Sunday, 6 November 2011

Woodstock Handmade houses

Woodstock handmade houses

woodstock handmade houses


woodstock handmade houses
Wooden home

Woodstock handmade houses
Woodstock handmade house

woodstock hand made houses (yes i know, i have posted this picture a zillion times, i just love it)

Woodstock handmade houses

Woodstock handmade houses


On the approach to Christmas the what would you like question is one that always stumps me. Well this year I know exactly what I want, I want this book, Woodstock handmade houses or I want one of the houses, either would be good.

p.s. Lizzy this post is a hint :)


Edit..... How weird I have just noticed the linkwithin link suggests i have posted about this book before and forgotten all about it. 

23 comments:

Linda said...

I LOVE these homes!!! They are so natural looking...I built a Pole house in Northeastern Maine many years ago and I miss it terribly...I felt closer to nature in that home...Big mistake selling it...

Fantastic post as always!! <3

Linda

Charis said...

The triangle piece (of artwork) is simply stunning... I want that!

jessica said...

i want one of these houses for christmas too! great idea! :)

Anonymous said...

I just discovered your blog and i looket at it all, it is so inspiring! i even started to draw my future house but i have so many ideas i would need a hundred! keep going, your blog is awesome.
p.s:sorry for my english, i'm french canadian!

Vintage Green said...

I bought that book years ago and drag it out every now and then to poke through. There is another book, Handmade Houses..by..
Art Boericke and Barry Shapiro...
that is very similar and you might like as well.

wildflowers said...

I got this book a few months ago and absolutely love it! All the places are so amazing.

aroluna said...

I would definitely want one of the houses! I'd prefer to live inside them than look them on a book! :)))

Nichole said...

my goodness, these spaces are divine. in every sense of the word.

Jeff said...

I'm blessed to live just a stone's throw from Woodstock - and to have dear friends who live in a "Woodstock Handmade House". It's always a joy to visit them.

hippiebohoreloaded. said...

no prob to post twice about it :D
they are really awesome!

Vix said...

Completely new to me! Fabulous concept and great name. Don't they look cosy and inviting? x

Air Bohemia said...

After seeing these decadently feral homes, living in my lil' pink shack is not so bad...staged decay is the bomb! Great post!

sharon

Brianne said...

To live in a space that accepts the natural process of life and death in daily existance - without having to take a "vacation" to do so, is my idea of living! Sweep those leaves in! Great post. Peace.

Jay said...

I wish I could live in one of these.

Batangas City real estate said...

Where can I get that book? I also want to live on that house, it seems so cool there. So cozy and so pretty. Love the style of these houses.

Melissa Hinckley said...

Homes like these ignite the child within! These are beautiful, thanks for posting!

Love from Chicago,
Melissa

Cheska said...

It's definitely worth posting about twice, such beautiful, natural shapes and the houses all look so warm and inviting. In love x

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Anonymous said...

ok i'll get the book for you!!!

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Moon to Moon said...

So glad everyone feel s the same. Sadly in the Uk these houses wouldn't really be practical as it gets so cold and wet. Although i am sure there must be a way around it xx

Hausfrau said...

Yeah, this book is pretty great. I bought it several years ago from salebooks.com, a US site. I'm not sure if they stock it anymore.

Carol Saha said...

They have the book at barnesandnoble.com, paperback, about $30.
Cool book, cool website, one of my favs.
I post my favorite pics you post on pinterest, give you credit, of course.
Thanks for a great blog.

Gregor said...

I love every single one of these, and I would really love to help make them and hopefully have one of my own as soon as possible someday...