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Sky Garden House I think one of the reasons that many are skeptical about environmental design is because they think its terribly complex and costly. It does take a bit more effort on the front end, but it's definitely not rocket science. This architecture by Guz Architects is a wonderfully developed minimalistic design with a curvilinear flare that really brings out the organic coverings. I'm most impressed with how design facilitates the needs of the plants and shrubs located throughout the house. See more at Guz Architects 10 Most Popular Projects Presented in September 2011 Dear Freshome readers, it is time for us to draw a line and see who created what in the month of September. We are happy to see that each posts gets your appreciation expressed through voting, sharing, comments and relevant advice. We are certain you guys want to see the best of the best, so here are the 10 most popular posts presented in September 2011, according to your Facebook shares. Remember that by clicking on the pictures, you can see more photos and details about each project. #1. #2. #3. #4. #5. #6. #7. #8. #9. #10.

Lace & Tea » Marchesa Spring 2010 Posted on September 17th, 2009 Georgina Chapman never disappoints me, I’ve adored her collection since she and Keren Craig began in 2004. The delicate lace, soft satin and the tattooed legs (are they stockings? I cant tell). you may also enjoy . . .mary katrantzou fall 2011valentino fall 2011 haute couturestella mccartney’s bridal lingerie collection 30 Best Room Pictures of the Week - May 04th to May 11th, 2012 1. I really love this pool 2. Kohler Waterfall Shower 3. The Hidden Life Within – Artist Giuseppe Penone carefully removes the rings of growth to reveal the ‘sapling within’. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 1900 Inn on Montford in Asheville, North Carolina 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Cut it out!! ......canvas tutorial I love a wall I can read! Take your favorite quotes and put them up on the walls with this easy, inexpensive idea! Supplies: Canvas (found mine at Hobby Lobby in a 2 pack for $7.99) Fabric contact paper spray paint staple gun printer and exacto knife or a cricut machine Step 1: Cover your canvas in the fabric you selected and secure it with a staple gun on the backside of the wood frame. Step 2: Using contact paper cut out the letters of your saying on a circut machine. Position the letters on the canvas. Step 3: When all the letters have been placed, spray a thick layer of spray paint over the entire canvas. Step 4: When it is dry, peel the letters off. Hang it on your wall and enjoy! another design option: Instead of covering the canvas with fabric, just place your letters onto the canvas, spray and peel. **edited to add: I get several emails asking about how to get the letters to stick better and prevent the paint from bleeding underneath.

Singita, Luxury African Game Reserve | Luxury Furniture, Property, Travel... - StumbleUpon Singita, Luxury African Game Reserve Singita, meaning place of miracles, is a group of world-renowned games reserves in Africa which provide a positive balance of hospitality, conservation and community for all of their guests. The luxury lodges contain an eclectic mix of African heritage and European contemporary furniture which adds a luxury feel to this unique African game reserve. About Richard Barker Love Interior Design & Exotic Travel? May 25, 2010 | South Africa Travel | View comments Be enchanted, entertained and soothed at Nam Hai, Vietnam A beautiful location, a captivating heritage and a retreat of pure luxury, The Nam Hai promises to enchant, entertain and soothe. Interlocking contemporary design – Hotel Pupp, Italy Italian and Austrian architectural practice, Bergmeisterwolf Architekten, have designed the Hotel Pupp project for Christian and Martin Pupp of Cafe Konditorei Pupp OHG.

The Sifter's Top 10 Homes of 2010 If you’re a regular reader of the Sifter you’re familiar with my real estate fascination. I love posting all types of homes. From the unique and interesting to the grand and opulent. Below you will find a collection of the Sifter’s Top 10 Homes from 2010. Click any picture or link to be taken to the original post, enjoy! The Biggest and Most Expensive Home Posted in 2010 This staggering 48,00 square foot mega-mansion in the Cayman Islands was listed at a jaw-dropping $59 million USD! The Best Use of Limited Space [500 sq ft] Architects Darrick Borowski and Danny Orenstein show us that it’s possible to live quite comfortably in 500 square feet (46 sq m). The Most Exotic Home Posted in 2010 Located in gorgeous Phuket, Thailand, this stunning property boasts over 8,000 square feet of interior space and over 8,500 square feet of outdoor terrace space as well! The Craziest Penthouse Posted in 2010 The Coolest Retrofit Property of 2010 It’s a 1965 Boeing 727 converted into a hotel room.

The easiest shirt ever I thought this shirt was easy to make, but it doesn’t compare to the one I made for Isabel this weekend. She started describing a shirt she’d seen: square, slightly cropped, very drapey. I asked her to draw a picture and she drew a rectangle. Yes, I can do that. We found the drapiest fabric in the house, a fairly loose knit left over from Rosie’s weekend project. I measured her, cut out two rectangles, sewed up the sides and shoulders, cut out the neckline, and 10 minutes after she asked for it, she had a new top. To make your own you will need half a yard of drapey knit fabric (a bit more if you want it longer). Decide where you want the sleeves to come to. Put the two rectangles together with the right sides of the fabric facing each other. You’re done!

20 Cool Wallpaper Stickers Ideas for Creative and Unique Interiors It is very often that our readers ask for ideas on how to improve the overall look of a room. These cool wallpaper sticker could be the answer they are looking for. Easy to use, the wall stickers are pre-cut adhesive items, that can be simply unwrapped and glued in the desired location. Decor 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 I know that my site is primarily a sewing and fashion related site, but for today (and hopefully a few odd days here and there) I’m going to make an exception because I’m re-opening up my antler shop! I’m posting a few inspirational photos on how to decorate your house with pretty deer and elk antlers and dead heads – and for a particular set of you out there…these will spark some DIY ideas! Because of the antler’s shape and tines (spikes), you have a vast amount of DIY possibilities - whether it is a decorative piece or holder of some kind (jewelry, coaster, coat, washi tape like the images above) for example. Whatever it may be….you can’t go wrong with these beautiful pieces in your home.

He lives in a trailer? ehhhhhh&8230;. WHOA & blah blah blah&8230; - StumbleUpon He lives in a trailer? ehhhhhh…. WHOA <——– To keep updated with my blog, take a minute and like me on Facebook! With the great response to my pirate ship bedroom blog, I searched the internet for an even more amazing bedroom and I found this guy’s trailer. Meet Matthew Hofmann. “Many of my clients are in Santa Barbara, so after looking at some tiny yet still expensive condos and lofts, I purchased and remodeled a 1978, 25-foot Airstream trailer on a whim on Craigslist.” “Material scraps from the Airstream, pictured above before the remodel, were sent to a recycling yard. My words: I think it’s great he made the trailer green. “For the new dining area, I replaced the existing tabletop with Cali Bamboo natural strand bamboo while reusing the table posts. “By removing the table posts and lowering the top to seat level, it also converts to what I call a media lounge where I can play movies on my 27-inch iMac. My words: Amazingly beautiful! My words: Excuse me, The Germans? Like this:

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