The rustic farmhouse vibe is becoming more and more popular. A home that makes you feel like you are out in the peaceful country simply can’t be beat. Whether you actually live in the country, or you just relate to Toby Keith when he sings “I shoulda been a cowboy” there are many simple ways to make your home feel like you’re out on the ranch. After following these décor steps, all that will be left is to buy a cowboy hat and a belt buckle and your life will never be the same.
Sometimes you just need a break. There is nothing like a weekend getaway to the cabin. There are many perfect places across this country for you to get a cabin. Some are very popular, but others are not as well known. To those of you that wish I would keep these towns a secret, I apologize. To the rest, you're welcome.
Snow is incredible. Although winter is bitter cold, the snow provides opportunities for fun activities. Some of those activities include skiing, sledding, and snowshoeing. These sports can attract enthusiasts from all over the world. Not only does snow bring winter sports, but it is an essential part of the water cycle and ecosystem. Without it, many states would struggle to find adequate water sources. During the Spring, large amounts of snow melt away and the water is absorbed into the natural aquifer underneath the ground.
I think we can all agree that garage space fills fast. Chances are you find old things you didn’t even know you had. Some may call this treasure, the proper term is hoarding. If your garage is starting to suffocate you then maybe you have thought about building an extra detached garage or shop. It is important to know the benefits versus costs of building a backyard shop.
North and South Carolina are among some of the most historical and iconic states in the U.S. North Carolina was founded in 1789 while South Carolina was founded in 1776. Home to a diverse culture and located along the coast, the Carolinas are an attractive place to live. Here are some interesting facts about the Carolinas:
Business ideas pop into our heads at the most random moments. An idea is a fantasy unless you start the proper steps to cultivate and grow that idea into a business. The idea for the multi-billion-dollar company Uber, was discovered when the two creators could not find a cab in a snowstorm. The idea of being able to order a cab from your phone was born. This idea was tested and Ubercab was created.
Neighbors can become great friends. It is extremely convenient to walk next door when you are in need of help. Unfortunately, within small suburban neighborhoods, it may be difficult to enjoy some privacy. Depending on the local zone and building codes, adjacent neighbors can build right up to your property line. Median lot sizes of homes in America have been decreasing. In 2015, the median lot size of a new single-family detached home dropped below 8,600 square feet. A full acre is about 43,560 square feet, making the average home just under ⅕ of an acre. With only an average of ⅕ of an acre, how can you enjoy privacy from your next-door neighbor?
Denver or “The Mile High City” is one of the most fascinating urban cities in the United States. The city is surrounded by mountains, in fact over 200 named peaks are visible from Denver. This majestic mountain range spans almost 140 miles. Denver is also home to a diverse culture. The Performing Arts Complex has nine theaters seating up to 10,000 and is second only to the Lincoln Center in New York. Architecture in Denver is quite unique. Many home builders design with the idea of creating a rustic culture. It is important to know that rustic is a broad term and many different styles can fall into this category. Rustic can be defined as a design that is rough, aged, natural, or casual. Here are a couple of examples of rustic style homes: