When I first moved to San Francisco, I lived in a shotgun flat. The bathroom was like this, but smaller and not nearly as fancy. It was a small enclosed room-within-a-room, just the width and length of the clawfoot bathtub inside, but enclosed, with a door on it, and then there was a window to the outside. It was painted red, or maybe blue inside, I forget, and it had a huge tub that two people could fit into easily. Quite a lovely place for a bath, really. Cozy.

Love the Union Jack Sofa! Such a great graphic effect. Trying to imagine having the American flag on a couch like that...that's a *completely* different vibe.

Union Jack Sofa

Attic converted to year round 'camp' indoors -- perfect for parties, sleepovers, or date nights.

Yes please

{hanging bed on a screened porch}

  • Laura Hamilton

    Dang, that backyard could use a little work now.

  • Laura Hamilton

    I wish all my beds were like this. Imagine how easy vacuuming/sweeping underneath would be.

Waves nearly crest into the family room and kitchen of the Clingstone House in Narragansett Bay. The 105-year-old Rhode Island summerhouse is situated on top of a rocky island, just a few yards larger than the house itself.

Dick Clark's kitchen in Malibu.

Dick Clark's house in Malibu.

This bathroom carpet is made of imputrescible [not subject to decay] foam called plastazote. Each cell welcomes a piece of moss (ball moss, Island moss, forest moss). The humidity of the bathroom and the drops flowing from the body, water the mosses. This vegetable carpet procures a great feeling to your feet.

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