You wouldn't believe the amount of questions I've gotten about house numbers! I guess I'm not surprised — they're an easy way to change up your house, but when you head to the hardware store you get, like, four choices for house numbers and they're all pretty blah. Here are non-blah makeable and buyable ideas for displaying your house — or maybe apartment? — number.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of houses posts.
If you think Victorians aren't the house for you, wait until you see the Addams Family wannabes in this post.
Cat shelves are nothing new — whether folks build little window ledges or whole series of perches along the wall, it's been done. What I HAVEN'T seen, though, is this: Dornob's feature on a Japanese house designed as much for kitties as for humans.
Don't let kids have all the fun: these flights of fancy aren't just for playhouses. They also make sweet guest houses and saunas.
You don't have to live in a haystack house outfitted with solar panels to be eco-conscious in your use of energy. Jess' tips are helpful. I wish I'd had them when we were house-hunting.
A Siamese cat, a boyfriend, a girlfriend, and a glittery gold carport: these are just the tip of this bright retro Florida home.
Oh, I'd love to look out the window and see swaying redwood branches. How do you think you'd handle thunderstorms in a house like this?
Ever driven past a geodesic dome house and wondered what it's like to live there? Becky can tell you: it's hard to figure out where to put the furniture.