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Kim Kardashian recently revealed why her bathroom sinks missed an essential feature: basins.  The bathroom sinks went viral after Vogue published a tour of Kim’s newly-renovated mansion. Netizens were quick to notice that the sinks were devoid of basins and seemed to feature a flat stone surface with just a tiny slit.       Recently, reality TV star […]

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We all know what April means: rain showers. So, to start the month we’re celebrating the drizzles and downpours that occur indoors with a look at the best shower designs in residential and hospitality projects.   1. Mohammed Kabbaj Builds a Brutalist Villa on the Site of his Childhood Home in Casablanca The four-bedroom house Mohammed Kabbaj designed sits on the exact footprint of the French 1940s […]

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It used to be that if you wanted to make a nice scale model of an airplane, you’d be building the frame out of thin balsa ribs and covering it all up with tissue paper. Which incidentally was more or less how they built most real airplanes prior to the 1930s, so it wasn’t completely unreasonable to […]

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We see a lot of retrocomputing projects here at Hackaday that take devices from the 8-bit era and re-create them in the 21st century. Sometimes they remain period-accurate and stick to all contemporary devices, but in other cases they take full advantage of four decades of advancing technology. [Pkiller]’s Z80 console is one of this later category, […]

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It can be hard to renovate a midcentury modern home (we’ve got tips, here!) especially because so many properties received less than stellar updates in the 1980s and 90s. But when done right, a renovated 1960s home showcases all the best qualities of midcentury architecture—like lots of light, a functional floorplan, and supreme indoor-outdoor living. Take this […]

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No more excuses to have a messy bathroom any longer Is your bathroom nothing short of a mess? Do you have to clear piles of clothes every time you want to take a relaxing bath? Do you end up picking another bottle altogether when you reach for shampoo? These are signs that your bathroom is […]

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“Modern Monetary Theory” basically posits that a government can pay its bills by printing money. What exactly is so “modern” about this I don’t know. In the third century, the Roman government started paying its bills by making coins with higher and higher denominations. I don’t think they ever made a “trillion denarii coin” but the […]

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In this bedroom, coral, pink, red and aqua are balanced nicely with the neutral white walls and the black, white and pale shades in the striped rug that hangs above the bed. Photograph By HOMESENSE Dear Debbie: I’ve heard that bright colours shouldn’t be used in a bedroom, especially a child’s room, as the saturated shades are […]

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Capital markets regulator Sebi has asked exchanges to step up their surveillance of intra-day trading in the wake of significant volatility in a few stocks, sources said. The stocks under the scanner include those of a troubled airline, a media conglomerate facing liquidity crunch, a finance company under lens for alleged payment defaults, a pharma […]