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The world’s largest architecture firm is creating a $2 million tiny home village for California’s homeless

GenslerA rendering of tiny homes for the homeless in San Jose, California. Although the total number of homeless Americans has slowly decreased over the past decade, homelessness has risen in large cities across the country. Certain spots in these areas are often dubbed “tent cities,” where it’s common for the

Furniture and home appliances renting platform Rentickle secures $4 mn

Rentickle.com, an online platform that allows users to rent lifestyle products including home appliances, furniture and cameras on a monthly subscription model, has raised around $4 million (Rs 25 crore) in a fresh round of funding. The company raised the amount in a combination

SEP construction class helps build tiny home for homeless

A construction class at Southeast Polk is building more than a house, they are building a potential home for somebody in need. Southeast Polk construction teacher Ryan Andersen arranged a partnership with Joppa, which helps homeless people find housing and rebuild their lives. Andersen had

Tiny prefab home company Kasita moves beyond Austin

Kasita ready to deliver CNW courtesy of Kasita Kasita, the Austin-born and -based company that introduced its innovative, high-tech, prefab tiny homes to the local market several years ago and recently began manufacturing them in the city, is about to take its gospel beyond Texas’

Built to last: 1950s appliances are off to a new home

The washing machine has a slight leak but all the other appliances are in working order, which is some feat considering they are more than half a century old. Sydney and Rachel Saunders, 83 and 81, have finally decided to have a clear-out but

The best smart home and kitchen gadgets to give as gifts

Will Lipman/Engadget For the smart home and kitchen gadget section of our holiday gift guide, we skipped past the WiFi-enabled toaster ovens and what-have-you, and narrowed our list down to the stuff that’s actually useful. For starters, yes, we agree that the Instant Pot — a darling in food

Holiday decor: Retro motifs bring home sparkle, style

Midcentury and 1970s-’80s motifs are strong players on the home decor stage, and that includes holiday decor too. These retro styles have a different kind of energy than traditional, nostalgic, holiday decor does. No deep and evocative snowy forests here; no minimalist yet rustic

Redecorate Your Home at Val’s Home Décor!

Looking to spruce up the inside and outside of your home, well we have the place for you. Whether it’s holiday, floral, baskets, vases, containers, wall decor, mirrors, garden accessories, trees and floor plants or any other home accents, Val’s Home Decor, has exactly

Making your Diwali shopping list? Here are five home décor pieces to invest in 

Diwali brings with it reasons to indulge the shopaholic in you. But as you begin your festive shopping this season, look for more than just playful cushions, and temporary decor accessories. Instead splurge on items that will last longer than just a season. Gorgeous

This home décor line gives you a tour of world cultures

Perenne Design delves into world cultures for inspiration, for an interesting backstory is slightly more pivotal to it rather than simple aesthetic appeal. Roused by European art forms from the early 1900s—Celtic Art, Art Deco and Modernism—Perenne Design sets itself apart with geometric and asymmetric décor forms.Their upcoming