Stuff S. likes
Julie and her young son, Henry, were offered the chance to live at the base of a tropical fruit farm in Southern California, about a mile from the Pacific ocean. Included in the deal was a small studio within the packing facility to create her large–scale abstract paintings. Too good to be true, right? The only catch? She'd have to rehab an existing Airstream trailer and garden shed as her home. The resulting living situation is imaginative, inviting and absolutely wild.
Not so into the estate-hunt-with-dogs look, but LOVE this book nook
Book nook. With paper books, and not Nooks (TM). Or other TMs. Just sayin'.
How to make a moss chair. Scary thing is, I have just the place in my yard where I could put this...I might try a moss bench instead...attatch two or three chairs together...either that or do this wing chair with a little matching foot stool! Then maybe a little fruit tree or something tall on the side to be like a lamp or shade...hmm...ideas.
Moss throne for the fairy queen