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    @Crisa: Love your retro-chic umbrella lady! And I have those red peep-toe shoes!! (Of course, not from the big name brands that cost in the $$$s!!! Just the normally priced ones!)

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    Wink A tiny 42.5m TOY

    It's called "Adastra" and is a cheap one also ... costs only 15 millions $.
    Some guys may need to expand their pools just to have their kids play with it



    "... διό καί αι τιμαί μεγάλαι, άν αποκτείνη τις ού κλέπτην αλλά τύραννον"
    Αριστοτέλης


    "... that's why there are great honors for the one who exterminates not the thief but the tyrant"
    Aristotle

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    Default A "boat" that let you swim in the sky





    "... διό καί αι τιμαί μεγάλαι, άν αποκτείνη τις ού κλέπτην αλλά τύραννον"
    Αριστοτέλης


    "... that's why there are great honors for the one who exterminates not the thief but the tyrant"
    Aristotle

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    the most beautiful style in the world...and so easy to acquire...

    The most charming creatures on this earth. The only women who can show what they feel and, they do feel.
    Stunning feeling...to just meet them.

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    . . .


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    i just love this room view and that sun rays that enters the room i like big windows and comfortable simply designs

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    would love to have a place like to enjoy the company of myself


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    Default Maviii--I like your style!

    MAVIII: I like your style, foremost the Parisian loft sitting/reading nook. I want it, too!!! You all always inspire me.


    The following are Outdoor Rooms I like . . . In any room, indoor or out, I also like light . . . but additionally curves/arches and I usually must have color.









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    Default Outdoor Rooms . . .

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    Light, curves/arches, usually color . . .

    The beautiful . . .





    The cozy nook . . .





    The quaint backyard get-away place--but it MUST have windows on the sides, no pink flowers, and more color!




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    Default Living rooms . . .

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    LIVING ROOMS


    The same: Light, curves, and color . . .








    A bit neutral, hardly any curves . . . but still very nice and classy . . .



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    Default Bedrooms

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    Some beautiful bedrooms . . .



    Pretend the wall facing this bed is FLOOR-TO-CEILING WINDOWS with rice-paper sliding coverings! Add some nice area rugs . . .











    Throw a few nicely-colored pillows on the beds!





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    Default Homes

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    Another: Inner style - Good. Outer style (photo #3) - Blleeeeecccccch!!!










    Different interior:


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    Default Houses

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    Do homes always have to be so elaborate? Could we not take a hint from indigenous peoples, who live simply, comfortably enough, and yet happy? "Trondheim" by Norweigian architecture firm, Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter:















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    Default Frank lloyd wright homes

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    For everyone to admire, but especially Amethystos--Frank Lloyd Wright houses.
    FLW (death 1959) designed and built homes with the concept that the "natural space" on which the home was to be built should dictate how the house should be designed:



















    Now highly imitated FLW interiors--that is, if it can be afforded! This is the REAL THING:









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    Default Hi-Res of The Falling Waters House -FLW

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    Exclamation This is too perfect to call it "home"

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankie Jasmine View Post
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    Thank you Frankie for posting this one!
    But this is too unique to call it someone's "home"!
    It's like if you're supposed to live in a museum, scared of any accident that may happen.
    I might be feared of even touching anything while in there.

    But what an INSPIRATION! An eye's delight for sure!

    As for the "The Falling Waters House" I had already seen it.
    The main thing is that Frank Lloyd Wright was trully beyond his generation.
    BUT ... I'm not an admirer of rectangular solids inside a landscape. Not to mention CEMENT rectangular solids.
    "Straight line" is a human mind's idea.
    Nature, even after a microscoping view in crystallic structure, "refuses" straight lines.
    But this is my taste after all!
    "... διό καί αι τιμαί μεγάλαι, άν αποκτείνη τις ού κλέπτην αλλά τύραννον"
    Αριστοτέλης


    "... that's why there are great honors for the one who exterminates not the thief but the tyrant"
    Aristotle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethystos View Post
    Thank you Frankie for posting this one!
    But this is too unique to call it someone's "home"!
    It's like if you're supposed to live in a museum, scared of any accident that may happen.
    I might be feared of even touching anything while in there.

    But what an INSPIRATION! An eye's delight for sure!

    As for the "The Falling Waters House" I had already seen it.
    The main thing is that Frank Lloyd Wright was trully beyond his generation.
    BUT ... I'm not an admirer of rectangular solids inside a landscape. Not to mention CEMENT rectangular solids.
    "Straight line" is a human mind's idea.
    Nature, even after a microscoping view in crystallic structure, "refuses" straight lines.
    But this is my taste after all!
    Everything you say about FLW, I agree with, Amethystos--and, yes, your response is typically "you"! Liking natural designs of God and in nature. FLW was ahead of his time, but as you say, solid rectangles are a bit hard on the sensibilities, especially when it's the extra large exteriors! I do like his interior styles, but I could never be a FLW purist. As mentioned, I like arches and curves, which gives a feeling of coziness, softness, and comfortableness.

    That brings me to the "nautilus shell" house. It's rather small, but I could be perfectly comfortable if I lived there by myself, assuming it has a kitchen and a bathtub/toilet! But for Big Guy and me, it would just be too small! I am sooooooo glad you liked it, though! It makes me happy when I hit on something a friend also likes!! "Spread the joy!" or whatever! Ha! Liked your description--"museum"!
    ............

    P.S. The only thing I miss in the nautilus shell house is the large expanse of windows; but then that would defeat the original, "natural" design, wouldn't it? Somehow the designer got "light" into the shell anyway!!
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    Around my house....









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