Build Your Own $20 Outdoor Cob Pizza Oven. I must admit, I’m a bit of a breadhead.
Few things are as exciting to me as freshly baked bread with a dab of butter, or hot and greasy scallion pancakes, or fluffy and airy naan, or a pizza fresh from the hearth of a wood-fired cob oven. (That last one trumps all the others.) I thrive on bread. I love eating it, and of course I love making and baking it, too. Earlier in the year, the idea of baking in the outdoors in a wood-fired oven became something of a romanticized (in every positive sense of the word) notion to me. So I picked up a copy of Kiko Denzer’s Build Your Own Earth Oven, a little gem of a book covering the construction of cob ovens from the ground up.
How To Build an Outdoor Pizza Oven The Foundation With little more than some clay, sand, sawdust, brick, some recycled beer bottles and old cinder blocks, I had everything I needed to make my own oven. The Fire Brick Oven Hearth (Laying out the beer bottles, and later, filling in with sawdust/clay mortar) Sizing the Cob Oven.
Stunning Hope Cottage Includes A 2-Person Sauna - Tiny House for UsTiny House for Us. Just when you think you’ve found your favorite tiny house design, something like this comes along and raises the bar another notch.
It’s great to see what others are doing with small space design, and this might be the first time we’ve seen a full-blown sauna built into a tiny home. Described as a sort of “glamping bed and breakfast”, the Hope Cottage is located in La Conner, Washington, and was built to offer visitors a cozy place to escape it all. They managed to include all the normal luxuries you’d expect in a home; there’s a usable kitchen space, comfortable living area, roomy sleeping loft, and a full bathroom with shower, toilet, and of course a gorgeous FAR infrared sauna enclosed in glass and wood.
There’s even a BOSE soundsystem, wi-fi, and a tv with Chromecast. As if the sauna weren’t enough, they managed to fit a shower in the bathroom too! They opted for stairs to the loft, making it more accessible for people of all ages and abilities. These 32 Tree Houses Are More Whimsical Than Your Wildest Dreams And They Actually EXIST! One look at these tree houses and you'll realize that you're never too old to live out your childhood dreams...and maybe even make them crazier!
Childhood dreams have never looked so incredible! The Zen of treehouses: Japan's treehouse master Takashi Kobayashi : Page 7. A Shipping Container Costs About $2,000. What These 15 People Did With That Is Beyond Epic. A luxury home doesn’t always necessarily mean thousands of square footage, towering great rooms and gilded toilets.
Take these homes for example: to begin building one of these epic houses, all you need is $2,000. That $2,000 will buy you a shipping container. What you do with that shipping container… well, that’s completely up to you. Some creative people have found a way to transform this rudimentary “room” with metal siding into luxury housing that blows us away. 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) Out of shipping containers. 8.) 9.) These rusty shipping containers look abandoned, but look inside and… WOW, I just can’t believe it!
I thought that the only use of shipping containers was the transport of goods by sea and train, but I couldn’t be more wrong.
There are a number of spectacular houses made from shipping containers all around the world, with incredibly detailed interiors and huge glass windows that make these cozy spaces amazingly bright. Are you still thinking that you wouldn’t live in a shipping container? I guess you will change your mind before the end of the article. If you like this post, feel free share it with your friends on Facebook! 1. It even has a pool! What makes this home even more special is the living room’s glass wall, that can be entirely opened. 2. The inside is incredibly spacious! Simple and classy at the same time. The contrast with the exterior is quite impressive. 3. The attention for the details is remarkable in this one. Even the stairs look cool. One of the house’s huge windows. The external part is not so bad to be a shipping container. 4. The night atmosphere is amazing. 5. 6. 7. Tiny Home Built for Less Than $3,500.