For most people, building their own home would seem entirely too intimidating. But thanks in part to the popularity of the Tiny House Movement, it’s becoming both more affordable and accessible than it’s ever been before to build the pint-sized house they desire.
Not only are their workshops and online support, but also companies like Tumbleweed that actually sell the raw materials and post floor plans to help people capitalize on this movement.
Their “Cypress” design has become one of their most popular, known for traditional craftsmanship and floor plan created to specifically maximize small living space.
While the exterior stays relatively the same for all models, it’s what you find when you go inside that really sets each tiny house apart.
For example, Airbnb user Hannah had a very creative vision for her model, and her personal touches created something that you’ve probably never seen before…
Because she is renting it out as a bed and breakfast, she built it on wheels so that she had the freedom to move it from place to place, if needed.
One-year-old Layla Grubb might have a small cataract in her eye that forces her to wear an eye patch for two hours every day, but her dad Geof decided to make those eye patches something to literally look forward to.
Flip through any magazine, and you’ll see gorgeous women gracing every page. These celebrities are so beautiful and perfect, you can hardly believe they’re real.
It’s no secret that they’ve had some help to look the way they do — lighting, teams of makeup artists and hair stylists, and of course the fabulous clothes — but it can still set regular women up for unrealistic expectations.
But even with all that help, someone at the top always thinks the images of these women still need to be altered within an inch of their lives. Enter Photoshop…
If you look at the “before” pictures and then the “after” pictures, you can’t always see exactly what changes they made. But then when you see them compared one after the other, the alterations are surprisingly drastic…
Last Saturday, Texas firefighter Aaron VanRiper responded to the scene of a car crash, and was faced with a horrifying realization: the victims were his wife, Amber, and their 7-year-old son, Jonathan.
Did you know that a whopping 95 percent of the world’s oceans remain unexplored and unseen by humans?
Considering the fact that most of our planet’s oceans are a mystery to humankind, we can’t say we’re surprised that a team of scientists, backed by the U.S. government, have discovered never-before-seen sea creatures in the deep sea off the coast of Puerto Rico…