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Yes please Joséphine!

Yes please Joséphine!
I remember hearing as a child, "Shut the door, were you born in a barn"? The answer was NO but I sure wish I could havelived in one like this! Of course then, no one would have thought of remaking one to live .... This is just beautiful! You arevery lucky and talented to have created this wonderful place!

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Catskills Cottage « ECLECTIC LIVING HOME Catskills Cottage 15Aug12 It’s true, we don’t do much shabby chic or Victorian style here at Eclectic Living, actually, we do none at all. I, however, love this getaway. Many of you may have seen this little cottage before on the NY Times feature but if you haven’t seen it or read the article, you are in for a tiny little treat. pb A completely renovated first apartment Pages Search Eames Lounge Chair, Barcelona Chair, Marble Tulip Tables - Exclusive at Rove Concepts Colorado real estate and homes Kim's personal links 20 Ways to Use Color Psychology in Your Home When you approach home design, you likely do so in a couple of different ways – choosing objects and colors that simply look attractive or using an existing pattern or decor theme to govern your decisions. However, color is a powerful tool that can be used to inspire emotions, create space illusions or simply set the mood and atmosphere for any particular room. Especially when used with interior and exterior painting, color psychology is a great way to create a healthy and beautiful home. The following are 20 ways to use color psychology in your home. 1.) Create the illusion of space with bright colors: If you want your home to look larger than it really is – especially when it is about to go on the market – you can use bright and vibrant colors like yellows and eggshells to add space to your home exterior.

To settle on the perfect shape for this simple detail, follow your heart — or diamond, or maple leaf Last winter my shutters started to peel and rot at an alarming rate. By early summer, my home's exterior was looking a lot like Grey Gardens. Though I earmarked money for new ones back in the spring, I'm paralyzed with commitmentphobia. You see, I've always wanted shutters with cute little cutouts. Up in Maine you see pine tree cutouts, on Cape Cod you see starfish and scallop shells, and in my Atlanta neighborhood you tend to see a lot of card suits, mostly diamonds with the occasional heart or club thrown in. I've decided I don't want a shape that shows off too much of the siding behind it, because who knows what condition that's in or if the color will match after being covered up by a solid shutter for so long.

What is Really Essential During the Build of the Green House? (Lecture by Catherine Mohr) This video shows a lecture by Dr. Catherine Mohr who is the Director of Medical Research at Intuitive Surgical, a high technology surgical robotics company that makes the da Vinci surgical robot. In addition, she is a Consulting Assistant Professor in the department of Surgery at Stanford School of Medicine. Dr. Living Plant Chandeliers Sunday, 08 April 2012 GreenMuze Staff The 38 Series from Bocci. Canada-based design firm Bocci has created these super funky living chandeliers. Comprised of blown glass, designer Omer Arbel created the ’38 Series’ using a random mixing of forms and shapes, with the addition of different plant species to produce an innovative light sculpture that brings greenery into every room. Visit: Via DesignBoom

stairway to heaven Posted by victoria //// 69 Comments i love everything about this beautiful home i saw on mixr. can you imagine having a lovely staircase like this, and then having it take you along its winding steps to all of this? this 1970′s townhouse renovated by Swedish interior designer Marie Olsson Nylander, is pretty much a decor dream come true for me. i love all the white, and rustic woods with dashes of bright colors and eclectic, vintage-inspired home furnishings. yep, this is my stairway to heaven.

Germany's Hemp-insulated ECOLAR House Scoops the Solar Decathlon Engineering Prize ECOLAR’s basic construction, comprised of beams and columns, essentially stays the same but can be configured differently based on the homeowner’s preferences. In keeping with the mandates of genuine sustainability, the team stuck to sustainably-sourced wood for construction, and then incorporated hemp insulation in the floors, walls and ceiling to prevent thermal loss. Despite being outlawed in some countries, this really is one of the most sensible materials to use in construction today. The vertical and rooftop solar panels are all different and can be either opaque or semi-transparent depending on where they are placed.

pallet reading bed for the nursery UPDATE: For those following a link directly to this post, you can find pictures of the entire nursery HERE UPDATE: I recently found out the owner of the bed that inspired mine, check out her incredible site HERE When we began planning the nursery I really wanted a spot I could read with our kids and snuggle with them. Since I won’t be working as much, I have great hopes that maybe every once and a while I could cuddle down for a nap with one of them. So in working on the nursery, I began working on a ‘reading bed’ for us.

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