Amazing australian beach house

Homes with amazing view sare rare these days when everything is crowded but sometimes you find the perfect one. The panoramic views created by the location of this australian residence are unparalleled, and the Fairhaven beach directly below creates the perfect neighbor.

The place was designed by F2 Architecture and is  rentable . It has one bedroom and the interior design is composed from contemporary fixtures, modern finishes and some classic style furnishings.

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Tiny student house in Sweden

In general students are busy with university, social activities and having fun so in general they don’t spend too much time at home. So why will they need a big house with large rooms?

Based on this idea, Sweden’s Lund housing commission AF Bostader desgined a 94 square foot micro apartment for a student.

The interior looks cozy and functional, perfect for a simple lifestyle.

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Minimalistic house with courtyard swimming pool in Singapore

The restoration project  in the below pictures features a perfect approach to minimalistic design by Ong & Ong architecture and interior design company. The courtyard swimming pool and the aluminium walls which reflect sun creates an extraordinary atmosphere and inside…the white walls makes a relaxed environment. A balance between nature and contemporany living.

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Space saving furniture

Ron Barth, President of Resource Furniture ­, demonstrates and explains their amazing line of Italian-designed space-savers.

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Coffee table made from tree stump

I saw a lot of homes where people used  tree stumps as part their decor. They always looks so interesting. You can create your own coffee table made from a tree stump very easily in a few simple steps.

1. Locate the stumps. You may be able to find some on the side of the road or purchase a few. Be sure they are dry.

2. Once the tree stumps are dried out  you need to remove the bark . Use a chisel or flat head screw driver and hammer or mallet to wedge between the bark and the stump and then peel the bark away. A hand sander or belt sander  will make the stump look smooth.

3. Now apply wood filler to any large cracks or holes.

4. You can paint it or  stain the wood. In this project the stamp is tained with white and after that is added a coat of glossy polyurethane.

5. At the end you should add  wheels to the bottom.

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