Day: July 21, 2022

Home’s

Grasp Lavatory Design Ideas

With some clever arrangement and house-saving techniques, you may make your rest room countertops extra engaging and purposeful. This vanity area is a research in symmetry as matching vanities topped with quartz countertops and spun-glass vessel sinks stand beneath oval mirrors. They carried those selections into the island to create a modern, streamlined design for the guts of this refined dwelling. This crisp, white kitchen with modern class options four globed pendant lights that dangle from the attractive vaulted ceilings above the marble kitchen island.

Flooring-to-ceiling modern black cabinets provide an abundance of storage, whereas a big island is the …

Read More
Kitchen

Black bear breaks into N.H. kitchen ‘looking for snacks’

Local

Black bear sightings have been reported across New England as the animals begin their mating season.

A hungry black bear broke into a home in Hancock, New Hampshire early Monday morning. 

The bear was found in the kitchen around 1 a.m. “looking for snacks,” according to a Facebook statement from Hancock police. No human or animal injuries were reported, and authorities reported the details to the New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game.

“Please be cautious and alert,” the Hancock police wrote.

This New Hampshire bear isn’t the only one to make headlines this week. In a July 11

Read More
property

Property owner fears new Murphy’s bar will be step back for


Brian Anderson, a Metairie architect who owns three residential buildings on West Chimes Street, says the area is a lot nicer and safer than it was just a few years ago, and he never has a problem renting his 12 units. 

“I believe the street has improved tremendously over the past few years since the bars all shut down,” he says. 

So he’s concerned about plans to open a bar nearby at the former site of Chimes Textbook Exchange. Plans are to name it after Murphy’s, a popular college bar on West State Street that closed in 1997 after a

Read More
Remodel

Leonardo DiCaprio Lists Remodeled Beverly Hills Mansion for

Oscar-winning actor Leo DiCaprio is not only a star on the big screen, he’s also a successful real estate investor. The Wolf of Wall Street actor owns homes in the Los Angeles area, Malibu and Los Feliz as well as a posh Beverly Hills mansion that he has now listed for rent. The four bedroom and six bath pad spreads across 4,671 square feet of living space and can be rented for $32,500 per month. DiCaprio purchased the mansion in December of 2021 for $9.9 million.

This two-story structure is located in the Beverly Hills Flats neighborhood. The traditional mansion

Read More
Home’s

U.S. home builder sentiment plunges, services activity in

July 18 (Reuters) – U.S. home builder sentiment plummeted in July to its lowest level since the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, as high inflation and the steepest borrowing costs in more than a decade brought customer traffic to a near standstill.

At the same time, a gauge of activity in the services sector activity in the U.S. Northeast turned negative this month for the first time in a year, and firms there do not see an improvement over the next six months.

The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index fell for a seventh straight month

Read More
Bathrooms

Hanover to build elementary school with no gendered

The Hanover County Public Schools division will be among the first in Virginia to build a school with no gendered bathrooms.

Designers presented final renderings of the new John M. Gandy Elementary at a Hanover County School Board meeting last week.

There will be individual toilet rooms in every wing on every floor for second through fifth grades. Each stall has complete privacy, with partitions from the ceiling to the floor with no gaps, according to designers from Crabtree, Rohrbaugh, & Associates.

People are also reading…

Sinks will be located in an open area in the hallways.

“When you’re washing

Read More