We live in a medium-sized town, that is situated in the middle of Amish country in Pennsylvannia. Our home is unique due to the fact that is a two bedroom with five people. My husband, myself, and our three children. Our two son's (ages 11 and 4) share the big bedroom, while our daughter has the smaller bedroom. My husband and I sleep on a king sized mattress on the floor that doubles as a very large couch during the day.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of Northeastern homes posts.
Check out Homie Heather's split level in Wilmington, Delaware. This place has some awesome space-saving furniture hacks, as well as a craft room so colorful that it might hurt your teeth!
Let's all take a moment to dream about a visit to this phenomenal treehouse built in Lake Spectacle, CT, by Roderick Romero Studios. Oh, and if Roderick's name sounds familiar, that might mean you remember Sky Cries Mary. Dude used to do this, but now he builds treehouses.
And what treehouses they are…
When mecha-aliens invade, this family can decide to peace out on the world for a while and mosey on down to their still-decent below-ground house.
Today Offbeat Bride featured a wedding that y'all will love — Peter and Stephanie's wedding at a house fit for Willy Wonka. I pulled a number of photos — eat it up, Homies.
I don't usually think "'60s mod" when I think "outdoor patio," but Eve mashed up those two ideas to create a fashionable outdoor living room — complete with a daybed in all-bright colors.
Summer, Graham, Gus and Kingsley all live together in a brightly-colored Brooklyn apartment filled with art, ephemera and intriguing artifacts.
Traipse through the Rosenbaum's New England home and wonder at the ingenuity of their thoroughly steampunked Victorian. If you've NEVER dreamed of a steampunk house, this is your post.
Plus — the BEST way to hang a TV. Ever.