Wednesday, February 17, 2010

American Ingenuity!

There's a Recession going on right now but you'd like to build a new house. Something very modern, perhaps like something you'd see in a swanky highrise condo or townhome near the city, right?

Something compact but classy...

All of the creature comforts of Home...

A little elegance throw in...


A great master bathroom is a must...

Two sinks, no waiting...


The big surprise is that this 1 bedroom loft apartment was built inside a 1940's grain bin!

It was renovated into this upscale unit after it was purchased and relocated to the grounds of the Gruene Homestead Inn in New Braunfels, Texas.


If that's not creative craftsmanship, then I don't know what is!



Thanks for sharing this Aunt B.!


14 comments:

  1. Oh my...you know this appealed to me!!! Love the front porch! Might have to get my hubby to find one of these...The book Portable Houses also has some of my fantasies ...

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  2. That's amazing! I could live there. All I need now is a piece of land to put one of those on.

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  3. Good grief! Is that for REAL? I am dumb founded! How cool is that!

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  4. What a fabulous project. How does one hang a picture on a curved wall?

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  5. That is crazy..amazing! I can't believe it...so way cool. Come say hi :D

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  6. Someone has a great imagination,beautifully done, but where are the windows? I love it but couldn't live without a window or two. Maybe that could be rectified.

    Joycee, you invited me to visit your blog. I am Marjorie (cappuccino thyme) Your blog is fabulous :)

    We are in Boston visiting our daughter before heading down to Texas. I will comment on my blog as time permits.

    Our big adventure has just begun.

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  7. Wow! Who would have thought that would have been inside of that! Incredible!

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  8. Wow! Imagination and using it,for this wonderful home is amazing!

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  9. Lori~ I hadn't thought of that, how would you hang pictures on a round wall???

    Marjorie~ I agree, no windows would drive me crazy! The view out the window is as important to me as the comforts inside...

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  10. Oh wow, this is amazing! The interior looks awesome beautiful. Unbelieveable!

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