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Modern Farmhouse, Spaces, California Homes, Bathtubs, Attic Bath, English Country, Beautiful Bathroom, Home Design, Modern Crop
A Modern Crop of Farmhouses | California Home + Design
Modernized farmhouse in the Cotswolds
for my weekend house in the english country side. duh.
Bathtub and beams
great tub in a cozy attic bath
Diane Keaton's restored Wallace Neff designed home.
Decor, Beverly Hills, Architectural Digest, Neff Resident, Celebrities Homes, Fireplaces, Architecture Digest, Wallace Neff, Diane Keaton
Hollywood At Home: Diane Keaton : Architectural Digest
Fireplace (Diane Keaton's 1926 Wallace Neff Residence in Beverly Hills)
Hollywood At Home: Diane Keaton : Architectural Digest
Shepherd College buit this house to attract youngsters to summer courses. Bedroom, stairs, kitchen—everything is miniature. Shepherdstown, West Virginia, August 1948.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic
Tiny House, Plays House, Little House, National Geographic, West Virginia, Playhouses, Wendy House, Play Houses, Peter Pan
tiny house for kids...I wouldnt mind a tiny house that looked like this one (just a bit larger/taller though!)
...and play houses! Shepherdstown, West Virginia, August 1948.
Shepherdstown, West Virginia, August 1948. it's the little house!
National Geographic Magazine - Shepherdstown, West Virginia, August 1948.- No, this was not our playhouse. It was featured in an article in an old issue of the magazine that we had. But we looked at it so often it was like looking in our family photo album.
Living Rooms, 1960S Retro, 1960S Living, Livingroom, Architecture Interiors, 60S Interiors, Interiors Design, Design Bedrooms, Design Blog
1#architecture interior design #decoracao de casas #interior ideas #design bedrooms #home design| http://architecture305.blogspot.com
1960s Living Room
60s interior design
Photos, Hot House, Post, Grandma Phones, Awesome Phones, 70S Phones, Penelope Teapots, Crafts, Groovy Phones
And Justice For You: An awesome phone
there is so much i like about this photo
'70s Stained glass cat.
Decor, North America, Houseboats, Interiors, Glasses Cat, White Cats, Windows, Kitty, Stained Glasses
Houseboat, Reflections of North America's Floating Homes. Ben Dennis/Betsey Case 1977 ~ stained glass
white cat houseboat window
70s houseboat interior
1970s jungle themed living room design.
Vintage Home, Living Rooms, Decorating Ideas, 1970S Decor, Vintage Room, Living Room Designs, 1970S Jungles, 1970 S Decor, Dreams Interiors
1960 decorating ideas | Vintage Home Decorating: Getting Ideas From the Late 1960s ...
1970s jungle themed living room design / love the floor
Edward Lee Cave's 18th century Connecticut Farm House - The Hall After selling his apartment in Paris, Mr. Cave left his collection of French drawings in storage for five years. Eventually he brought himself to hang them at Captain's Farm, and they now add a bit of conti- nental glamour to a stair hall.
Edward Lee Cave's hall in home in northeastern CT. Art wall
David Lee Cave's upstairs guest room.
Cristian Zuzunaga, Pixel Couch, Pixel Sofas, Sofas Design, Colors, Living Room, House, Furniture, Art Sofas
Pixel Sofa. I would love to have one in my new house :) designed by Christian Zuzunaga
Pixel Sofa... interesting, would depend on what my future living room looks like but this would be a cool sofa none the less.
The pixel couch! Designed by Cristian Zuzunaga and distributed by italian furniture company, Moroso
Pixel sofa - love the colors!
¡! Pixels Sofa. Designer Cristian Zuzunaga
1970S Converse, 70 S Decor, Interiors Design, Converse Pit, 1970S Decor, Conversation Pit, Convers Pit, Vintage Interiors, Super Seventies
vintage conversation pits | Super Seventies conversation pit. I want one!
Interior design: a 1970s conversation pit.
Carpet stair runner
Bohemian Vintage Decor, Area Rugs, Interiors Design, Stairs Runners, Stair Runners, Rugs Make, Bohemian Home, Carpets Stairs, Oriental Rugs
Carpet stair runner from cut area rugs
Fantastic idea for creating such a wow effect!!! #interior #design #SouthAfrica www.frontdoorinteriors.co.za
stairway of Oriental rug pieces I ADORE this!!
A mix of rugs making up the stair runner
stellar 70s home decor
Wall Art, 1970, Kids Plays Room, Guest House, Wall Murals, Rec Room, Living Room, 70S Decor, Accent Wall
Great 70s decor!
beautiful wall art
70s kitsch with wall mural
This would be so fun for a kids play room!
A really crazy, out-there, accent wall
1970 Armstrong image
Underground, Villa Vals, Switzerland
Hobbit Hole, Hobbit Home, Dreams House, Floors Design, Underground Home, Swiss Alps, Places, Architecture, Hobbit House
Underground #floor design ideas #floor decorating before and after #floor design #floor interior design
Villa Vals, in the Swiss Alps. http://villavals.ch/index.php dream house.
The Villa Vals, dug into a hillside in the Swiss alps. (aka hobbit hole)
Hidden place. (Like a modern Hobbit's house)
A gorgeous underground home with the goal of concealing a home into the Alpine slopes - I would say they succeeded! An amazing architectural feat | Architects: SeARCH & CMA | Location: Vals, Switzerland | Design: Bjarne Mastenbroek & Christian Müller | Project Year: 2009 | Photographs: Iwan Baan
The Villa Vals, dug into a hillside in the Swiss alps. This must be the adult Hobbit Home of my dreams
Awesome place to visit. The building is underground. Underground homes are an attractive alternative to traditionally built homes for some house seekers, especially those who are looking to minimize their home's negative impact on the environment. Besides the novelty of living underground, some of the advantages of underground houses include resistance to severe weather, an exceptionally quiet living space, an unobtrusive presence in the surrounding landscape, and a nearly constant interior temperature due to the natural insulating properties of the surrounding earth. The greatest draw for most, however, is the energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of such houses. Because of the stable subsurface temperature of the Earth, heating and cooling costs are often much lower in an underground house than in a comparable above-ground house. When combined with solar design, it is possible to eliminate energy bills entirely. Initial building costs are also often exceptionally low, as underground building is largely subtractive rather than additive, and because the natural materials displaced by the construction can be recycled as building materials. However, underground living does have certain disadvantages, such as the potential for flooding, which in some cases may require special pumping systems to be installed. Underground living has been a feature of fiction, such as the hobbit holes of the Shire as described in the stories of J. R. R. Tolkien and The Underground City by Jules Verne. It is also the preferred mode of housing to communities in such extreme environments as Australia's Coober Pedy, Berber caves as those in Matmâta, Tunisia, and even Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. Underground living is even being considered for the design of a future base on Mars. Completely underground homes need not be considered impractical or unaesthetic any longer. With today's technologies one can direct natural light into living spaces with light tubes. Virtual windows can provide any view one chooses by the use of cameras or internet cam feeds. Even whole walls can display whatever view one wants someday soon (wall-sized flat screen monitors are still too expensive to be widely used), possibly even with live ambient audio added. Also factories and office buildings would benefit too, for many of the same reasons (noise, energy use, security, community aesthetics, save space; park cars and trucks on top of it instead of next to it, etc.). Often, underground living structures are not entirely underground, typically if they are exposed on one side when built into a hill. This exposure can significantly improve interior lighting, although at the expense of greater exposure to the elements.
Decoristadomest Bliss, Living Rooms, Livingroom, Yellow Living Room, My Heart, Living Room Designs, 70S Decor, 1970S, Throwback Thursday
Yellow living room design, 1976.
The Decorista-Domestic Bliss: Throwback Thursday... vintage decorating
Harvest gold. Be still my heart.
Living room #1970s #livingroom
A motor home holiday, 1974.