It's our weekly roundup of reader photos and interesting Offbeat Home-ish links from around the web. This week we've got the lowdown on air conditioned doghouses, an upcoming steampunk fest in Massachusetts, and era-appropriate Disney princess cosplay. Click on through!
This is Offbeat Home's archive of yellow posts.
I bought this house when I was 20 years old. I bought the home SEPARATE from the lot and I had it MOVED ACROSS TOWN. That was an experience in itself!
I worked and worked to gut and remodel it. I didn't know what I was doing and many things were done incorrectly. When I moved in, after 2 years of working, I didn't have trim or interior doors. My furniture was a cobbled mess of thrift store finds that I planned on SOMEDAY refinishing. And I was happy in my pile of a home!
Your door is an easy place to fly your freak flag. Here are some ideas for doing it that go beyond painting your portal a lime green — as cool as that can look!
BUT FIRST: I have a challenge…
I sorted and sorted through Flickr and found all these houses — SO MANY HOUSES — of a different color. And, surprisingly, so many really mean comments. I had to give these houses their time in the sun.
Hello, Homies, and happy Monday! This is the Monday Montage, when we revel in photos and waste time clicking through the internet. In the Clicky Links: the secret of mass-farmed tomatoes, and 30 variations on a coffee cup.
A collection of vintage wallpapers: some are loud and overpowering, others are just the right amount of zing. In pinks, reds, yellows, and one really powerful red, black, and white pattern.
We just moved into a new house, but I've already set up our living room. I wanted our family of six to be able to escape the chaos of moving somewhere!
A Siamese cat, a boyfriend, a girlfriend, and a glittery gold carport: these are just the tip of this bright retro Florida home.