Around the turn of the century, companies such as Sears & Roebuck and Montgomery Ward sold homes out of catalogs. The houses were shipped to the home site, complete with instructions and numbered materials (including nails
Paint it G: Navy house, orange door. A navy house with white trim couldn’t get any more classic — but the juicy orange door adds personal flair. A bright red, lemon yellow or chartreuse door would also look stunning here.
There has to be a way to build a bathroom for a tiny space that reuses the shower and sink water to flush the toilet. This tiny bath uses every inch of space (and there are 11 more bathrooms if you click through). Living in a shoebox
Our new bathroom renovation! Kalafrana Ceramics patterned encaustic replica glazed tiles and the Early Industry satin white and charcoal subway tiles. Timberline vanity with recycled blackbutt top and mirror.