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Inspired by our food-focused Links We Love, today's roundup is a selection of fascinating home, art, design, and DIY posts from around the internet this week.

Today: An inspiring renovation, recipes for dirt, and (hopefully) a subterranian park in NYC.


Mashable DIY Home Decor

This roundup of 10 minimalist DIYs—from a no-weave wall hanging to the clock shown above—is so easy and inspiring, you'll most likely be making a run to the craft store this afternoon. (Mashable)



Dwell Row House Urban Escape

Just when you think there's not a home on the market that you both love AND can afford, this mind-blowing renovation of a tiny, run-down rowhouse in Boston reminds you that when there's a will (and a vision), there's a way. (Dwell)


Inverse The Lowline Underground Park

If this rendering for a new underground park lit by natural light has your head spinning in a good way, mosey over to The Lowline's Kickstarter where a second round of funding is taking place—and make (slightly) premature plans to visit NYC by the time it's (possibly) constructed. (Inverse)


A Beautiful Mess Personality in a Rental  A Beautiful Mess Personality in a Rental

Dying to renovate but bound by a lease (and a landlord, and the law)? Without bringing down any walls, or being limited to inspiration via paint chips, these smart upgrades to your rental apartment will make it the home of your dreams—or a lot more you, at least. (A Beautiful Mess)


Lonny Magazine Miles Redd

Miles Redd, an interior designer known for his bold use of saturated colors, became a household name in design with his 2012 book, Big Book of Chic, which now graces coffee tables everywhere; here, Redd shares ten of his everyday inspiration with Lonny. (Teaser: one of them is grilled toast.) (Lonny)


Martha Stewart Dirt  Martha Stewart Dirt

Whether you need a spot-on mix to keep succulents, annuals, perennials, or tropical plants alive (or really just want to know an excellent all-purpose combination), Martha Stewart, heroine of home solutions, shares a collection of recipes for better potting mix. (Martha Stewart)

What home and design links did you love on the internet this week?

Photos by Caroline Burke (1 & 2), Christopher Churchill (3), Raad Studio (4), Rachel Denbow (5 & 6), Genevieve Garruppo (7), Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (8 & 9)

Tags: home, design, diy, inspiration