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Get closer to nature by living in an underground home built from sustainable materials I’ve always wanted to live in an underground dwelling because it’s the closest I’ll ever get to living like a Hobbit, and it seems like the perfect place to go in case zombies attack. Most importantly, underground homes are very eco-friendly and are built directly into the earth, which means they take up less construction material and produce less waste. Plus, they just look cool! Here are 4 underground homes that get my “thumbs up” for being truly green and innovative:
Okay here is something different.
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Hello my lovely readers!
first image 'house taishido' by key operation inc. in setagaya, tokyo, japan all images courtesy key operation inc. (above) image by key operation inc. japanese studio key operation inc.
ABOVE: Add a touch of elegance to a glam bedroom with chandeliers painted on the wall above the bed.
My friends, if there ever was a bandwagon, this carefree DIYer is jumping right on it.
Everyone is looking for something different in their hotel experience—some crave numerous amenities; some look for a spot with interesting architecture or an otherwise unforgettable space; and some just want a cheap bed to crash on. The funky hotel Huettenpalast in Berlin delivers on all three of those, which makes it a must visit in my book. You can stay in their hotel rooms or book one of the three indoor caravans and huts featured here for a more unconventional sleep experience.
If you thought chalkboards were just for schoolrooms, think again.