It’s so simple!
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Have you ever wondered why your sink is underneath the window when you’re doing the dishes?
UK-based homeowner thought of this very thing when visiting Reddit.
She penned: “Planning a kitchen renovation, and realised we can easily move the kitchen sink away from the window to give us more usable counter space.”
“Then I realised, I’ve never seen a kitchen sink that isn’t in front of a window.”
She continued by asking whether there was a specific explanation, and soon the comments section was overrun with responses.
A professional at KDCUK explained: “The simple reason why kitchen sinks have traditionally been placed under the window is that the window is, obviously, on an outside wall.”
“In terms of plumbing, using as short a waste pipe as possible from the sink to the drains is not only the most effective but also the cheapest, solution.”
They added: “It’s also because it’s where the most natural light comes through. Plus if you wash by hand plates dry quicker. This is a hang over before the dishwasher.”
The appreciative woman responded: “Makes perfect sense. Thankfully, the opposite end of the kitchen also has drains and plumbing, just no windows.”
And the sink revelation blew people’s minds…
“Woaahh that’s crazy! Thanks for sharing that,” wrote one.
A second commented: “Lol omg I always thought it was so housewives could send the kids out to play and watch them while she washed up!
Idk why I though that though, nobody has ever said that to me now that I think about it.”
Meanwhile, a third added: “Never occurred to me but now I am visualising everyone I know and there sink.”
Woman Converts Old Boeing 727 Aeroplane Into Her Dream Home
In the face of adversity, some individuals find the most extraordinary ways to rise again. Meet Jo Ann Ussery, a woman whose indomitable spirit led her to transform a seemingly doomed Boeing 727 into a one-of-a-kind home after losing everything to a devastating fire.
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The old passenger plane was destined for the scrapyard until it caught the eye of Jo Ann. Undeterred by its apparent fate, she seized the opportunity and acquired the retired aircraft, shipping it to a plot of land she owned, where her extraordinary journey would take flight.
Jo Ann dedicated six months of her life to breathe new life into the retired aircraft armed with her skills and creativity. She turned the plane’s hollow shell into a comfortable abode that would soon soar above expectations with the modest budget of just $30,000.
When the transformation was complete the Boeing 727 was a fully-functioning home, boasting three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and even an unexpected twist—a hot tub right where the cockpit once sat.
From 1995 to 1999, Jo Ann called the transformed plane her home, living amid the wings and fuselage.
Sadly while the plane was being moved for public display the beloved Boeing 727 met an untimely end however the story has inspired others to create something similar.
For example a couple who have turned another Boeing 727 into a hotel that you can stay at in Costa Rica. With beautiful wooden interiors and incredible views you can book your stay into the plane and experience the fantastic renovation for yourself.
Step into a world of wonder with two beautifully appointed bedrooms and explore beyond the suite’s walls lies a captivating jungle.
As part of this exceptional resort, you’ll find yourself surrounded by pools that invite you to unwind and soak up the tropical ambiance and when hunger strikes, indulge in the flavors of the sea at two remarkable restaurants, where traditional seafood dishes take center stage, satisfying even the most discerning palate.
Credit: The 727 Fuselage Hotel
So, come aboard this unique haven where luxury meets the wild, and create unforgettable memories amidst the beauty of nature and the allure of aviation. Your extraordinary journey awaits!
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