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San Francisco home from ‘Full House’ intro lists for $3.55M

Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there’s a face of somebody who needs you … and wants to call you their home.

Fans of the iconic sitcom “Full House,” which famously starred Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen — as well as the late comedian Bob Saget, who passed away unexpectedly in January at age 65 — can now own part of the show’s history.

A San Francisco house that’s one of the city’s rarely available Queen Anne- and Victorian-style “Painted Ladies” — a row of seven properties that appeared on television screens in the show’s intro sequence — has listed for

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Queer Eye’s Bobby Berk Has a Palm Desert Home on Airbnb

If you don’t get to have your own home transformed by Berk, you can at least stay in one of his masterpieces when visiting this Southern California desert oasis.

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Anyone else get as excited about the home renovations on Netflix’s Queer Eye as they do about the personal transformations that take place on the show? It’s hard not to when design guru Bobby Berk works his magic to turn even the sloppiest spaces into absolutely stunning homes.

Well, even if you can’t have Berk reinvent your own home (one can dream), you can now stay in

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Mishawaka High School Building Trades program seeks house from city to renovate

MISHAWAKA — Building trades students at Mishawaka High School will learn renovation skills in addition to constructing a new house next year if the school district “buys” a house to upgrade.

The Mishawaka Redevelopment Commission on Monday will decide on an agreement  to sell a house at 324 W. Mishawaka Ave. to the building trades program for $1. The meeting is set for 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, 600 E. Third St.

The house renovation plan is a first for the school’s building trades program. With currently high costs for building materials, teachers in the program have decided to expand

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Do NFTs have a place in the home?

NFTs are increasingly making their way into the home world, with marketplaces like 1stDibs hosting auctions for the digital assets and manufacturers such as Nathan Anthony debuting cryptocurrency-inspired furniture collections at this year’s Spring High Point Market. When it comes to interiors, however, the increased attention around digital artwork raises the question of whether virtual possessions are actually making their way into homes—and if so, how exactly does that work?

In recent months, a number of startups have cropped up with the goal of tapping into the market of homeowners and art collectors who want to show off their digital

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