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Thursday, 19 April

16:00

Before & After: Lauren and Austins Laundry Room Reno "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

Austin and I have lived in our new house for three months now, and its already hardly recognizable from the house we toured in October. It was built in 1900, has a half-acre backyard, is located in a historical neighborhood in Des Moines, IA and was a steal of a price because it needed a lot of improvements. It sat on the market for five months, which is unheard of in such a competitive real estate market like Des Moines. We are so thankful no one else saw the potential in this home (or wanted to take on quite this much work) because we were able to buy the worst house  for now  on our favorite street in town way under value.

We werent looking for houses when this one randomly came up on our radar. The pictures in the listing were awful and nondescript, but there was one picture of three dark wood doors on a single wall that instantly hooked me. I figured if there was this much character on one wall, the house had to offer more than what was being shown online. After seeing that the foundation was perfect and that all walls were square, we couldnt believe it hadnt been snatched up even with bright orange and green walls. We made an offer the same day we saw it and got to planning our mostly DIY renovation.

The three doors I had originally fallen in love with ended up being the door to a coat closet, the door to the upstairs and then a door to a tiny room that the previous owner had used as a sewing room. We werent sure what to do with it. We thought about an offi...

15:00

Giant Sculptures and Kinetic Art Come to Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

One of our favorite parts of Maker Faire Bay Area are the spectacular displays of giant art and massive kinetic sculptures.

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06:30

Fight Food Waste: How to Make Refrigerator Pickles "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

Im heading overseas in less than a week, and in a moment of memory loss I forgot to cancel this weeks veg box. Needless to say I now have a fridge packed full of fresh organic vegetables, when really I need to be using stuff up, not buying more. Whilst I dont really have the []

01:58

Natural Building | Living With The Land | "IndyWatch Feed Diy"


Natural buildings are an ancient tradition with a modern appeal. Creating healthy, beautiful homes from natural materials such as earth, straw and timber, building naturally is the ultimate expression of ecological design. Building isnt done to us it can be done by us. The skills and techniques used in natural building are hands-on and accessible, enabling us all to design our own healthy living spaces bringing people and the elements together.

The UK has a rich tradition of natural building and natural architecture that is seeing a renewed interest. Building naturally is one such response to Living With The Land.

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Wednesday, 18 April

22:04

DIY Wall Organizer "IndyWatch Feed Diy"

We always say that organization can be functional AND beautiful! This DIY Wall Organizer is the perfect combination of form and function! Its an easy and inexpensive project that will not only help you stay organized, it will give you a beautiful custom piece to add character to your home! So, grab a cup of

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