Retired, Still Working|
Some people just can't relax when they retire. Unique, customized homes and backyards.
|| Folk Artists|
Where homes and yards are the canvas for art.
|| Recycled Wonders|
Homes of bottles junk and even beer cans.
|| Inspired by Pain|
Unique homes created out of suffering.
|| Funny Farms|
A bowling ball garden, love pond and hundreds of dummies.
|| Something to Say|
Decorating homes and yards to make a point.
|| Yards of Fun|
For some pink flamingos is just the start.
|| Fantasy Gardens|
Life-sized scarecrows huge boulders and thousands of flowers.
|| Strange, Yet Wonderful|
From a House of Exotica to a Nuthouse.
|| The Collectors|
Prairie farm collections and a House of Toys.
|| Junkyard Treasures|
Remarkable recycled art from trash.
|| Paradise Found|
A man-made mountain in the desert a temple in backwoods Georgia and an underground home in Ontario.
|| Artists in Residence|
Life-sized robots, metal dogs, and the odd Cyclops in the garden.
|| Artists at Work|
Chainsaw carving crazy critters, sculpting and welding in the living room.
|| Off the Beaten Track|
Homes full of Hollywood dreams and the psychedelic 60s plus a place in the woods.
|| Yard Shows|
Rocks, fine china, whimsical sculptures, and strange creatures decorate a variety of yards.
|| Hidden in the City|
Fantastic footwear inside an old brewery? If the shoe fits...
|| Incredible Collections|
Nooks and crannies filled with collectibles, including cats.
|| Up in the Air|
A real tree house, two flying saucers and a dome home.
|| Castles Called Home|
Strange copies of castles, one with a fire-breathing dragon.
|| Crazy Yards|
Pop bottles glass chickens windmills and other unusual paraphernalia
|| Made with Passion|
Places built with love and years of labour including a Greek temple from a plain urban home.
|| Roadside Attractions|
From a Tinkertown to a crop of bizarre concrete creatures.
|| Staying Afloat|
Home sweet floating homes including a former ferry.
|| Homemade Shrines|
A celebration of all things Elvis, a monument to the lowly toilet seat and homage to hilarity.
|| Outsider Artists|
A magical metal machine fuelled by imagination, whittled wonders and an artist who thinks VERY big.
|| Fun Houses|
A sense of humour is definitely an asset to enjoy these places.
|| Home Is Where the Art Is|
Artists whose canvasses are their homes.
|| Trash to Treasures|
Art and collectibles created from junk.
|| Sticks and Bones|
Homes adorned with art pieces created from really raw materials.
|| Down the Garden Path|
Yards and gardens that go beyond tomatoes and tulips.
|| Life Underground|
Home owners who choose to live in caves, missile silos, or hand-built underground homes.
Some homes, like this tree house, martial arts home and hobbit house, just want to have fun.
34. ||Fuelled By Dreams|
Dreams are the ultimate unleaded fuel for three homes devoted to all things vehicular.
35. ||Visions of Grandeur|
A home is a medieval castle (or Roman villa, or African tribal mansion) for folks with grand vision.
36. ||Dare to be Different|
Homes where folks have dared to express themselves, with bowling ball gardens, taxidermy and bottle caps.
37. ||Radical Attitudes|
With a little attitude and imagination, homes can make a statement about art, the environment or quality of life.
38. ||Spiritual Spaces|
A Paradise Garden and a pyramid home are among the houses designed with spiritual spaces in mind.
39. ||Home on the Range|
Wide-ranging interests and a few farm animals contribute to the weirdness of these homes.
Landlubbers with a driftwood house, a paddle wheeler and an extraordinary beachcomber.
My Home, My Castle|
Meet three couples who are Kings and Queens.
Young at Heart|
Fantasyland, a house of toys and a barnyard fairytales.
There Goes the Neighbourhood|
Not exactly the traditional neighbourhood.
Off the Grid|
Creature comforts in an unplugged environment.
Uncompromising artists whose homes are their canvas.
Consider these personal animal houses.
Three families who mow the grass on their roofs.
Three collections that are really worth seeing.
Life's a Gas|
Are these houses, garages or gas stations?
Living in the Past|
Homes full of history and living museums.
A refuge from the world with visitors galore.
Nothing to Waste|
Creative uses of second hand stuff.
You won't see this stuff growing in Homes and Gardens.
These people are just cowboys at heart.
These homes were well and truly decorated.
Their homes are all ancient masterpieces.
Flights of Fancy|
Living in a 747, a spaceship apartment and flying dragons.
What can mud and straw and ocean tides have in common?
On The Rocks|
Foundations don't get any more solid than this.
Labour of Love|
Built for the love of others, these are.
Really living life in bygone eras.
Mind of Their Own|
You can't look at these and say 'Oh, never mind'.
Three bachelors in homes only men could love.
Where The Heart Is|
Three unique homes and the people who love them.
Now these are what we call hives of activity.
66. ||Against The Grain|
Keeping up with the Jones�s is tough when the Jones�s have homes full of strange and wonderful objects.
67. ||Daring Decor|
Think waaaaay beyond beige.
68. ||Bursting at the Seams|
Pop art, postcards, sock monkeys, smiley faces, chrome, cartoons, missiles, space suits, kitsch and flamingos overwhelm the houses of these folks
69. ||It�s a Jungle Out There|
It takes a special kind of person to turn a cast-off into a custom creation.
70. ||Secret Gardens|
Creative gardens in the Pacific North West
71. ||Zest for Life|
A home full of rainbows,
one that takes us back to Egypt, and a club full of incredible sea-life creations
72. ||No Ordinary Address|
Passion is the principle behind these homes.
73. ||Magnificent Obsessions|
The home as a shrine to collections and hobbies.
74. ||Living With Spirits|
Visit a Voodoo princess in New Orleans, the home of a New York man
fascinated with death, the elements of feng shui and a house in Nova Scotia.
75. ||For the Love of Art|
When their home is the artist's canvas.
76. ||Making Their Mark|
These homeowners really
go the extra mile.
77. ||Local Legends|
Sometimes the past is more fun the second time around.
No cookie-cutter condos here.