(Image credit: Matt Grocoff)
Matt and Kelly accomplished their mission: To make their historic Ann Arbor home net zero. What does that mean? Well, besides it meaning they own the oldest net zero residence in the U.S., it ALSO means they'll never have another utility bill ever again.
(The Gauss House circa 1913. Image credit: Matt Grocoff.)
Located in the Ann Arbor Historic District, the 110 year old… Continue Reading
Curbly reader Katie tipped us off to her latest DIY project - a kitchen facelift. She's done a great job, and we especially like it because, unlike a lot of kitchen makeover projects we feature here on Monday, this wasn't a total gutting and revamp of an outdated, unfunctional kitchen. The cabinets, countertops, and appliances were all okay, Katie just did the finish work and brought everything… Continue Reading
Remember the post about the couple that turned a church into a home? Well, that makeover has some serious competition with these remakes. First up is a 1930's church located in Rotterdam,… Continue Reading
Being a dog bed maker myself, I'm tickled to see Lisa's project on Design Sponge. This style of heavy, cumbersome cabinetry is plentiful in the secondhand market and you better believe I scurry past it like it has The Plague. Lisa, on the otherhand, had… Continue Reading
This before and after could give This Old House a run for its money. Amanda and Ben are the owners and DIY team behind the 1960's rambler redo. They tackled their project "one ugly room at a time". Take a peak inside and TRY not to be impressed. I dare… Continue Reading