Extreme DIY: From historic 35,000-foot post office to cozy home for 5 I wouldn't mind doing something like this but on a much much much smaller scale... I would not want to clean a home this big or pay the utility bills
I don’t know about you, but I’m crazy about two things: the color pink and antiques. So when I saw this stunning, all-original, 1950s kitschy kitchen, I immediately fell in love! According to the homeowner, the house was built in 1956 — but was never lived in until he came along in 2010! When he moved in, the twinkly appliances... View Article
Vintage Brick Patio The brick in this patio came from buildings that were torn down in the area. The biggest problem with using antique brick is that the sizes aren’t uniform. That can make it tough to lay out a patio, so set the brick in sand, rather than concrete, to give a relaxed and aged look. The sand also helps level odd-size bricks.