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Gardening on a Budget: DIY Vertical Gardening. Repurpose a shoe organizer into a vertical herb garden. Survival Gear and Prepping Ideas | Survival Life | http://diyready.com/diy-vertical-gardening/#

Gardening on a Budget: DIY Vertical Gardening. Repurpose a shoe organizer into a vertical herb garden. Survival Gear and Prepping Ideas | Survival Life | http://diyready.com/diy-vertical-gardening/#

Walking in the front door it's hard to miss the square chunk of compressed-straw paneling—a building material-cum-sculpture that allows visitors to see what the house is made from. Kahn's paintings hang throughout the house, and several of the rugs are her original designs.  Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

Walking in the front door it's hard to miss the square chunk of compressed-straw paneling—a building material-cum-sculpture that allows visitors to see what the house is made from. Kahn's paintings hang throughout the house, and several of the rugs are her original designs. Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

La Leroteca / Lacaja Arquitectos, green wall, garden in wall, flowers on facade, wood exterior wall, kindergarten

La Leroteca / Lacaja Arquitectos, green wall, garden in wall, flowers on facade, wood exterior wall, kindergarten

Garden Shed Studio Has Green Walls, Built of Green Materials : TreeHugger http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/garden-shed-studio-has-green-walls-built-of-green-materials.html

Garden Shed Studio Has Green Walls, Built of Green Materials : TreeHugger http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/garden-shed-studio-has-green-walls-built-of-green-materials.html

Tiny house with built in stairs/storage underneath. I like this because it's a loft bedroom, but with more separation and proper stairs. AND the only space that is "wasted" is the frost 3 or maybe 4 steps. The remaining under stairs space makes really great storage, and with the bathroom on the other side some of that area could open into the bath and some into the kitchen.

Tiny house with built in stairs/storage underneath. I like this because it's a loft bedroom, but with more separation and proper stairs. AND the only space that is "wasted" is the frost 3 or maybe 4 steps. The remaining under stairs space makes really great storage, and with the bathroom on the other side some of that area could open into the bath and some into the kitchen.