bringing condiments back to life to disinfecting your sponges, here are 10 handy uses for the microwave.
Easy mistakes to make
Your home might be your happy place but how visually appealing is your living room?
Any successful hostess worth her cheese and crackers will tell you that preparation, presentation, and picking just the right frock are key to throwing a five-star Christmas party.
Christmas decorating just got a whole lot easier, thanks to these crafty social media accounts.
The bed is a comfortable place of rest but here's how to make it even cosier.
Scents can make you feel better, reduce stress and help you sleep. You can place them around your home for the desired effect.
From mould in your coffee machine to fungus growing in your dishwasher, it’s safe to say you’ve missed a spot.
Millennials are tech-savvy but it seems the generation lack a few basic domestic skills.
In the kitchen, there are five simple rules for health and safety.
Cheap and cheerful
It's easy to resent your home after flicking through a glossy homestyle magazine.
The toilet seat isn't as dirty as you think. Here are nine items dirtier than your toilet seat.
Iggy Azalea is finding some aspects of her fame a little hard to deal with.
The lavish 19th century New York apartment overlooking Central Park where Hollywood siren Lauren Bacall lived for more than 50 years is on the market for a whopping $US26 million ($A28.13 million).