Book reading as a habit is dying down and with the whole e-reader and tablet revolution; many of us have not picked up an actual book in quite a while. Kansas City Public Library though seems to have come up with a unique way to draw in more readers.
It was long overdue! I’ve had my share of yard sales in recent years so for today’s post I’m sharing my top tips on preparing for a garage sale. It’s easier than you think! Read on for all the details complete with photos I snapped from last weekend’s adventure…
Set in Miami Florida the 300-car garage is made largely using concrete and glass and with a parking complex a cool restaurant and ocean views from the terrace it is a lot more than just a garage.
Covering an entire city block and housing 791 cars the Car Park One is more like a park and less like a garage. A creative mesh that covers the building allows for plenty of natural air and ventilation while hiding the cars visually from the world outside.
Here you might want to stay away from strictly contemporary or modern styles and a blend of industrial farmhouse or rustic with modern finishes works best. Start with the desk chair and shelving for all your office needs before you spread your wings and bring in decorative items.
Chicago is not known as the ‘windy city’ just for nothing. Many vouch by this moniker after a walk on the streets of the city on a cold winter day. The Greenway Self Park space taps into this awesome wind power by using spiral turbines that are laced thought its structure.