Thinking big with small spaces, and Martha Stewart's meteoric rise to cool grandma.
When did Stewart go from being America’s most earnest homemaker, ready at a moment’s notice to spray-paint silk flowers and shape them into elaborate wreaths, to being America’s coolest grandma, who makes weed jokes and hangs out with Wiz Khalifa?
In an old house, there are endless places to spend money. But for the Hoburg family, whose home is 117 years old, it’s never been about perfection.
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For those who scratch their heads when presented with a grease-caked dish or burnt saucepan, household experts have compiled their own Sud’s Law.
Two young inventors have created a robotic ironing machine to make short work of creased shirts, blouses, trousers and underwear.