house

stop dreaming about your fake house

i’m moving into a new place this month, and i’m excited. i’ll be living with my very good friends (yay) and just the thought of experiencing a change puts a spring in my step. have been catching myself looking at interiors online, which is kind of futile since i don’t have a money tree (yet). yeah. so, this is kind of what i would like my house to look like… one day. or at least elements of. taste veers drastically from very light & airy to pretty dark & moody.

click on the images for their sources. some of these might be reposts, sorry.

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the shack

if i can’t have the shack then no one can! muwahahaaa. wish i could live out my drunk-with-power fantasies.

as seen via here, there and everywhere.

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yes please

i’d like to put an order in for one of these, thanks.

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villa mecklin

i’m not sure that i’m sold on the design of this house, but i’m certainly envious of that huge deck – i can definitely imagine spending hours lazing about, catching some rays and watching the water. great party potential, too. notice the fire-pit that disappears into the floor during the day…

check out the rest of the pics at the contemporist

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mahna mahna factory

saw this shop on for me, for you yesterday –  i would happily put every single item in my house

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windows

i love this house because of all the glass, so it feels like there’s almost nothing between you & the forest.

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hobbit holes

these seem like great places to hibernate for the rest of the winter.

images: robert tepiak & sara rosemary

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front & back

a pretty cool modern renovation of a turn of the century row house in washington, dc

i wish we had more row houses in SA, i would love to live in an urban street not dissimilar to what you see on london, new york & other cities the world over. smaller than a house, bigger than a flat. what more could you ask for?

via archdaily

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