February272012

dressesandyarn:

un-possible:

They dubbed it a sleepover shed.

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THIS IS AMAZING!

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allthingseurope:

Visovac Monastery, Croatia via

allthingseurope:

Visovac Monastery, Croatia via

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scissorsandthread:

Door Knob Hangers | Imm Living
Though not a DIY, this pic gives lots of inspiration to create something similar in my own house. Wouldn’t a bunch of these look great in the bathroom for hanging towels? Or a couple near the front door to hang your bag? You can usually find old doorknobs in second hand stores, reclaimed furniture stores, etc. Clean them up, spray paint them your chosen colour and attach to the wall. Easy yet effective!

scissorsandthread:

Door Knob Hangers | Imm Living

Though not a DIY, this pic gives lots of inspiration to create something similar in my own house. Wouldn’t a bunch of these look great in the bathroom for hanging towels? Or a couple near the front door to hang your bag? You can usually find old doorknobs in second hand stores, reclaimed furniture stores, etc. Clean them up, spray paint them your chosen colour and attach to the wall. Easy yet effective!

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milkandmilk:

crushculdesac:

Bobby McAlpine with Rela Gleason Interior Designer/Creative Director of Summer Hill, her home in a vineyard in Northern CA
via Architectural Digest

reminds me of childhood summers

milkandmilk:

crushculdesac:

Bobby McAlpine with Rela Gleason Interior Designer/Creative Director of Summer Hill, her home in a vineyard in Northern CA

via Architectural Digest

reminds me of childhood summers

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January242012
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hopingtohomestead:

“But sometimes, you really can buy happiness.  A full year after installing our ultra-efficient, tiny wood stove, I still smile every time I glance in her direction.  Basking in her warmth is one of my favorite cold weather activities, and perhaps that explains the longevity of my pleasure at the purchase.  Even though it seemed like we were buying a hunk of iron, we were really paying for a lifetime of experiences, and experiences are the one type of purchase that scientists report stand the test of time.”
—- The Walden Effect

hopingtohomestead:

But sometimes, you really can buy happiness.  A full year after installing our ultra-efficient, tiny wood stove, I still smile every time I glance in her direction.  Basking in her warmth is one of my favorite cold weather activities, and perhaps that explains the longevity of my pleasure at the purchase.  Even though it seemed like we were buying a hunk of iron, we were really paying for a lifetime of experiences, and experiences are the one type of purchase that scientists report stand the test of time.”

—- The Walden Effect

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