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We’re pretty sure many people would agree that no one does shiplap quite like Chip and Joanna Gaines, the stars of HGTV’s hit show “Fixer Upper.” Shiplap—a stack of wooden boards that can be positioned horizontally or diagonally—is a tasteful way to add texture and visual interest to just about any room. We’ve seen the popular Waco, Texas-based couple use shiplap to transform spaces ranging from living rooms to kitchens.

But even if you don’t live in an area like Texas, where shiplap has become a go-to design choice, there are ways to pull off the farmhouse style—even in an urban space. Keep reading for expert tips on how to make shiplap work for you.


The Aristocats (1970)

The Aristocats (1970)

The Aristocats (1970)

This, of all things, was the last film approved by Walt Disney himself before his untimely death in 1966. Originally conceived as twin episodes of his prime time television series, Walt liked the story (by Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color writers Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe) so much he suggested it might work better as an animated feature. Even with more than two years work put into refining the storyline, the movie often feels worn and like a lesser version of better Disney films (101 Dalmatians specifically). The vocal performances by Phil Harris and Eva Gabor are aces, as are the songs by the Sherman Brothers (“Everybody Wants to Be a Cat” and “Thomas O’Malley Cat” are certifiable classics). But even the songs have a kind of bittersweet quality to them; this was the last film that the Sherman Brothers would work on for the company, finding the professional atmosphere at the studio toxic following Walt’s death. (They wouldn’t return until The Tigger Movie in 2000.) This was a period of listlessness and creative uneasiness and in The Aristocats … it shows.


The Fox and the Hound (1981)

The Fox and the Hound (1981)

The Fox and the Hound (1981)

Dear lord this movie is boring. It’s somewhat historically important because it was the last movie to be worked on by some of Walt’s legendary Nine Old Men, who then handed the animation duties off to a new generation of talented artists, many of whom would be responsible for shaping the next few generations of Disney animated features (among them: John Lasseter, Tim Burton, Ron Clements, John Musker, Mark Dindal and Brad Bird). Also of note was the fact that that during production Don Bluth, one of the company’s star animators and someone who many saw as the heir apparent to Walt Disney, staged a major defection with several other animators and left the studio, something that effectively waylaid the production (with 17% of the staff gone the release date was pushed from Christmas 1980 to summer 1981). Clearly the creative tension between the old guard and the new crop of animators left its mark. You can feel a better movie trying to get out from under the cutesy, cloying façade of The Fox and the Hound but sadly it never happens. (And just imagine if they had gone through with a sequence involving game show staple Charo as a crane singing a song called “Scoobie-Doobie Doobie Doo, Let Your Body Turn Goo.” Actually maybe that would have been incredible.) Sure, it’s cute, but can you really remember anything besides the bear attack sequence and Pearl Bailey singing “Best of Friends?” Didn’t think so.


Soundscape is often overlooked in house plans.

Contemporary Passivhaus in the countryside

Magazines and websites are full of home interior design inspiration
There is a reason for all the avid “Pinners” on Pinterest — people crave an amazing home interior. As most of us have already discovered, decor websites can spark a flame of creativity that we never knew we had.

If you have not already begun to create inspiration boards for your home’s decor, then begin now — this is the first step to creating the home you desire.

Go onto Pinterest to search for home styles that appeal to you, or go onto MYMOVE and use the “Collect This Idea” button to gather design images that excite you, or simply grab some design magazines and cut out pictures that speak to you.

After hunting and gathering for creative DIY interior design images that inspire you, step back and look at all that you have collected — this should tell the story of your design style. You may be surprised at the style you crave to create.


Blackfish (2013)

Blackfish (2013) Run Time: 83 min | IMDb: 8.1/10

Blackfish (2013) The film that turned the tide of public opinion on Sea World and convinced Pixar to change the ending of Finding Dory, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s animal rights muckraker is more than just 83 minutes of theme=park shaming. In telling the story of Tillikum, the psychologically damaged orca who spent his life in captivity and was involved in the deaths of three people, the movie is an elegy for the freedoms that marine creatures like him were once able to enjoy. Is there an ethical way to view creatures like Tillikum up close and personal, and if so, should we trust a private company to deliver it to us? ดูหนังออนไลน์

The Departed (2006)

The Departed (2006) Run Time: 151 min | IMDb: 8.5/10

Leonard DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg, and Alec Baldwin star in this crime thriller from Martin Scorsese about an undercover cop and a mole in the police department who attempt to identify each other while infiltrating an Irish gang in Boston.

DiCaprio plays the good guy (or as close as) with Billy, a disturbed officer playing the part of a criminal to get close to Nicholson’s kingpin, Frank. Damon plays the rat, Sullivan, who serves as a police officer on the force, but really works for Frank. The two unknowingly thwart each other at every turn, playing a thrilling game of cat and mouse before their secrets eventually come out.


Inside Out (2015)

Trying to rank  films (most of which are available to stream on Disney+ Inside Out (2015)  in order of quality is like trying to rank your children by how much you love them. None of these movies is bad, but when you’ve films, one of them has to be one of them has to be No. 1. We tried to keep context in mind — Toy Story had an ability to blow your mind in 1995 the way nothing could today — and also ambition: In the world of children’s entertainment, nothing has set Pixar apart more than its burning desire not to coast or mail it in. Some of these movies work better than others, but all of them were trying to do something special — so here they all are, from worst to best.

Inside Out (2015) - IMDb


Working tightly with the clients, who expertly handled the interior finishing

Axboe House by Klima Architecture

Aesthetically, the Axboe house is perceived as a looking box to the mountain ranges beyond, tapering down its massing to allow for ample outdoor decks and patios that transition to the adjacent spaces. In tune with our firm’s ethos, the home’s energy performance is helped with double stud wall construction, triple pane European windows, orientation and massing per passive solar methods, and an airtight barrier.

Super Insulated
Minimal Thermal Bridging
Airtight Construction
Triple Pane Windows
Fresh Air Heat Recovery
Minimal Heating and Cooling
Low Flow Fixtures
Efficient Appliances
Passive Heating and Cooling
Low VOC Materials


Naruto: Every Member Of The Akatsuki, Ranked By Intelligence

Kisame : The Akatsuki was a group of powerful S-ranked rogue ninja who worked as mercenaries, but their true goal was to capture the Tailed Beasts in order to change the world. Aside from Zetsu, every single member of the group was a Kage-level ninja, which means that they were both strong and smart, but when it comes to pure intelligence, some members were smarter than others.

Kisame Was Easily Manipulated & Relied Entirely On His Sword

Kisame Hoshigaki

Kisame was extremely loyal, and if things had gone differently, he might have made a great Kage, but when it comes to intelligence, he ranks near the bottom. He wielded Samehada, which happens to be one of the strongest swords in the series, and thanks to its ability to absorb chakra, he was able to take on a Jinchuriki by himself.


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