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  • JJ's Pins

    Backyard studio- love the stone patio in front

  • Niki McCartney

    Backyard art studio?

  • Carole Ebert

    Retreat! #garden #outdoor #backyard #back #yard #retreat #potting #shed #garden #outdoor #living #spaces #garden designs #modern garden design #garden design #garden decorating #garden design|

  • Jennifer Holland

    I would love a little cottage in my backyard...if my backyard was big enough.

  • Stacy Carpenter

    Backyard guesthouse

  • darby may

    garden shed or guest house?

  • Nancy Stewart

    Tiny House by cristina I'd love to have a backyard studio like this, with a sunroof too. Love the architectural details.

  • Jill

    Love everything. Would make a great guest cottage. Love the large stone patio in front and white decorative trim.

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for the love of cape cod, cute little cottage

So typical Balboa Island. I love to walk the streets and admire the lovely cottages.

Another pretty yellow door! and these are pretty much the colors on our exterior, too.

Farmhouse Decorating Ideas - Rustic Farm Pictures - Country Living

1918 by EW Stillwell, design #R-88. 1st fl bedroom, put a bath in its place attached to the den and the hall, larger closet in den as well. The kitchen should lose the door directly to the dining room, breakfast nook could be a small greenhouse or sunroom, back porch could be a pantry / mud room. 2nd floor: lose the dressing room, turn into bath. Existing bath is incorporated into sleeping porch and larger landing

The brown is too dark but I like the putty color and the red...