In my dreams...
fireplace with lights on the mantle with stone seating on the sides.
this is awesome....a bean bag "bed" with built in blanket and pillow...whaat!
Unique hollowed-out tree entrance in the gardens of Chaumont-sur-Loire - Work was begun by Charles d’ Amboise in 1466, and continued by many owners over the centuries. After the death of Henry II in 1559 it was bought by his wife Catherine de Medicis who proceeded to force Diane de Poitiers (Henry’s former mistress) Picture has been relinked to original source.
Treehouse in the gardens of Chaumont-sur-Loire
movie room couch/bed? I would never leave...
The Customizable $41k Refrigerator
Celtic Yule. The Nordic-influenced Celts celebrated Yule with many of the trappings we associate with modern Christmas observances: decorated evergreen trees, wreaths, holly, mistletoe, feasting, and dancing. They also believed that on this night the Holly King, as the God of the waning year, would battle the Oak King, the God of the waxing year, and lose.