Natural Disasters Are Becoming More Frequent—and They Could Affect You

f00sion/iStock Bad news for just about everyone in the U.S.: Natural disasters have become more frequent over the past few years. For the third year in a row, the nation experienced more Mother Nature–made horrors than normal, according to CoreLogic’s annual Natural Hazard report. The real estate data firm’s report analyzed hurricanes, flooding, wind, wildfire, […] Continue reading →

10 Bathroom Design Fails That Should Be Flushed Down the Toilet

Instagram Who doesn’t love a beautiful bathroom? From soaking tubs to vanities, they’re the place we go to get away from it all. So it goes without saying that many of us also love to marvel at bathroom design disasters. If that’s you, you’re in luck, cause there’s an Instagram account for that! Interior designer Dina Holland, […] Continue reading →

Justin Bieber Ditched His $100K-a-Month Rental for a Seriously Gross Reason

BG015/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images Poor Justin Bieber has an expensive plumbing problem on his hands. After making headlines last year for signing a lease on a 6,000-square-foot home for a whopping $100,000 per month, the bushy haired Canadian pop star and his wife, Hailey Baldwin, are reportedly making a swift exit. According to TMZ, the couple were forced to leave their pricey […] Continue reading →

Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s $3.8M Renovation—and One Horrible Eyesore They’re Adding

DANNY LAWSON/AFP/Getty Images Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are sparing no expense while renovating their new home, Frogmore Cottage—and the latest reports reveal how much they’re spending, and on what! According to The Times of London, the royal couple will throw down $3.8 million on Frogmore, which is located on the grounds of Windsor Castle, about 30 miles west of […] Continue reading →

Seaside Style! 9 Classic Mediterranean Revival Homes Now on the Market Mediterranean Revival–style homes in the U.S. aren’t simply limited to Florida and California. In fact, you can find the signature red-tile roofs, stucco interior walls, wrought-iron balconies, and arched or circular windows in states such as Wisconsin and Connecticut. These homages to seaside villas offer a striking (and welcome!) contrast to their neighbors’ more conventional […] Continue reading →

The Bedbug Capital of the U.S.: Do You Live There?

SementsovaLesia/iStock Of all of the pest infestations someone can have, bedbugs are one of the worst. The bloodsuckers often live in mattresses and couches, and wait until someone lies down to attack—leaving red, itchy bumps and welts in their wake. And get ridding of them isn’t easy or cheap. So which cities have the biggest […] Continue reading →