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Having a large family often means that my house can be turned into a war zone quickly. I tend to lean toward wanting a perfectly clean and organized house at all times, but I have learned that is impossible. 503 more words

Cardboard Wall - Part 2: Rafter Roosting

Last time on Cardboard Wall:

We started on one of the larger projects in my fixer-upper house: the garage. On top of having only one bare bulb in a garage large enough for two vehicles (but with a single door) and one ‘working’ outlet with some frightening wiring, my garage also sported a not-so-fancy cardboard wall. 242 more words


This Company Makes Cardboard Houses for Cats

Suck.UK is a unique gift website that specializes in only fun random gift ideas. Even crazy gifts for your furry friends.

They now have cardboard cat houses, the shapes range from fire trucks, laptops, a DJ deck and even a tank. 25 more words


The only real rule...

My ultimate design inspiration – Bunny Williams – says it best here. If you love something, it will work. That’s the only real rule.

I try to think about this whenever I bring something into my house or re-use something I already have to re-style a room. 386 more words

Townhouse at “Moo Baan Chicha Castle” on Sukhumvit 23/31 - RENT

Description of Townhouse at “Moo Baan Chicha Castle” on Sukhumvit 23/31 Near Srinakarin Tharaviroj University, Near Asoke Road, Near BTS Asoke Station, Near MRT Sukhumvit Station, Near Terminal 21 Shopping Complex, go through Sukhumvit soi 33,39,49 and Phetchaburi Road. 58 more words

Real Estate

From the Aphex Twin Archives—15 Sekonda

Two years ago, Aphex Twin released a mammoth collection of unreleased material on Soundcloud as the uploader user48736353001. With Syro having dropped a few months earlier, I was excited for more Richard D. 399 more words


A nail biting walk back to Central Station

With the submissions of my literary Magnum Opus  ;)  to the State Library having been satisfied, the saga continues. The books might not equal the Finnish Kalevala, but it might well be looked  upon so by future Oosterman generations. 504 more words

Gerard Oosterman