This 300 square foot interior space brings new meaning to "living in a bubble". Originally designed as a theater room, this playroom gives a private space for the kids as well as visual interest to the 6,000 square foot space:
Pablo Jendretzki sure lucked out when he met a couple with a 6,000-square-foot loft on Sixth Avenue in Soho.
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This bus conversion into a tiny home of 225 square feet shows how you can make the most of a small space with clever storage design!
While most bus conversions cover up the existing windows to make the most of the space, architecture student Hank Butitta took a different approach, leaving them open while installing multi-purpose, transforming built-ins for a bright and highly functional interior.
August 27, 2015
The stylish Awair keeps tabs on the air quality of your home, then sends signals to your wi-fi connected appliances to adjust their output. How smart is that for an air monitor?
With its perforated front face and small footprint, the Awair looks the part of a retro wireless audio device of some sort (the “speaker” is actually a 19 x 5 pixel 1-RGB matrix display).
August 25, 2015
What sets the atmosphere better than lighting and music? That's what Sony thought when it combined an LED lightbulb with a Bluetooth speaker:
Sony’s new LED bulb with an integrated Bluetooth speaker isn’t a new idea.
August 24, 2015
Having trouble deciding between an adjustable rate and fixed rate mortgage? Here's when you should opt for an ARM:
Some homeowners are choosing adjustable rate mortgages instead of the traditional 30-year mortgages to take advantage of lower interest rates for several years.
August 21, 20152 likes
ARE YOU STILL RENTING? If so check out this town home and start building equity. The average rent for a property on the west side is roughly $1,000 plus per month that's $12 grand a year you are throwing away. Payments on this home are cheaper than rent. This spotless 2 bedroom 2 bath town home can be yours for $115,750. Located at 382 NE Sandalwood in Waukee. See more here: http://tours.obeo.com/default?tourid=1042994&refurl=http://highres.obeo.com/?TourId=1042994&ver=0.0.010
August 21, 201515 likes 5 comments
1 person likes this. Jamie pm me I have lenders that can deal with lower scores.
August 24th This home is now vacant and very easy to show, just drop me a note if you know someone that would like to take a look.
August 26th Pm sent
August 26th Wld love to own, however even with the income credit score isn't high enough :(
August 24th Katie Hope
- Jamie pm me I have lenders that can deal with lower scores.
If you own your home long enough and you want to keep your home current and up to date sooner or later you are going to need to hire a contractor. Most of us are not handy enough to do remodeling work and to do it right. There are all kinds of contractors, from general contractors that handle large jobs to a roofing, electrical, or plumbing contractors that specialize in just one type of work. I have heard horror stories about jobs not getting completed, bad workmanship, or worse…… paying upfront and no one shows Continue Reading