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Another Approach to Renovation

The exisiting ruins once formed a two-storey brick dovecote, and although decayed, the enigmatic quality of this ruin became well known to concert-goers and visiting musicians… The new studio builds upon the original industrial feel on the campus and almost seems to gracefully grow from the old.” – ArchDaily via Dovecote Studio / Haworth Tompkins. Photo by Philip […]

A Renovated Outbuilding – Got Lemons? Make Lemonade!

This is one of those projects that will probably be ongoing. But it’s looking a little happier since we installed a new wood door (the old door was a hollow core laminate version from the 70’s). ” – A Country Farmhouse Read and see more from this renovation of the Old Sauna. See inside here.

Runaround Sue Airstream

In the winter of 2009, New Prairie took on a challenging new project: renovating a 1961 Airstream Safari. Our goal was to create a beautiful, cozy, and practical space with as many environmentally-friendly features as possible.” – Tiny House Swoon See more of this tiny trailer…

TrailerFest 2013 Showcases Vintage Camper Trailers

On a hot summer day in Lodi, California, a community of vintage mid-century trailer restoration enthusiasts held an Open House during their TrailerFest 2013 Rally. Gathering at the Stockton Delta KOA campground, members of VintageCamperTrailers.com invited the general public to tour their tiny homes that have been kept in mint condition, restored, or renovated to […]

Two Crafty Ladies Call an Abandoned Bus Home

“The Country of Israel has been called the Start Up Nation, mostly because of the high tech innovation that is produced there but also for the ingenuity of its citizens. Two women got so sick of paying outrageously high rents, that they decided a better way to go would be to buy and renovate an […]

A Romantic Retreat in Cornwall

“The 85 year old cottage is located on a remote cove on the rugged windswept coast of Cornwall. The Beach Hut was a teahouse when first built in the 1920′s, but had not been occupied for years and was terribly run-down when purchased by the current owners. They undertook a sympathetic restoration, preserving what they […]

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