glitterandghouls: “ HaHa… a t-shirt inspired by an actual Victorian house. ” It appears as though this piece by Terry Fan, “Haunted by the actually exists in real life! What a cool find!

We can paint you a red door to make your brick stand out -you will feel like its Assisi, Italia! ;)

We can paint you a red door to make your brick stand out -you will feel like its Assisi, Italia! ;)

Large Victorian Two and One Half/Three Story House Nebraska 1905

Details about Vintage Lucite Compact >Bell Deluxe Hand Painted

Large Victorian Two and One Half/Three Story House Nebraska 1905

I hear it calling to me....1876 Victorian: Second Empire - Terrill House in Moberly, Missouri

I hear it calling to me....1876 Victorian: Second Empire - Terrill House in Moberly, Missouri

Decorating Ideas for Victorian Homes with classic design. Even as a young girl I was fascinated with big fancy houses that had gables, wrap-around porches with gazebo corners, and especially round turrets which is where the princess of the house would always live. in my imagination.

Decorating Ideas for Victorian Homes with classic design. Even as a young girl I was fascinated with big fancy houses that had gables, wrap-around porches with gazebo corners, and especially round turrets which is where the princess of the house would always live. in my imagination.

This octogonal house with a grass roof is part of a group of houses that the owners mostly built themselves. It's based on the idea that no square corners means it's easier to heat.    Serious attention is also paid to water -- the community uses 60-65% of the average Danish water consumption, thanks to compost toilets and rainwater collection for flush toilets, washing machines, and watering gardens.

Hobbit Houses, Geothermal Heating, and More at Økosamfundet Dyssekilde, One of Denmark's Oldest Eco Villages

This octogonal house with a grass roof is part of a group of houses that the owners mostly built themselves. It's based on the idea that no square corners means it's easier to heat. Serious attention is also paid to water -- the community uses 60-65% of the average Danish water consumption, thanks to compost toilets and rainwater collection for flush toilets, washing machines, and watering gardens.

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