We've mixed our tastes — designer and sci-fi — with lots of time, picture hangers, and shelves. Come see how we made our apartment look this good with just two closets.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of Offbeat Home Tours posts.
Take a close-up look at real Offbeat Homes of all shapes, sizes and flavors.
Alexa, Sean, Max the cat, and an unborn child of an unknown gender live in a one-bedroom in Lawrence, Kansas, one of the Midwest's secret bastions of art.
Mica Sue and Stephen live with kids Phoenix, Ocean, Anna, and Garrett and pets Holly and Mr. Kitters in a three bedroom house in east Tennessee. And it's all a bit… chromatic. And full.
This The Shining-esque manor was built as a summer luxury hotel in 1896 — and now it's home to 35 amazing apartments.
I invaded Rachel's house and gave myself a tour. When I showed up I sort of said, "How 'bout I just take photos and we'll see where this goes?"
It went awesome. You'll love it here.
A Siamese cat, a boyfriend, a girlfriend, and a glittery gold carport: these are just the tip of this bright retro Florida home.
Hardwood factory floors, hugely-high ceilings and 18-foot windows set the stage for Dee and Nathan's home/pop-up vintage shop. Come in a take a tour of their loft, covet their art and scope Dee's lunchbox collection/filing system.
Six months of living in an industrial loft in 1999 soured me so deeply on everything urban, I fled the city completely and moved an hour south of Seattle to Olympia, WA. This is in commemoration of the amazing house we rented.