- Nestron plans to manufacture the Legend One, an eco-friendly $21,500 tiny home with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom.
- For $12,500 more, the 167.92-square-foot home — which is available for preorder — can come fully furnished and move-in ready.
- The Legend tiny-home lineup was designed to appeal to the traditional tiny-home customer who is drawn to container or cabin homes.
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Nestron has plans to manufacture an eco-friendly, $21,500 tiny home known as the Legend One.
The company, which was founded three years ago, has two tiny-home “series” in its current product lineup: the Legend and the Cube, which have differing exterior appearances but similar interior amenities, like eco-friendly components and an artificial-intelligence system.
The Cube tiny homes — the company’s more popular series — were designed to appear “futuristic,” according to their maker. To contrast this modern, spaceship-like look, the Legend series
Emma Roberts announced her first pregnancy at the end of August, revealing she is expecting a baby boy with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund. This weekend, she posted photos from the magic garden-themed baby shower her friend threw her. E! got details on the party, with a source explaining that it was outdoors and intimate due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“Emma’s baby shower was Saturday afternoon at a friend’s house,” the source said. “It was a co-ed shower with about 15 people. It was outside and everyone stayed distanced.”
The guest list had quite a few celebs, according to the source: “Kristen Stewart was there with [her girlfriend] Dylan Meyer, [Leonardo DiCaprio’s girlfriend] Camilla Morrone came with her mom, Lily Kershaw. Emma’s mom and Garrett’s mom were both there.”
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And generally, Roberts was thrilled to see everyone and celebrate her son: “She seemed
The Mask star Cameron Diaz delighted fans when she opened the doors to her LA home for an Instagram cookery class
Cameron Diaz is notoriously private about her personal life so when she shared a video inside her stunning family home her fans went wild.
The star, 48, filmed a little cooking segment for her Instagram and in the process gave her followers a look at her sleek kitchen.
Cameron – who shares her home in Los Angeles with her baby daughter, Raddix, and her husband, Benji Madden, 41 – was sipping a glass of wine and preparing a cucumber salad in the video.
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Working from home for the last eight months has certainly created its share of challenges for me as an entrepreneur and I’m willing to bet that I’m not alone. It took me a short while to get myself and my team situated, and, thanks to their adaptability and dedication, we were able to flex to our new reality and demands rather easily.
As the months of working remotely wore on, I decided to begin adapting my home office to better meet my needs on a more sustained basis. I did a lot of research and was pleasantly surprised to find some key products that have made my home office a work environment that really supports both my work style and productivity as well as my comfort. I thought that it might be interesting to share some of the more innovative and helpful office enhancements that I’ve
The Fall Dispatch Home & Garden Show goes “on demand” this year, with a virtual exhibit hall and lots of giveaways.
For years, the Fall Columbus Dispatch Home & Garden Show presented by Rosati Windows has been the expo to attend for all things related to outdoor décor, lawn and garden care, home improvement and interior design as homeowners prepare for winter. This year is no different in that respect, but to avoid concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Show’s format will change for 2020.
“The health and safety of attendees and vendors at the Fall Home and Garden Show is paramount to us,” says Stephen Zonars, vice president of Ventures Events for Dispatch Media Group, which produces the expo. “That’s why we’ve decided that instead of encouraging guests to come to the show in person, we’re bringing the show to them.”
That’s right—like many events of 2020, the
Way Day 2020 is almost over—but you still have time to save on this top-rated cookware. (Photo: Wayfair / Green_Flame, Getty Images/iStockphoto)
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When a sale as epic as Way Day 2020—a.k.a. Wayfair’s biggest savings event of the year—comes around, it practically begs that you take a step back and reconsider some of your home selections. From outdoor furniture to living room seating and more, the deals here are absolutely bonkers—especially in the kitchen department.
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Take for instance, this 4.8-star rated Henckels Modernist 13-piece knife block set, which was originally $500 but drops to $149.99 here ($10 less than you’ll find it going for anywhere else) for a whopping $350.01 in savings. While
The New Home Company Inc. (NYSE: NWHM) today announced selected preliminary results for the 2020 third quarter. These estimated results are preliminary and unaudited.
Preliminary 2020 Third Quarter Financial Highlights (Estimated Results)
Net new orders of 251 as compared to 124 in the 2019 third quarter, a 102% increase
Monthly sales absorption of 3.5 per community as compared to 2.0 per community in the 2019 third quarter, a 75% increase
September net new orders of 99, a 106% increase compared to September 2019
Homes in backlog of 329 homes, representing $207.1 million in backlog value, as compared to 207 homes at the end of the 2019 third quarter, a 59% increase
Ending actively selling community count of 25, a 14% increase compared to the end of the 2019 third quarter
Homes sales revenue of $117.4 million as compared to $118.8 million for the 2019 third quarter
Deliveries of 157 as
As temperatures begin to plunge, the fall décor comes out. For some, that means black cats, ghosts, and witches. For others, it is all about pumpkins. Pumpkins can go out as a decorative introduction to fall in September and last through Thanksgiving. They come in all colors, shapes and sizes, giving a home a splash of color and lots of texture.
Pumpkins are made from all kinds of materials, including porcelain, metal, wool, fabric, paper, leaves, plastic, and mercury glass. They can be artisan-made, vintage, or manufactured. Then, of course, they can also be real. Some are realistic, while others are whimsical.
We found these great pieces of pumpkin decor at downtown Franklin shops. Now is a great time to shop in downtown Franklin, as downtown Franklin is celebrating the fall season with their Paint the Town Orange campaign (read more about that here).
An artisan-made pumpkin
Emma Roberts looked blooming beautiful at her “magical garden”-themed baby shower in LA on Saturday.
Dressed in a smocked floral midi dress ($478) and matching face mask ($35 for five) from Tory Burch, who also provided the party’s décor, the 29-year-old “American Horror Story” star celebrated her impending arrival with a stylish and socially distanced backyard gathering.
Roberts’ boyfriend Garrett Hedlund — with whom she’s expecting her first child, a baby boy — was on hand for the festivities, as were famous friends including Kristen Stewart and Camila Morrone, according to People.
Floral designer Eric Buterbaugh suspended roses from the trees with blue ribbon and presented the mom-to-be with a vagina-shaped arrangement, while Loria Stern and Little Sparks Cookies provided sweet treats adorned with real pressed flowers and the words “baby boy,” respectively.
“So grateful to my family and pod for making my pregnancy feel so celebrated during such wild