Living With Kids: Camille Turpin, this house has so many things I love like a huge fun playroom with tunnels, gymnastics in the garage, and so many others!
This is a great way to create an outdoor kitchen on the cheap. I’d estimate it would cost us about $200 to recreate this for our space (with one extra side visible since we don’t have a corner like this) – stone veneer, plywood, and stain and concrete for countertops (which I would prefer over the granite in the photo).
Diedrickson, or \u201cDeek,\u201d builds tiny shelters out of whatever he can find, including washing machine parts, cast-off deck chairs, and other junk. The total cost of the materials is usually less than $ 200. Deek also maintains a blog called RelaxShacks. He\u2019s also published a book: \u201cHumble Homes, Simple Shacks, Cozy Cottages, Ramshackle Retreats, Funky Forts.\u201d See original page for video…. We could totally build this.
It’s never too cool to bring classroom style into your home. Whether it’s industrial-style fixtures and school lockers or vintage maps and globes, schoolhouse home decor brings back the nostalgia of younger years./
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