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  • Steve Kshlerin

    Garden Shed #bedroom decor #bedroom design #Bed Room #BedRoom

  • Mieke Janssen

    Garden Shed by Ville Hara and Linda Bergroth  By the waterside on a Finnish island, the Helsinki architect Hara and the designer Bergroth have crafted this idyllic, fairy-tale like greenhouse. With wooden floors, an entry out of bricks, solar panels for lighting, all contributes to the fact that this place is the perfect getaway bedroom.  (Via Dezeen)

  • Brooke Golightly

    Garden Glass House - this would be a dream come true bedroom

  • Daria Schumann

    green house bedroom of my dreams

  • Rachel Millner

    Dream state. Modular greenhouse, garden shed, inside-out bedroom.

  • Toula Karayannis

    Glasshouse Bedroom: bedroom of my dreams.

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