Favorite Place, The View, Outdoor, My Life, Wake Up, Morning Coffee, Good Morning, Cup Of Coffee
This would be one of my favorite places to be. Enjoying nature, enjoying His creation in the cool mountain breeze right at the sunrise and/or sunset
a house in the mountains. Morning coffee ....while looking at the view, and a beautiful girl to wake up next to
Ahhh... Good morning beautiful world! Now that would be a nice view to wake up to with someone special!!!..its a very beautiful morning..coffee in hand out side taking it all in ...just felt the rain drop.
A perfect morning over a cup of coffee and a great view with the love of my life **,
WHAT. waking up to those mountains in that light is pretty much the perfect morning.
If I could wake up to that every morning, I would be set for the rest of my life.
to wake up to this and have your morning coffee brewed over the fire....bliss
Wouldn't you love to wake up and have your morning coffee here every morning.
Greenhouse, Dream House, Dream Home, Wake Up, Green House, Glass Houses, Glasshouse
Green House/Garden Shed designed by Ville Hara and Linda Bergroth for Kekkilä Garden (Finland) - photograph by Arsi Ikäheimonen - as featured on linenandlavender.net - http://www.linenandlavender.net/2014/05/communing-with-nature.html
Wow. Green House/Garden Shed designed by Ville Hara and Linda Bergroth for Kekkilä Garden (Finland) - photograph by Arsi Ikäheimonen -
Vihervaja, a garden shed / greenhouse which can also be used as a nice summer bedroom as seen here. :) Design by Linda Bergroth and Ville Hara
Waking up in a Glass House: The Ultimate Garden Shed #bedroom #lakeside
Kekkila garden shed. Glass house, greenhouse with spectacular view.
Would it be possible not to awake in the sweetest mood, after sleeping in this charming glass bedroom, on the edge of a lake on a Finnish island? Designed as a kit form combination glasshouse + shed, by architect Ville Hara & designer Linda Bergroth of Hel Yes! fame, the Garden Shed is made by Kekkila in Finland. But his one has been customised by Linda Bergroth, with a timber floor, solar power & recycled brick steps, to create her own enchantingly magical bedroom retreat. Oh, what sweet dreams would enchant the most peaceful of evenings, resting & renewing oneself with the balm of nature in this glass bedroom in a forest. Would you dream beautifully? images: Dezeen Garden Shed available from Kekkila
Garden shed is designed by architect Ville Hara and designer Linda Bergroth for Kekkilä Garden’s Home & Garden collection. I It is a unique prefabricated garden shed that combines a green house with storage space and comes in ready made elements that can be assembled by simply using a screwdriver. The Garden shed is designed to fit in the Scandinavian landscape and has a traditional gabled roof - typical in the area because of the weather conditions. The product comes in natural wood and can be painted according to taste and the surrounding area. The wall elements function as support for folding shelves: glass shelves for the greenhouse that allows the sun reach all the plants and wooden shelves in two sizes for storage use. At the end of the season, when garden furniture and big tools have to be taken indoors- the shelves can be folded away to maximize floor space The double doors in the storage part were inspired by the old multilayered sewing/tool boxes that allows you to see the whole content at one simple gesture. The big doors allow natural light to come in and allows you to easily see and reach everything. The product was launched in 2010 and was awarded with the Garden Product of the Year prize. It is available through Kekkilä Garden in Finland and by Hasselfors Garden in other Scandinavian countries. The Green shed shown in the pictures is designer Linda Bergroth’s summer cottage. The designer had one of the early prototypes built to her summer cottage -a distant island in eastern Finland. The Garden shed in used as an extra bedroom during the summer months. It is customized by adding a wooden floor in the greenhouse part and solar panels to enable lighting. Stairs and pavings are made from local recycled bricks. www.avan.to www.architizer.com