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Indoors and Outdoors


 What a nice spot to do your computing!  I’m not a fan of chalk paint but in this picture it almost looks like it made a neat affect on the wall- like concrete.   


 The red chair on the right is really nice.  Since I lived in a small house (800 sf) for so many years I am still attracted to small spaces and try to make cozy, little corners in this house.  Big, empty spaces feel cold to me. 

See more of this place here:

Some other lovely pics I came across…


Nap Zone!   This must be screened in or something.  I wish I could see the whole room. 


I’m taking this idea!  I love succulents.  So pretty and easy to care for here in AZ.




It looks like this was done without a lot of money or space which is why I like it.  Everyone should be able to have a little corner in the world to call their own. 


I like the trellis idea.  Private, sweet little walkway/sideyard. 



This tent would be nice to use to change out of your wet swimsuit and into your robe so you don’t have to drip all over the house!  I’d have to do something a little more permanent though.  The fabric would fade and be tattered from the wind and sun here in AZ.  We have a narrow space on the side of the house by the pool that might work for something like this made out of wood with maybe a trellis on top and a little seat in there.  Wait a minute!  It sounds like I am describing an outhouse! 

Nice.  I’d take this for my side yard.  A step up from the outhouse/shacky idea!  LOL

Hope you enjoyed the ideas.  If nothing else, it makes you want to get outside, no? 


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