Lisa Butterworth

A quick sanding and a couple of coats of bright spray paint are all you need.
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This genius tip makes good, nature-friendly use of the packages you drag to the curb on recycling night.
Living editor Lorna Aragon walks us through this high-impact refurbishment.
These expert picks are smart, sturdy, and well designed. Plus, every item will tuck neatly away into your pantry.
When it comes to decorating Easter eggs, intricate patterns are a snap with this no-mess method.
Never toss cabbage, lemons, or herbs again!
A side-of-the-road find was made new again thanks to this inventive DIY project.
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A slate topper was the finishing touch—it's perfect for jotting down care notes in chalk.
Discover how Living home editor Lorna Aragon transformed this vintage chaise.
A side-of-the-road find was made new again thanks to this inventive DIY project.
A slate topper was the finishing touch—it's perfect for jotting down care notes in chalk.
Discover how Living home editor Lorna Aragon transformed this vintage chaise.
Rule number one? You don't need to bake a batch of cookies from scratch for an afternoon of fun with little ones.
Pair your signature cocktail with these celebratory snacks.
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Adorn your Christmas tree with these stylish DIY ornaments that are reminiscent of the great outdoors.
Plus, we're sharing our top tips for easy yet impressive piping techniques.
They look new again with high-gloss paint and a helpful trick to prevent rust.
Try these flavored butters or lively quick sauces, you're sure to be making them on repeat all grilling season long.
Round up a terra-cotta pot and a few other household items to build mini bonfire in three easy steps. Then you can make s'mores on the regular!
All you need is a pair of picnic benches, according to Living style editor-at-large Naomi deMañana.
Plus, some of our best tips for cultivating and multiplying your favorite varieties.
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It's her special day, so treat Mom to a gorgeous spread. We love that these sweet and savory bites are easy to make but look so impressive!
Plus, our editor's best sources for furniture legs, hardware, and other fixtures.
Living's features and garden editor Melissa Ozawa shares the tried-and-true oil that keeps her loppers, pruners, and spades good as new.
They're also the perfect way to use up leftover brown rice, quinoa, or other grains.
They're a versatile tool in all of your household tasks, not just organizing paperwork.
Remove old tarnishes to give them a new shine.
This upcycled container will store buttons, beads, and home-project hardware.