Home Decor. Peanutbutterdynamite. Fantasy Forest Tree House. 8:57pm | Aug 21st, 2010 If this looks large to you, imagine how big it would seem to someone half your size or smaller.
Like some childrens picture-book come to life, this ‘Enchanted Forest‘ wooden tree house may look a bit kitsch to us as adults from a design perspective – but for kids it is one very cool combination of fairy tale magic and real-life adventure. Held up by a combination of wooden beams and actual tree trunks, a spiral staircase connects this series of interdependent levels to effectively create a single (narrative) structure out of a number of semi-autonomous rooms and floors along the way.
Each platform affords places to play as well as increasingly interesting views of the surrounding treescapes. -Via Dornob. Nu in vtwonen. Good reads: vtwonen. Posted by victoria //// 10 Comments the issue of vtwonen is out, and it’s got a magalogue. that’s something fairly new, but this one from dutch magazine vtwonen is online (and also an app), and to shop you simply click on the little hearts in the images. mind you, the whole thing is in dutch, but i still found the images most inspiring.
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And a BIG thank you to Grace for posting it. I love how the story looks on her blog (well, I love everything on her blog!) , it really shines – but poor French Boy, he is a little embarrassed… I did warn him to close his eyes! There were quite a few questions in the comments on design*sponge so I am going to try to answer them all here. I have linked to each commenter so you can easily find the answer to your question within this post. Q:AMM asked ‘ how did you make the day bed?’ A:That was a bit of a story in itself AMM!
Q:Orange Pattern, T in LA and Katie were intrigued to know what the writing was on the guitar room windows. A: It’s a little prose I wrote about meeting French boy, and I was in the process of making it into song lyrics. Q: T in LA asked where did I get the heart shape above the bed… Q: Willi, Jennifer and Debbie asked about the wallpaper and the pine light shade in the kitchen… Related Posts : Adore Home magazine - Read. Wedding Invitations, Envelopes, Stationery, Crafts. Coolest Halloween Decorations EVER! From Bookshelves to Bedrooms A Roundup of Neat & Beautiful Spaces. Beautiful Giftware delivered to your door. Dessert or lunch no 69 by villarrealceramics. Armchair Neat Freak : Library. Yep.
We are at it again. We’ve Bedroomed. We’ve Living Roomed. We’ve Kitchened. Today we are going to Library, by special request of JustB reader, Tania. Do you love a Library too? JustBs, I give you The Armchair Neat Freak, in the library. Xx Pip Click each image to view source :: Meet us on Facebook to chat! Small spaces, friendly faces (9 Photos) Love mae. Armchair Neat Freak : Kitchen. I know for a fact that January is the time when everyone turns their homes upside down in an organizational tornado.
It’s surely the peak neat freak time at shops like IKEA and Howard’s Storage World (who thought of that ingenious name, btw?!) With pressed and buttoned up people seeking better tooth brush holders, more streamlined dish drainers, more neatly stacking plastic crates, more shoe racks, more loo paper wranglers? I am also positive that charity stores get their donation bins and doorways PILED high with useful (and not so useful) things come Jan Oh One. I have seen those useful things scattered up and down the street out the front of my local Salvos after a long weekend. (This reminds me of the sleeping bodies of New Year’s Eve revelers, similarly dotted about the local park on New Year’s Day.) Doesn’t it make you TIRED just to think of it? Top Ten Most Nutritious Vegetables and How to Grow Them in Your Garden. A perfectly ripe, juicy tomato, still warm from the sun.
Sweet carrots, pulled from the garden minutes (or even seconds!) Before they're eaten. Growing your own vegetables is one of those activities that balances practicality and indulgence. In addition to the convenience of having the fixings for a salad or light supper right outside your door (or on your windowsill), when you grow your own vegetables, you're getting the most nutritional bang for your buck as well. Vegetables start losing nutrients as soon as they're harvested, and quality diminishes as sugars are turned into starches. Broccoli is high in calcium, iron, and magnesium, as well as vitamins A, B6, and C. How to grow broccoliGrow broccoli in containers: One broccoli plant per pot, pots should be 12 to 16 inches deep.What to watch out for: Cabbage worm. NINJABREAD MEN™ Great space ideas for a two-room apartment (about 22 photos)