Acido Dorado: vacation rental home in the desert outside Joshua Tree Acido Dorado, House Design, Southern California, Guest House, Exterior House, Interiors Design, Joshua Trees, House Interiors, National Parks
Acido Dorado, Joshua Tree, California
Looks fun! Hicksville Trailer Palace owner Morgan Higby Night isn't the first creative type to find inspiration in the rugged, lunar landscape of Joshua Tree National Park (see also: Gram Parsons, U2). But the Los Angeles-based writer and producer (Shortbus, Talking About Sex) has certainly taken his artists' retreat there to an audaciously kitschy level. (Courtesy Hicksville Trailer Palace)
The Treehotel, set in the forests of Harads, Sweden, offers guests a truly unique experience with one of a kind treehouse accommodations nestled high above ground. Currently open with 7 rooms, my favorite is The Mirrorcube, for its sheer beauty and ability to blend in seamlessly into the forest.
Money trees around Cumbria and Portmeirion in the UK. People have been hammering small denomination coins intro trees for centuries. The practice is said to date back as far as the early 1700s, in Scotland, where ill people would stick florins into trees in hopes that the trees would cure their illnesses
Just footsteps from Joshua Tree National Park are Acido Dorado and Rosa Muerta, two vacation rental homes built by architect Robert Stone. 78% of the gold-dipped Acido Dorado can be opened entirely to the outdoors, bringing the desert indoors. With sliding doors and mirrored walls and ceilings throughout, it’s appearance changes as day progresses to evening.