Tag Archives: California

Airstream

Ahh! I love this Airstream.  Andreas Stavropoulos is a landscaper who decided to turn this Airstream into his office.  The aluminum showing where paint would normally be on the interior ends is my favorite part.  And I like the cork … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

{Moving Pictures Mag, Zimbio} I apologize for not actally getting the pictures that I wanted.  Last night I watched Valentine’s Day with my parents and it was what I was told it would be – a less creative, American version … Continue reading

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Ohoh…San Francisco

{Abby Sharp, Lolita} Who doesn’t love the steep – both geographically and in cost – Bay Area, especially in the summertime when the skies are blue and there is just a little less fog than at the opposite end of the … Continue reading

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Wishlist

Tomorrow I am going under the knife, so this is my Friday-came-early post that should last through the weekend. Is this a dream property? Well, it’s my dream property, or one of them at least.  This estate has 607 beautiful, … Continue reading

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The Outback…in California

{The New York Times, and their slideshow} What isn’t there to love about this Sonoma house based on the architecture of the Australian Outback.  Okay, you caught me.  The featured house in this blog post is the guest house.  It … Continue reading

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Love This

{Design Sponge} What isn’t there to love about this Airstream used as a lawn ornament?  Jen Bilik of Knock Knock has this home in the Mar Vista neighborhood of L.A.  Instead of building her own house, she spent seven years … Continue reading

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A Fake Ghost Town in the Desert of Palm Springs

This appears to be a ghost town nestled in the hills surrounding Palm Springs, CA.  However, this was created as an entertainment location and offers many weddings as well as mine shafts.  The benefit to the ‘modern’ ghost town is … Continue reading

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