Scandinavian Reading Nook: Ideas and Inspiration for Every Room. Scandinavian Reading Nook: Ideas and Inspiration for Every Room.
Saltbox by Clayton Tiny Homes
With 270° views, the Saltbox by Clayton Tiny Homes offers a bright and spacious living area. As part of Clayton's Designer Series, the 450-square-foot modular home finishes include stylish vertical shiplap wood siding and 7” oak hardwood flooring.
How to Build a Completely Off-the-Grid, Self-Sustaining Home
These self sustaining homes are being designed by a company based in mexico named "earthship". "Off grid" meaning they try to rely as little as possible on public utilities. Michael Reynolds came up with this idea in
6 Tips for Living in a Cottage- Southernliving. Living in a tiny house doesn’t mean you have to give-up style. Photographer Josh Gibson and his interior designer wife, Michelle Prentice, werent looking to downsize when the small outbuilding
10 Tips for Decorating and Organizing Your Room for Summer
Concrete countertop Chip and Joanna Gaines help a Waco native, moving back home from New York, find and fix up a lakefront home to create a bachelor pad with a masculine feel as well as a touch of class.
The Exterior - We Just Found the Tiny House of Your Dreams - Southernliving. No official price points have been given to the tiny home yet, but judging by the poplar bark siding and cedar shake roof we’re guessing it will likely have a luxurious price tag
Shop domino for the top brands in home decor and be inspired by celebrity homes and famous interior designers. domino is your guide to living with style. Boho blue printed tile for bathroom shower and gold rain shower head
Les 17 maisons les plus extravagantes du monde. Bizarre… Vous avez dit bizarre ?
Keep food magazines handy by installing a holder on side cabinets or an island. This area is too low to store items you use regularly, but is great for items that might otherwise get lost in the shuffle.
California Cool Architecture and Design from Appleton Partners LLP-Architects
Marc Appleton and decorator Windsor Smith collaborated on the expansion and redesign of a 1926 Los Angeles house by celebrated architect George Washington Smith. Pictured is a newly created loggia, with Gothic dining chairs by McKinnon and Harris.