Friday, 16 December 2011

Who said Dens were just for kids?

I am in love with this adult den with handmade blankets, it has inspired me.

Some one to share your den with

Adult Den in a loft

An awesome den in a tree house

Another tree house den

A romantic grown up fort

A garden den


Beautiful mosquito net canopy den
Bohemian Canopy bed

Heaven !

Not actually a den, but I just love that film (and that dress)

I love the den in the Royal Tenenbaums
Do you ever wish you could build a den like you did when you were little? A hide away where the outside world could not get in? I would love one like in the Royal Tenenbaums but maybe a more grown up version might be a little bit more acceptable at my age.


p.s. Any of you lucky enough to be in or around Melborne this Saturday and looking for some stunning Christmas treats ( suzani cushions, Karen tribe pillows, Moroccan wedding blankets, Indian necklaces) from around the world check out Gypsy Rivers open day. I am totally bummed that I can't go.

18 comments:

Gypsy River said...

Oh you have inspired me to create one of these amazing spaces....using my vintage kantha quilts...
loving this post. Thank you.
kx

wildflowers said...

So amazing! Love love love this post :)

aroluna said...

love the bohemian canopy bed !!!

Talibah said...

Love the one with the tea set!

Barbara said...

I've always loved intimate, cozy spaces like these - during our cold winters especially! They're so comforting and block out the world.

Style Servings said...

These are amaaaaazing!!!

http://styleservings.blogspot.com/

b.outlandish said...

i've been following your blog for quite some bit and need to say, i love your blog! i can go on and on looking at your older posts.
this had me thinking about my bed room and how much i'd love to give it this little "natural" "free" feel. cozy and kept in for self pleasure and enjoyment.

Thank you for such a great blog!
-bridgette

bananenblatt said...

Oh my, I love this post! I still don´t really know how to make our new bedroom a little more cosy but i guess the bohemian canopy bed is worth a try.

hippiebohoreloaded. said...

love them all but the first one really has stolen my heart. would also love to have had visited gypsy river's sale, but it's a bid too far away :(

Linda said...

LOVE these pics...I could use a den like those right now!! :)

Wonderful post!!! <3

The Flying Tortoise said...

More lovely ideas and images...

M Violetta said...

Ahhh the tree houses! one day i hope to spend a considerable amount of time in a tree house! Lovely collection of images...

Ellie Jordan said...

I love that treehouse den. Magical! I shared this blog on my facebook page, hope you don't mind!

Tea with a Gypsy said...

You have by far the best interior inspiration blog ever!!!! I just adore all of it, thank you so much for sharing! I also think its special and lovely that there are places and homes like this on earth, and now immortalized in your amazing blog for all to see and dream;)

Xox

Merinda
teawithagypsy.blogspot.com

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Hurricane Karina said...

Great Images... very inspirational :)

Beznarf27 said...

This blog is in Melbourne?!! All this time I have been lusting after every single thing in this blog and thinking "Americans get EVERYTHING!"...you just made my day :)

Moon to Moon said...

No I am in the UK. Sorry Beznarf27