Thursday, April 25, 2013

Creature Comforts

While reading New York Magazine, I spotted these incredible homes that were converted from the most unimaginable things.

This one? Was once a Stable:
The front entrance has a minimalistic beauty unmistakably unique.

The view from the street.

The family/living room has a coffee table fashioned from recycled bowling alley wood.

This is amazing. This was once a cathedral.

Gorgeous family room. Check out the choir loft over a wet bar.

Is this what heaven looks like? I'm loving the stained glass windows.

A peaceful space for a kitchen.

This one isn't a tree house for a kid:

A peaceful shangrila in the master of this tree house. 

Party any one?

Sometimes its nice to envision a life lived in the unconventional. Don't cha agree?


Heff said...


Traditional brick and mortar for Heff.

MarkD60 said...

treehouse is cool

the walking man said...

I like to imagine a life lived just about anywhere but here, but most of all I would like to live as I once was able to anywhere; in innocent silence.

I read of a castle in NY outside of the city for $800,000 fully rehabbed about 40,000 sq feet. hat would be big enough to get lost in.

Tree house for me too of your selections Candace.