redesign by polarfux

Hi everyone. I’m sooooo exited to share with you the  N E W  a tree for 2.
I was working on this for the last couple of weeks (besides of the sewer, the floor-heating and the wooden walls…! tight schedule I tell’ya!) It was programmed and realized through the wonderful team at Polarfux. Gregor and Andreas are two really talented folks and they have the cutest little studio dog … Pixel! (what a charming name for such a cutie pie!)
Thanks to Gregor who was really patient with me. I’m a pro when it comes to photography or renovating a house (not really) but I really suck at all the programming and backstage-things a blog requires. So I was really thankful and lucky to be in good hands at Polarfux.

Respeeeeect!.. to all the ladies and gents out there hosting, designing, managing and editing their blogs themselfs!
I’m going to explain all the new additions and changes in my next post. Please let me know what you think about the redesign! Hope you like it as much as I do!

footnote: for all of you who wonder, the last photo was taken with a tilt-shift lens.
footnote #2: 
please be patient – some bugs still need to be fixed in the next couple of days. Thanks!


empty house

We worked so hard the last week… had several night shifts scheduled to be ready for the floor fill we are waiting to get. First there will be a levelling layer for bringing all the different heights to one level and it also works as a thermal insulation layer. On top of that we are going to lay our floor heating system (I’m curious if we can manage to do this on our own… we will see in a few days! .. hahaha. always sticking to my naive construction-world-view!)
First we needed to cover all the wooden walls (at least on the floor to prevent the fill floor taking over in the wooden construction).
As well as we needed to make the basic electicity works: installing all the cable-pipes where they should lead to and pulling the cables through those channels. (I worked hard with my cousin Robert on the weekend! Thank you Robert for beeing extra patient with me as I’m not a electrician and for your great work!)… although this (photo below) looks much more like a fancy art object than a (almost) working electicity supply!
The wooden box is where our shower will be (installed so that the fill floor doesn’t go underneath the shower).


BlogF and McGyver

Hello, guess what! We’ve been interviewed by the lovely ladies of BlogF (a german-speaking-blog-feed-plattform for female bloggers).
Read through my answers and the article at BlogF.

By the way I love the title of the interview: “if McGyver wants to built a treehouse…”
I’m a true McGyver fan so I’m totally flattered! Thank you Sylvia and Marlies was a pleasure working with you!
(It’s in german; sorry for all my english-speaking-readers.)