Radio Flyer Wagon
The classic look of Radio Flyer wagons continues to win hearts nearly a century after the rolling playthings were first manufactured in the '20s. Creative homeowners find new uses for this all-American design today, whether it's holding toys in a playroom, organizing craft supplies in a studio, or supporting plants on a porch.
KitchenAid Artisan Series
If color experts believe that red stimulates the appetite, does having KitchenAid's Artisan Series mixer in Empire Red on your counter ensure the success of your next culinary creation? Perhaps!
Red is one of the most beloved colors for one of the most beloved mainstays in outdoor furniture, the Adirondack chair. This reclining model from L.L. Bean is made in the Adirondack region of New York State from sustainably harvested wood.
In Chinese culture, red symbolizes luck and happiness. What better color to welcome friends at the front door? Consider hues like "Real Red" from Sherwin-Williams or "Tawny Day Lilly" from Benjamin Moore to make your entryway stand out from others on the block.
Like any other color, red can be found in infinite shades to fit any taste. Consider the variations between fire engines, Southwest roof tiles, rural barns and faded red-and-white quilts.
Based on a '50s original, this Vintage Painted Watering Can from Williams-Sonoma adds a dash of warm color to any garden room.
Whether held under your chin to tell ghost stories or used to locate the circuit breakers during a power outage, Maglite's popular flashlight holds an enduring place in our collective memory. The most common color? Red, of course.
Since it is the color most commonly associated with power and assertiveness, a red snow blower may instill you with the confidence to take on whatever wintry challenge nature sends your way.
If you have the money to hire a handyman for every household woe, go ahead. But if you want to hang on to your cash and exercise some self-sufficiency, check out these clever products that solve a million and one little problems around the house. Go now!