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    Charming Cabin Built for $500 with Repurposed Windows, by photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz. Located in the mountains of West Virginia - My Modern Met

    "Rockin' At the Top" - Pink Cottage in Chalmers Street, Charleston, South Carolina USA. Photo by © Doug Hickok | Doug's Photo Blog [Please keep photo credit and original link if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]

    The Hob cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

    Completed tree house construction by Eilas Photography - construction photo series

    Very pretty Victorian house. Photo by Rick VanderLugt. In Alameda, California, USA | Flickr

    Tiny house / backyard or garden retreat. Photo by Uwe Schneider Designed by with an emphasis on repurposing / recycling materials

    Irish Vernacular tiny house - advice Dominic Stevens B.Arch. MRIA

    Sauna Tree by Askeladen, via Flickr

    "Cellar" - celllar entrance in the snow - by *rici66 on deviantART

    This compact 12 x 12 cabin has an 8 x 12 foot enclosed space. The 10 / 12 roof pitch and optional extra height give plenty of room in the loft for sleeping. Ventilation is provided by a double opening triangular window. The dormer on the front and the shed dormer on the back further increase the room in the loft!

    Bold shipping container home in Lille, France is all about stacking. Designed and built by Patrick Partouche, Maison Container Lille is a 3 bedroom home made from 8 standard shipping containers situated next to a field. The containers' ends have been cut out to make way for windows, and the cargo doors can be opened or closed for shade, privacy, or protection during severe storms. Completed in 2010, the container home took only 3 days to construct after the modules were delivered to the site.

    Building. Ilyinka str. Moscow, Russia. (Detail) Photo by Andrey | akk_rus on Flickr


    Mountain Cottage by TKP Architects. Traditionally styled stone cottage

    Norwegian rustic holiday hut: "Norway III" by ~LewisBush on deviantART . [Please keep photo credit and original link if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]

    Tasmania,by James Bowden (21 Dec, 2011), via Flickr

    Dinka children in front of a thatched hut | photo by © Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith | C-print| 14.5"x21" & 22"x32" via Modernbook Galleries

    Blue Door, by Cromagnonde Peyrignac: A house in St-Lyphard, France. via Flickr.

    Geestharden house / Cimbrian house on Sylt Island, North Frisian Islands, Germany. Photo © 2009 by n.ilka, via Flickr [Please keep photo credit and original link if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]

    Jellybean houses by ©Shireen Nadir | Blue Brick Photography: on a typical, crazy, St. John’s hill, Newfoundland, Canada: do they come with special furniture or anti-sliding aids?

    The roof of Casa Milà, Barcelona, built by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, for the married couple Roser Segimon and Pere Milà, 1905-1912. It was a controversial design at the time due to the bold forms of the undulating stone facade, and other innovations. Photo by ©John Dolan

    Kat Wise: "This is our crazy home, Calico, the House That Sweaters Built! It's been quite a renovation journey to get it to its psychedelic rainbow state." Wow!

    Would you love to see the inside? I would! This beautiful home is a rubble stone lime mortar thatched cottage in Blaise Hamlet near Bristol, England. Designed by John Nash, a master of the picturesque architectural style and designer of a very famous house in London, namely Buckingham Palace!


    cottage with dormer, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA - lovely