We met Abel through the Tiny House Blog and invited ourselves over for a tour. He built this lovely tiny house and I just had to see it in person. One of my first designs had a circle window too. I like that he put the floor down diagonally. http://tinyhouseblog.com/tiny-house-concept/abels-vardo/
This house is so cute. Trying to figure out how to get my wagon on wheels to look more like this.
I like the shutters and the Swiss feel to this little Santa house. But minus the xmas tree inlay.
This might be one of my all time favorites since I always wanted a Victorian home.
I want a turret!!! I think street height restrictions might mean I can’t but I’m thinking I can get close with a round bay window.
My friend in Sweden in front of a cute little house.
Another cute cozy looking little red house. I think red is a great color for a house. Purple too.
I like the barn look to this one and the vertical red siding.
I like the creative element here. Living in a woodpile could have some advantages. Not far to go to get wood for the fire?!
I like this one too!
I like the round window and the curved awning. This just looks so cozy.
Of course the whole gypsy wagon look of this one makes it one of my favorites. Might choose different colors though.
Maybe something more like this:
I like this painting plants on the outside too:
but I might go with something more curlyque like:
These beams are so beautiful. And if I could figure out the whole bend and glue thing for beams, and how to have insulation but still have the beams show I would do this:
I want my house to have beautiful woodworking like this has! Or carve that curlyque from above into the wood.
Two more amazing gypsy wagons: