I went and visited mine, couldn’t get her out of the pound yet and also wasn’t able to put down more money on her since the network was down at the store, but SOON

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  2. sailorboy1264:


    Love the more rustic turn of this industrial-conversion-loft structure.

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  3. You’d need to install some drapes to pull over that brick when it got cold, but I actually think that could look awesome…

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  4. b-undt:


    Very Industrial.

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  6. Yep.

    My rent will be deposited directly.

    (Source: loveyourquotes, via booksandbuttonups)

  7. odditiesoflife:

    Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home

    Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.

    Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.

    Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.


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  8. Hello, waiter?
    I will take this one, in the picture.

    (Source: calmily, via booksandbuttonups)

  9. agreyeyedgirl:






    chris and malissa tack 140-square-foot home near seattle

    I need this in my life.

    NEED. i need it with all my heart.

    Baby?  I can build one of these and put it your parents’ back yard and we can live with them forever…. mwahahahahaha

    I sometimes fantasize about a ton of these little houses with a community garden and animals and a big separate dining hall thing where everyone can eat together and maybe there’s a pool idk

    yeah I have commune fantasies sometimes, isn’t that totally normal? everyone occasionally wants that, right?

    … guys?

    I totally have commune fantasies, and have all of my life. I’ve always daydreamed about a big rambling house where each of my friends could had a suite of rooms, and then meet in the big communal dining room, or a series of small cottages in a wooded area with a communal party barn…It feels like the perfect introvert-but-not-misanthropic solution! you can have the people that you like and care about near you, but you also have your own space. When you get lonely, you just wander out of your room and stumble across someone who is also out of their room, instead of just continuing to be lonely in your apartment because you don’t want to go out in the world and look for people in noisy smelly bars or crowded coffee shops, because there are more people out there than you want. 

    I’m glad you all can have an intelligent commentary on this rather than stewing in wordless envy, as I am doing

    (Source: awkwardsituationist)

  10. This is beautiful, and I even love ladders, but I have to hold to my principles: which is everything should be within the reach of a person unless you are going to have a balcony or something cool to reach it by.

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