OK, it is really cold in Texas tonight. 20 degrees right now. Supposed to go down to 14. It is my opinion that most homes in Texas are not built for this kind of weather unless they have basements and theromopane windows. Home with old single pane windows are frozen over. I had a pier and beam home because I thought that would be warmer, now I have a pier-ed slab. Both, it seems, are cold. So informal poll: which is warmer in winter, the slab or pier and beam home?
I got minimalist modern, which, considering my love of neutrals and nature-inspired color and design, really makes sense. Organic, full of curves and angles, with a variety of textures in a simple palette sounds so dreamy! Want to find out what kind of decor your beach house should have? Take this awesome quiz from Coastal […]
We’re still celebrating Vacation Home Week over on CandysDirt.com, and yesterday we took a look at what you can get in Santa Fe: a gorgeous fractional interest at Fairmont Heritage Place El Corazon de Santa Fe. The units are luxurious and have the absolute best location in town. Just blocks from the Plaza, and close […]
We’re featuring some amazing vacation homes and communities on CandysDirt.com this week as part of our Vacation Home Week celebration. It’s our way of saying farewell to summer! Our first property is an amazing home that is a truly ripe opportunity: A home amongst producing blueberry fields in Rockport, Maine! The home itself is gorgeous, […]