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dormer bungalow with loft conversion and balconies

dormer bungalow with loft conversion and balconies

Home Getaways 23 Wild Dream Houses That'll Make You Want To Escape Civilisation - Mpora

Crap At Speaking Languages? This Awesome T-Shirt Could Be The Answer To Your Travelling Problems

Home Getaways 23 Wild Dream Houses That'll Make You Want To Escape Civilisation - Mpora

Composite door : Custom RAL grey colour composite door with side panels and lead square glass. Chrome furniture. Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.

Composite door : Custom RAL grey colour composite door with side panels and lead square glass. Chrome furniture. Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.

Master Bedroom colour scheme - definitely Light grey walls | Dusky purple curtains | furnishing in the other colours (or follow through into the en-suite)

Master Bedroom colour scheme - definitely Light grey walls | Dusky purple curtains | furnishing in the other colours (or follow through into the en-suite)

8 by 10 lighthouse made with pebbles and sea glass by by PebbleArt

8 by 10 lighthouse made with pebbles and sea glass by nova scotia artist, sharon nowlan

8 by 10 lighthouse made with pebbles and sea glass by by PebbleArt

$14.95 Sea Beach Print Flannel Skidproof Water Absorb Carpet

Sea Beach Print Flannel Skidproof Water Absorb Carpet

$14.95 Sea Beach Print Flannel Skidproof Water Absorb Carpet

Welcoming hallway | Step inside a south London town house | housetohome.co.  Blackboard a good idea

Step inside a south London town house

Dwell - Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin? This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins that jut out from their natural ledge. Architect Snorre Stinessen carefully positioned them on an existing stone quay and built them to fit two to four travelers, or a family of five. To allow them to cantilever off the edge, their cross laminated timber floor plates are mounted onto two steel beams.

Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin?

Dwell - Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin? This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins that jut out from their natural ledge. Architect Snorre Stinessen carefully positioned them on an existing stone quay and built them to fit two to four travelers, or a family of five. To allow them to cantilever off the edge, their cross laminated timber floor plates are mounted onto two steel beams.