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Woonhuis Heemskerk

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23.9k Likes, 95 Comments - Dezeen (@dezeen) on Instagram: “A gabled greenhouse appears to slide out from beneath the thatched roof of this villa, completed by…”

23.9k Likes, 95 Comments - Dezeen (@dezeen) on Instagram: “A gabled greenhouse appears to slide out from beneath the thatched roof of this villa, completed by…”

Dit glazen huis is de ultieme manier om midden in de natuur te slapen, zonder midden in de natuur te slapen. Het huis is een idee van Ville Hara en Linda Bergroth. Gordijnen doen het effect teniet, dus we hopen dat het huis in een goed verlaten gebied staat - zonder pottekijkers.

Dit glazen huis is de ultieme manier om midden in de natuur te slapen, zonder midden in de natuur te slapen. Het huis is een idee van Ville Hara en Linda Bergroth. Gordijnen doen het effect teniet, dus we hopen dat het huis in een goed verlaten gebied staat - zonder pottekijkers.

É aqui como essas casas são Revolucionando Vidro

É aqui como essas casas são Revolucionando Vidro

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Cool Más

Onion Gate-Garden Gate with an Onion Motif If ever I am in a position... This is the gate for me!

Onion Gate-Garden Gate with an Onion Motif If ever I am in a position... This is the gate for me!

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Perfecto

Are you unsure on how to decorate your small living room? Check out 15 creative and unique ideas here to give your living room some life.

Are you unsure on how to decorate your small living room? Check out 15 creative and unique ideas here to give your living room some life.

Schilderijtjes 2

Schilderijtjes 2

HOW TO: Building a Gallery Wall. 1. Choose larger pieces as anchors. 2. Choose a color scheme. 3. Play with scale - vary the size and orientation of the art. 4. Keep at least 1.5" - 3" between each piece. 5. Allow at least 6" between the couch and the first frame. 6. Use 2 to 3 styles of frames. 7. Use different mediums of art - photography, art prints, gift wrap, decorative objects, etc.

HOW TO: Building a Gallery Wall. 1. Choose larger pieces as anchors. 2. Choose a color scheme. 3. Play with scale - vary the size and orientation of the art. 4. Keep at least 1.5" - 3" between each piece. 5. Allow at least 6" between the couch and the first frame. 6. Use 2 to 3 styles of frames. 7. Use different mediums of art - photography, art prints, gift wrap, decorative objects, etc.