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My mission: To convince the hubs that spending WAY less and building something WAY more eco friendly doesn't mean we have to live in a tiny "mud hut." I love the freedom of design that a cob house would allow.

A curving seat wall defines an 8-foot-wide elevated patio in front of this distinctive stone fireplace (the stone is made of sedimentary clay from Arizona). Granite boulders edge the entrance and serve as a stationary coffee table. The fireplace is part of a stuccoed retaining wall set into a hill at the rear of the property. (Photo: Photo: Sunset)

I like the table... And I LOVE the chairs. Could use pallets for the construction. Would take some time with jigsaw for the curves (a lot of time), but they look quite nice, compact, and don't appear to need as much wood as a pallet Adirondack chair would

As promised, another gorgeous Spanish home today! Also this house, that I found through French by Design, in located on Formentera.

Patio Hearths Pueblo Traditions: This distinctive fireplace evokes the traditonal Southwestern kiva style. The arched firebox, beehive shape, and stucco exterior are all reminders of the hearths that Pueblo people gathered around 2,000 years ago.

Have these levels in our yard and roughly the same color on the walls. Great ideas for inspiration to complete it. Love the Bamboo along the top wall.

I would live this with some type of climbing vine growing tendrils down the upper lattice work.

Kiva fireplaces in the home make for a cozy, inviting space.

orange-brown kiva on white walls