More than 4 billion people live in urban areas globally. It’s now projected that by 2050, more than two-thirds of the world population will live in urban areas. So no wonder we pay more importance to the buildings and structures around us.
If you're one of those people who are interested in how others live, then the 'Weird Homes That Just Need To Be Shared' Facebook group is the perfect place for you to visit. With 191.7K members, it is dedicated to celebrating the quirkiest and most unconventional houses and apartments around the world. From creepy attics to retro kitchens, these folks have it all.
If you're looking for inspiration on how to redecorate or are a sucker for good interior design, you're going to love this subreddit. Hell, you'll probably enjoy it even if you're just bored and randomly scrolling through the Internet.
There’s one thing we’re sure of—nobody was born an interior designer. Yet, that shouldn’t stop you from creating your dream home. Even if you lack skills or don’t have a big budget, there’s plenty that you can do to design a warm and inviting place for you and anyone that comes along.
This cottage was designed as part of the "visitable" movement (a zero-step entry and a wheelchair-accessible main floor bathroom). A flexible design, it can be used as an ADU, an in-law suite, a tiny home or as a backyard home office escape. The main space use vaulted and has windows on three sides. The bathroom has a shower you can walk or roll into with ease.
Are you tired of living in a cramped apartment or a huge house with unused space? Enter tiny homes, the creative and quirky solution to your housing woes. Tiny homes are pint-sized houses, ranging from 100-400 square feet, that pack a big punch in terms of design and functionality, and these custom designed tiny houses ...
Do you ever struggle with coming to an agreement on design decisions with your husband while decorating? You're not alone! Today's post is all about just that and how to find compromise. Feature Photograph Credit to Nordic Wall Decor As a married women who loves design, I know well the tension that can arise over