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I saw this and the first thought in my head was; "Oh look! The Burrow!"

Borgund Stave Church…

900 year old church. Borgund Stave Church is a stave church located in Borgund, Lærdal, Norway. It is classified as a triple nave stave church of the so-called Sogn-type. This is also the best preserved of Norway's 28 extant stave churches.


A beautiful two-story cottage in your backyard would be perfect for a guest house or an art studio! What would you use this backyard cottage for?

tree house

Woodland mansion by Gary Dixon. Fantasy image created from a tree in the Lake District, windows from a circular building in Rome, the door of Duomo, Florence and a refuse bin

Earth sheltering is the architectural practice of using earth against building walls for external thermal mass, to reduce heat loss, and to easily maintain a steady indoor air temperature. Earth sheltering is popular in modern times among advocates of passive solar and sustainable architecture, but has been around for nearly as long as humans have been constructing their own shelter. The picture above is Earth covered farm houses located in Keldur, Iceland.

Earth covered homes,Keldur, Iceland. Keldur Earth covered homes. These were built in and are supposedly the oldest buildings in Iceland.

La casa de la pelicula "The Holiday"

A Cottage in England ( like this Rosehill Cottage from the Movie "The Holiday" Apparently this whole house is a fiberglass set built in a field in Surrey/England)

bluepueblo:  Forest House, South Casco, Maine photo via alexis

CURB APPEAL – another great example of beautiful design. Forest House, South Casco, Maine photo via alexis.

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Rustic Log Cabin Living we need a new bunk for the boys in our cabin. LOVE this idea