They say that remodeling your kitchen and bathroom will not only increase the value of your home but will also improve the chances of it selling. I’ve always wondered who ‘they’ are…
Here are five cool sinks that will make that remodeling more interesting
1. A way to conserve water:
If you take too long washing your hands the fish get’s it! Yes it’s great for water preservation but not so for cleanliness (don’t worry, the fish won’t die, there are two separate water sources)
2. Shaken not stirred:
For those people who have a bit of Bond, James Bond, in them this one is for you!
3. Bend it like Beckham?
For the football (sorry, I can’t call it soccer…) fans out there here is a fun way to cleanup after the game
4. A sink for the garage?
Looking to buy your favorite mechanic a gift? Ideal for a garage or man cave this sink recycles a tire/tyre and includes a circular mirror studded with four hub-nuts:
5. And last but not least…
Hot water you get red, cold you get blue, either way this sink “seats a metal ball with an array of electromagnetic sensors detecting the ball’s position and simply by moving the ball in or out from the water you get to control the water pressure while moving it around controls water’s temperature” is cool!
Pay attention airlines, here is a way to recap some of those losses! Imagine having a Boeing 727 as a home. The plane set Joanne Ussary back $2,000.00, cost $4,000.00 to move, and $24,000.00 to renovate. That’s not bad for a $30,000.00 investment. The stairs open with a garage door remote, and one of the bathrooms is still intact. And let’s not forget the personal jacuzzi in the cockpit!
What exactly is 3D printed housing? Compare My Move state:
“the technique involves ‘printing’ houses through layer upon layer of concrete ink.”
“[the] technology could alleviate the housing crisis with affordable ‘print-on-demand’ homes; provide fast and permanent shelter in disaster-hit areas; make construction a safer and cleaner industry; and even lay the foundations of colonies on the Moon and Mars.”