Whether you live in a climate that is perpetually rainy year-round or one that just has seasonal rain, showers and thunderstorms can wreak havoc on your roof. This havoc can manifest itself in the form of both visible and subtle damage that, over time, can spell serious trouble for your roof, as well as your foundation. The key to preventing this is through regular upkeep and maintenance. In this article, we will give you six quick tips for maintaining your home in a rainy climate.
Heard the one about the log home someone built for less than $100? It’s not a long story because it didn’t last through winter. There are plenty of people out there who claim you can build a robust cabin with just your arms, some hard work, and less than the cost of a cheap suit. But, the reality is, if you want to experience log cabin life to its fullest, it’s going to take a lot more than that. And, if you wish to get anything near a life of luxury, it’s going to be worth the investment.
Now make the boring walls talk by using the fabulous and fresh looking wallpapers for instant makeover of your house. You don’t need to prepare yourself for the fuss that usually comes along with painting of walls as wall papers can be put at place in few easy steps. It all seems as easy as applying the glue and sticking it to the wall but if you are planning to do it right away then take a break, as there is lot you need to know about this fancy wall décor prior to making it a reality.
When shopping around for a new bed, sometimes a traditional frame simply will not cut it. You want something a little more creative, unique, or maybe just something more practical and easier to transport. You need something different. It is with that in mind we compiled this list of some of the best bed frames we could find. These frames will meet a wide variety of needs, and will range from minimalist to truly innovative.
You don't need art to make your room look good. You just need a shelf and lots of books! If you love books, here are some creative bedroom ideas. Just remember to dust them from time to time. Check it out:
Today, design options abound. There seems to be a style for every person in every life situation. But which person are you and what style suits your life situation? It can be tricky to work it all out.
Looks can be deceiving, which is why what's inside this 200-year-old house is definitely a shocker. It has an open floor plan with cathedral style ceilings, 1 bedroom, and 2 amazing full baths. The home is located in the French Quarter in New Orleans.
Imagine being able to have a mobile cabin you can bring to anywhere, which is both eco-friendly and self-sustaining. This is Wohnwagon's creation, and it uses natural and recycled materials such as clay plaster.
We all deserve to live in a house that feels like home. It doesn’t matter if you’ve lived in the property for two days or two decades; there’s always room for improvement. As a homeowner, you should be eager to unlock the home’s full potential.
The principle of bioclimatic architecture is very simple: it aligns construction practices with the surrounding climate, environment and ecosystem.In the past, architects considered natural elements such a climate, landscape, sun or wind orientation… to be important indicators in the building process.
Architect Takuro Yamamoto designed a stark, minimalist house in a Tokyo suburb that includes a spacious patio in what seems to be in a not-so-large house. How did he do it? Check out the photos below:
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