Hanging beds are part of a list of things everyone would love to have in their home, whether they admit it or not. What’s not to like about a hanging bed? They’re comfortable, fun, visually-interesting and they can make any room look inviting. They’re also very versatile and you can use them both indoors and outdoors.
There’s something about the fall season that is beautifully organic and earthy in nature, don’t you think? What with the pumpkins starting to pop up everywhere, the corn stalks starting to yellow, and the leaves transitioning into their blazing departure from the trees, it makes sense that this season of the harvest largely involves Mother Nature. Why not bring some of that natural flair indoors this year?
Upcycling and buying second hand doesn’t necessarily mean shabby and rustic. You can easily update used furniture with clean lines and bold colors to give a modern twist. These ‘paint dipped’ picture frames are unloved thrift store finds that were destined for the trash! You can save a set for yourself with this tutorial.
Location is key when building a vacation home so naturally, the top of a cliff seems like an extraordinary and hard to refuse option. Up there you feel like you can rule the world and take in all its beauty at once. Cliff houses are definitely amongst the most amazing and inspiring ones.
Concept Cliff House.
The problem with space is that it’s always so…relative. You can’t really say whether an apartment that measures only 39 square meters is too tiny to be comfortable or not until you see it. Personally, I’d like to call this place home. It may be small, but it looks airy and well compartmentalized.