Charlotte Hawken
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**Bohemian Treehouse** - my last (ever) boyfriend at 25... reminds me of his house. Beautiful, not according to code (it had a small bit o river flowing thru it), funky but surrounded with trees, etc. the boy didn't last but the memory did...

**Bohemian Treehouse** - my last (ever) boyfriend at 25... reminds me of his house. Beautiful, not according to code (it had a small bit o river flowing thru it), funky but surrounded with trees, etc. the boy didn't last but the memory did...

This looks like one of the cabins I stayed in at Yosemite National Park, a looong time ago. Take me back there now! Just me, my thoughts a good book some paper and a pen. Oh and good food and coffee.

This looks like one of the cabins I stayed in at Yosemite National Park, a looong time ago. Take me back there now! Just me, my thoughts a good book some paper and a pen. Oh and good food and coffee.

Photography by Hayley Simmons. Styling by Tessa Kavanagh. Original shoot appeared in Le Petite Magazine - Digital Issue 15. Sydney, Australia.

Photography by Hayley Simmons. Styling by Tessa Kavanagh. Original shoot appeared in Le Petite Magazine - Digital Issue 15. Sydney, Australia.

Minimalist Bedroom. Industrial Bedframe

Minimalist Bedroom. Industrial Bedframe

Jim Mortensen had a plan to beat the high price of oil during the 1974 oil embargo. He’d build an energy efficient underground house. With help from friends and family, Jim Mortensen and his wife Mickey spent about eight years building their underground house moving in in 1983. The stone facade is from rock the couple collected by hand from their land. Jim made the mortar while Mickey laid all the stone.

Jim Mortensen had a plan to beat the high price of oil during the 1974 oil embargo. He’d build an energy efficient underground house. With help from friends and family, Jim Mortensen and his wife Mickey spent about eight years building their underground house moving in in 1983. The stone facade is from rock the couple collected by hand from their land. Jim made the mortar while Mickey laid all the stone.