Amy Lynch

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Amy Lynch is a veteran writer and editor specializing in design and decor, health and wellness, travel and culture. Her work has appeared on Brit + Co, Refinery29, The Hairpin and Collective Quarterly, just to name a few. Her background also includes work in content production for Fortune 50 brands, startups, and government agencies. Ms. Lynch lives, works, and plays in the weird, wild heart of Austin, TX.

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APRIL 6, 2016 | WEDNESDAY
How To: Remove a Tub Drain

It’s unfortunate but true: Over time tub drains clog and sometimes even corrode. After all, your bathtub is put to the test every day as you and the other members of your household bathe,...

APRIL 5, 2016 | TUESDAY
14 Ways to Stop Hating Your Small Bathroom

A small bathroom doesn’t have to equal big headaches; in fact, a little creative modification can go a long way. Tiny bathrooms can present great challenges to efficiency and comfort. But...

MARCH 22, 2016 | TUESDAY
How To: Test for Lead Paint

There’s nothing quite like the joy of living in a home with character, craftsmanship, and history within its walls. Yet, while remodeling an older house is a fun and worthwhile adventure,...

MARCH 17, 2016 | THURSDAY
12 Surprising Ways Spring Cleaning Can Backfire

Are you ready to shake the cold-weather blues and spruce up your home for the warmer months ahead? Before you overhaul your living space with cleaning projects galore, remember that sprin...

MARCH 3, 2016 | THURSDAY
How To: Clean Plexiglass

Commonly used to construct everyday items from shower enclosures to tabletops, plexiglass (also known as acrylic) offers many advantages over actual glass. Though the two share a similar ...

FEBRUARY 18, 2016 | THURSDAY
Hardwood or Laminate: Which Is the Right Flooring for You?

Whatever your home's style may be, flooring is quite literally its foundation—and often the first design element visitors notice when they step inside. Luckily for homeowners getting read...