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  • Alicia Caudle

    Strawbale house -- perfect external music studio for the husby

  • Ann Hayes

    Rachel's straw bale home in Wales. It won the Grand Designs eco-house award in 2009. Rachel's home was the first two storey load bearing straw bale home in the UK. See more pictures of her home at

  • Diana de Gonzalez

    The inspiration behind this remarkable home came from a desire to learn from the land and rediscover a way of life side by side with nature. What makes this impressive home even more innovative in its design is the fact that it has been created without the use of a timber frame, as the straw bale walls are load bearing (something not allowed by current codes in California).

  • Lesley Typhair

    Straw bale house, Rachel Shiamh, Quiet Earth Project, Penwhilwr, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

  • Graziana Giotta

    Straw Bale Eco House

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Interior of Staw Bale homes can be beautiful!

Straw Bale Herb Garden Workshop. This small building is the inspiration for the herb workshop space I'll need. It's likely to be an octagon shape though as it will be faster to construct. I'll use this building for drying fresh herbs and making concoctions.

Could I achieve this look in a straw bale house?

window seat Strawbale construction: 3 times the insulation value of a conventional wall; 3 times more fire proof than a conventional home (yes, you read that right!); lessens pollution by using a waste material that normally contributes significantly to the pollution cycle; ideal building system for the owner builder; incredibly sound proof; able to withstand natural disasters

10. Straw Bale Home in Scotland Huddled by a loch deep in Scotland, this straw home only cost £4,000 to build. But boy, what a structure it is. Built of straw and adorned with a turf roof decorated with flowers, the maker, Steve James, believes he has created his dream eco house. Don't be fooled by its rustic appearance: the cottage has a modern interior and Steve is deeply proud of it, going on to reveal that his kitchen is made from a cedar that blew over in a Glasgow park. The home feature

I had something like this in mind for my straw bale house only I want my seating area sunk about a foot or two and surrounding a nice hearth.