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Tiny victorian cottage « Sharona Design

Tiny victorian cottage « Sharona Design
Tiny Victorian Cottage [via The New York Times "Home&Garden"] The most adorable little victorian cottage ever. Sandra Foster turned a Catskills hunting cabin into the romantic Victorian cottage she had always wanted, using vintage columns, flooring and wavy glass windows, and doing the carpentry herself. This cottage is only accessible via a stone crossing over a stream. La cabaña más pequeña y adorable del mundo. Sandra Foster transformó una cabina de caza en la cabaña que ella había querido siempre usando columnas vintage, suelos y ventanas de cristal ondulado y haciendo los trabajos de carpintería ella misma.

30 Contemporary Bedrooms That Will Rock Your World When it comes to , the design alternatives are endless. This is why taking a decision in this area could prove to be somewhat tough. We decided to make this process easier for you and present 30 fresh contemporary bedrooms that could be the starting point when decorating. Interior Design Ideas, Interior Designs, Home Design Ideas, Room Design Ideas, Interior Design, Interior Decorating - Part 8 19 Bedrooms with Neutral Palettes Neutral tones in the bedroom provide an excellent canvas to let stronger design elements take the lead. Find decorating ideas for ... The Art of Hanging Art Wondering how to hang art ? Fernanda Marques Greenery-Topped Brazilian Loft is a Paragon of Luxury... Fernanda Marques has an incredible knack for creating warm, luxurious lofts in Brazil that are also paragons of green architecture. Clad and finished with recycled wood, this contemporary space fuses natural materials such as tree trunks and vines with stainless steel and glass in order to establish its harmony with nature. Featuring a breezy open plan and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood it with natural light during the day, this beautiful São Paulo home manages to maintain a low carbon footprint. With all of these gorgeous touches, we're definitely green with envy of the people who live here. At 2,228 square feet, the home is fairly large, but Marques has done a fantastic job of making sure that this footprint is not destructive to the natural environment.

Swedish Forest Huts I absolutely love these for­est huts! They’re located at the Kolar­byn eco-lodge by Lake Skärsjön in Swe­den. Each of the twelve huts come equipped with cozy sheep­skin rugs and a warm fireplace. A Canopy of Colorful Umbrellas Spotted in Portugal This beautiful installation of umbrellas was recently spotted in Águeda, Portugal by photographer Patrícia Almeida. Almost nothing is known about the artist behind the project or its significance, but it’s impossible to deny the joy caused by taking a stroll in the shadowy rainbow created by hundreds of parasols suspended over this public walkway. It reminds be of Garth Britzman’s bottle carport. (via my modern met) Canopy Living: The Ultimate Tree House Dec 1, 2009 There’s the tree house your Dad built for you in the backyard, and then there’s the tree house Robert Harvey Oshatz built in the forests of Portland, Oregon. Designed in 1997 and completed in 2004, the Wilkinson Residence is in perfect harmony with its surroundings.

Top 20 World Most Beautiful Living Spaces 03 Mar 2013 March 3, 2013 If you are browsing internet for Home Ideas, Decoration and Remodeling Tips you are on the right place. In today’s article we collected the top 20 most beautiful living spaces around the world. I am sure you will hate your apartment after checking out the images bellow. Balinese Retreat Dominating the Pantai Jasi coast, and set amid a coconut plantation right at the water’s edge, the property is modeled on the royal residences of the Minang people of Sumatra, and built entirely from recycled timber. The compound and it is a compound on 6 acres, consists of an open-air living/dining pavilion and three enclosed bedroom suites—all elevated on poles and topped with soaring thatched roofs made from locally grown grass. Interior designer and environmentalist Linda Garland created this oceanfront retreat for film director Rob Cohen of The Fast and the Furious fame. Looks like modern Balinese to me. Sloped peaked roofs met with glass walls and open sides, minimalist esthetic, open floor plan that almost reaches to the ocean.

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