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Add insulation, acoustical caulk and an extra layer of drywall

Add insulation, acoustical caulk and an extra layer of drywall

11 Ideas For Beautiful Gardens. Where do the stairs go?!

11 Ideas For Beautiful Gardens. Where do the stairs go?!

folding outdoor table and benches

folding outdoor table and benches

Located in Alaska, these sod roof houses are eco friendly. Additionally, the weight of the sod roof, compresses the logs to make the walls more draft proof, reducing heating and cooling costs.

Located in Alaska, these sod roof houses are eco friendly. Additionally, the weight of the sod roof, compresses the logs to make the walls more draft proof, reducing heating and cooling costs.

Fairbanks cabin with sod roof

Fairbanks cabin with sod roof

wall bike rack hanging display UNPAINTED by DoerflerDesigns, $39.00

wall bike rack hanging display UNPAINTED by DoerflerDesigns, $39.00

Armazenamento de alta capacidade para gavetas da cozinha - ampla capacidade de armazenamento para gavetas da cozinha

Armazenamento de alta capacidade para gavetas da cozinha - ampla capacidade de armazenamento para gavetas da cozinha

Build cheer and deck the halls with this fun-to-build DIY Branch Shelf. See instructions here. This DIY Branch Shelf is an easy way to decorate with nature and bring the outdoors in. Learn how now.

Build cheer and deck the halls with this fun-to-build DIY Branch Shelf. See instructions here. This DIY Branch Shelf is an easy way to decorate with nature and bring the outdoors in. Learn how now.

Do NOT Buy a Doweling Jig.  Make Your Own

Do NOT Buy a Doweling Jig. Make Your Own

The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century. More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm

The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century. More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm