Category Archives: Cabins

Cabin envy warmth

Check out these cabins…they make me think of warmer climates and journeys to California especially and right now… that’s much needed. The pic on the right reminds me of an open garden we chanced upon last year on holiday in … Continue reading

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Bothy cabin envy

Take a look at this, a bothy situated on a sheep farm and insulated with sheep wool. Taken from Houzz.co.uk  

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Looking for Snow

Since we moved to the south west of England in 1999 when teenage son was just ten months old he has never seen a blanket of thick white crunchy snow in his hometown. When he was three we spent Christmas … Continue reading

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Chalet Christmas

What do you do when you live in a small cabin and a Christmas tree would take up a quarter of the living space? I’ve been looking on Pinterest and am taken with all the creative ways you can make … Continue reading

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Cabin Envy tiny house

  Whether wheels or stilts whats not to like … and the bottom one is from Hawaii Top right and bottom  http://www.countryliving.com/home-design/g1887/tiny-house/?slide=38 Top left from The Fabulous Weird Trotters 

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Hawaiian themed chalet gifts 1

  One of our summer gifts was this, All About Hawaii, a 1936 Standard Guide book with intricately folded pull out maps on a kind of greaseproof paper. It’s immaculate. We won’t be using it when we next travel to … Continue reading

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Cabin envy for book lovers

    A guest house cabin kitted out with 1,000 books in up state New York, called “Hemmelig Rom,” which means “Secret Room” in Norwegian.  One room; a wood burning stove; sheepskins and 1000 books…nice.  You can see more at the … Continue reading

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