i guess everyone can have a different definition of small.
I'm very worried about these sheep coming inside. Are you supposed to bring your own herding dog?
I guess when you blow your budget on massive sliding glass doors, you're forced to resort to pine tree branch salad for Christmas dinner.
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That is so fucking glorious. I hate my life.
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Bold sheep! Looks like the last ones to get that close got turned into pillows!
Million-dollar "small cottage" LOL
Eh, the view is mutton to write home about.
The ceiling looks more expensive than the floor. That's a "spare no expense" small rural cottage.
Updoots for the shoops
This location of this place is seemingly perfect. This is the side facing the lake during day, and this is the same side during night. This is the side of the house, which is mostly glass. This is a close up of the deck facing the lake.This is a shot of one of the bathrooms. This is the second floor bedroom housed within the dormer, which looks like it belongs in /r/AccidentalWesAnderson. There are two children's room. This is the living room, and this is a shot from another angle. This is the dining space. And finally, this is a shot of the cottage in the wilderness, which shows the two medieval castles nearby.
"What's for dinner?""Tree"
I wanna hug them!
I can smell this picture 😣
Sheep just wander into the living room...oh hell no!
The best thing is you know there's some top-shelf Slavic, country side totty within walking distance. A strolls distance away could lead you to some impressionable modern day peasant girl equivalent, and who knows what lies in store... palpitations Imagine courting her, bringing her back to this cottage pad and plowing her on that sofa right there with a view of the scenery and biodiversity. Then as the stars come out the way they only do in the country side, careening over the mountain tops as night falls, popping a log into the fire in cuing the resumption of coitus by firelight and starlight alike.
Do you want sheep? BECAUSE THIS IS HOW YOU GET SHEEP, LANA!
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Looks like heaven.
When Augmented reality glasses are common, I will build something like this to display my vast pirated ebook collection.
I like the green contrast, but it gets lost. I think it would be better with a bit more green among the furnishings.
This house is just gorgeous. This is the loft seen from the other side. This is the view from the loft and the roof deck. This is the central staircase, and this is a reflection caught on the circular mirror at the corridor. This is the dining space, which isn't the most exciting part of the house. This is the bathroom. This is a corridor leading to the bedroom and this is the bedroom. This is the outdoor shower which you can see isn't enclosed at all in this pic. These are the long stone steps that are connected to the patios. This pic shows the lush layered gardens around the house. And finally, this is the general view of the house showing the dining space opening up to a patio.
The loft costs $3,000 a month. $500 a month for parking. /s
Always loved triangular lofts
How do you get blinds or curtains for the windows?!
'Tiny'? There's more floorspace in that room than in my parents' entire house.
Photo by Joe Fletcher.
That's an upvote
It looks so comfy, but after the first week you'll never use it again.Source: I had sad a place growing up.
This is amazing. Usually, I have noticed such creativity in tiny houses. Love this design.
I cannot fathom having that much money.
Eh I’m not impressed with the interior design at all.
This looks amazing, where is it? I want to go stay there!
This looks like every Pinterest bathroom... in a good way
Those green tiles are amazing!
Photo courtesy of Crookes and Jackson.
Here's the same photo with a lower resolution that has a brighter color. Here's an interior from another lodge, possibly used as the lobby. Here's the bedroom and here's a glimpse of the view from the bedroom. This is the cluster of huts on a slope seen from the outside during evening and this is the view during day. And finally, this is the view from the balcony.
It’s spherical, SPHERICAL!
Africa (especially Rwanda, Tanzania and Botswana) is massively on my bucket list. So beautiful.
Excuse my ignorance but is it safe to travel there? All I remember reading/hearing about is the civil war/genocide when I was in Junior high.
Room looks fantastic.
'USD 1299 Per person per night'
Wow, I gotta admit, that's not what I think of when someone says "thatched hut". That's beautiful.
Man that looks amazing, I wish the article had more pics though
Could you please describe it in more detail? I still cannot figure out what the picture shows me...
That was neither designed, engineered, nor built by anyone local.
iS THAT A LENS TRICK, OR IS THAT COUCH WILDLY MISSHAPEN?
Typed that out and realized I had the caps lock on. I could "of" corrected it, but it feels so right somehow...
The colour pallet & lighting o_O
That's absolute perfection
I love hotel Rwanda
That title is a mouthful
This house has a lot of pretty photos of it. This is a similar view seen from the ground floor. This is the dining space. This is taken from the living room. This is the entrance. This is the back of the house seem from below, and this is the house seem from above during night and from a bit further. And finally, this is the side view of the house seen among the mountains.
I can’t comprehend this picture. How do you get out to the loft area?
Not sure how many Camporosso there are in Italy but this is not Camporosso, Liguria. Source: I am from there.
The way the window frame frames that spire is really satisfying
OH. MY. GOD. YESSSSSSSSSSSS
So that’s where DaVinci took his inspiration from...
Goals. I would kill for that view.
I like this a lot.
Yep it makes sense :)
Cute cat you’ve got
I'll never forget this vignette about pesto and these two Italian gentlemen were having a disagreement over how to make it the best. But when one brought up the basil and said that Liguria has the best basil, both men agreed. It was the most Italian discussion I've ever heard.
Beautiful design, but it only works if you live alone. Otherwise the noise makes this setup highly practical. Working in the computer while someone is watching TV or listening to music is horrible.
Nice LC4, is that authentic or replica?
Has a Bond villian kinda vibe
Absolutely gorgeous. But looks very inconvenient to live in.
I roll out of bed and I’m in my kitchen, closet,bathroom and foyer.
And I have a view of my neighbors apartment.
Photo by Gianni Antoniali.
Nice clean space, though I find the bar along the wall with stools a bit odd. Maybe for a small cafe, but in a home, that seems like misused space to me.
Curious what the flooring is exactly. Tile with really tiny grout lines? Sheet flooring product?
Is this a private home or a sort of boutique hotel/bed&breakfast/airbnb type place? Looked like card readers on all the door handles. Bar makes a bit more sense if this is something like that, giving different residents/renters space to separate.
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Pretty wide house for nietnam standards!
I really liked the narrow but tall homes all over that country. Lots of nice cool concrete and tile.
So so neat, gosh I miss this style of narrow house back when I used to live in vietnam
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