Living

Beguiling nature-inspired sculptures are formed from industrial strength metals

Arranged to suggest the movement and chaos seen in nature, these lovely artworks are actually made with human-made materials.

‘The Food Lover’s Garden’ is a how-to guide for inexperienced gardeners

If you like the idea of growing your own food, but haven’t the foggiest idea of where to start, then this is the book for you. The key is to start with the easiest, most forgiving crops.

Critics are furious about a study claiming saturated fats do not clog arteries

The nutritional community doesn’t like having its conventional wisdom questioned.

Patagonia’s Clean Color collection features plant-based dyes

In a radical move away from synthetic dyes, the Clean Color line features soft earth tones made from food waste, silkworm excrement, and dried beetles.

Canadian grocer Sobey’s should commit to selling ugly produce, once and for all

It makes no sense NOT to sell imperfect fruits and veggies at reduced prices. So what’s Sobey’s waiting for?

10 eco-friendly all-purpose cleaners for a toxic-free home

From floors to windows and counters to tubs, any one of these cleaners can help you keep things spic and span – without the worry.

‘The Joy of Less’ is the best minimalism book I’ve read

Francine Jay’s detailed guide to decluttering is refreshingly practical, accessible, and free from idealistic philosophy.

Tushy launches bamboo toilet paper to help you reduce your carbon buttprint

In a bid to reduce TP’s environmental impact, the team of toilet crusaders behind the Tushy bidet attachment have rolled out an unbleached bamboo alternative.

Stop juicing. Start eating.

Juice is not the health miracle you’ve been told it is.

Buy the original IKEA tote for $1 or get a knockoff for $2,145

Luxury fashion designer Balenciaga has released a Italian leather version of IKEA’s iconic utilitarian shopping bag, leading one to assume the world has lost its mind.