Friday, 30 May 2014

After Seeing This, I Never Want To Go Back Home Again. And You Probably Won’t Either.

People keep building these boring houses that look just like other houses which
 just goes on to make life mundane and boring. Some smart humans on 
the other hand have taken matters into their own hands and built these 
fabulous homes that we could only have dream of! Hats off to y’all!

1. The Salvaged Windows House
Owned by Nick Olsen and Lilah Horwitz, this home was created out 
of refurbished windows.
2.) The Hobbit House (Wales). This is a low-impact, woodland home.
It was built by Simon & Jasmine Dale and only took 4 months to complete.
3.) House on a rock
For 40 years, this tiny home has been perched on a rock in the middle
 of this beautiful setting.
4.) Floating House. Designed by Dymitr Malcew, this is a concept built 
for a Frenchdesigner who specialized in floating structures.

“The Floating house was designed for people who appreciate freedom and
 nature at their doorstep.”
5.) Tiny house. Macy Miller built this house to get away from mortgages and 
stress. It cost only $11k.
6.) Amazing shipping container homes.
7.)The Modern Hobbit Hole House
Most of the house is underground, but they built in an outside patio with stunning views.
8.) The Underground Home
This home, built into a hill in the desert, is completely camouflaged and 
9.)This home in Missouri, USA is embedded in a cave! The house took
 4+ years to be constructed and the home gives a very natural feel which 
ensures that the family doesn’t have to move out to get one with nature!
10.)The Waterfall House
The house was designed in 1935 by architect Frank Lloyd Wright when 
his clients demanded a large house that could accomadate huge numbers 
of people for parties on a very small plot of land. The house was built
 partially on a waterfall!
11.) Residence of Daisen (Japan). Instead of clearing out a forest for this home, 
designers built the structure to naturally weave in and out of the trees.
12.) Converted water tower home (England).
Homeowners Leigh Osborne and Graham Voce converted this water tower
 in just months into a luxury home in the middle of London.
13.) Grain silo homes. These homes can be built to be energy efficient. Plus,
 they use recycled materials.
14.)The Micro Home
The micro home is called the Nomad and is a very affordable home! 
It’s compact but it gives an illusion of more space because of the 
large windows!
15.) Izaak Walton Inn (Montana). At this property, you can stay in cars that were
 actually used on the Great Northern Railway.
The historic cabooses are currently being used as hotel accommodations.
If you are ever house-hunting in the future, remember: it’s not about who has the biggest
 and best house. Find a place to live that truly speaks to you, no matter what it looks like on
 the outside. Being unique can be an incredibly good thing,  If you like this post, share it with
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