Inspiring Place of the Week!

I had to share this, namely because it is just completely freaking rockin.

I swear, if we ever have to deal with the lemon of being forced to downsize in a most dramatic way, then this will almost certainly be our lemonade.


*Image courtesy of Daniel’s WoodLand.

(If only they could ship to Australia! WHY? WHYYYYYYY????!?!?!!)

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  1. June 22, 2010

    Don’t you just wanna have a cool little playhouse “out back” somewhere for your studio?!?!
    😉 K

    • June 22, 2010

      That’s actually the first thing I thought of when I saw this!!!

  2. June 22, 2010

    Jenny… I’m wordless – I’ve just read your posy from yesterday and I spent the whole time nodding my head in agreeance… Yep, yes, that’s me – oh I know! Me too! Absolutely – all the time… Oh isn’t he gorgeous, look at those juicy thighs 🙂 and so on… What a great quote from Colin – so so true and it reminds me of something similar I read recently in a book called The War of Art (get your hands on this book Jenny – seriously – amazing stuff) and it says “…Someone once asked Somerset Maugham if he wrote on a schedule or only when struck by inspiration. “I write only when inspiration strikes,” he replied. “Fortunately it strikes every morning at nine o’clock sharp.” (book by Steven Pressfield) Anyhoo – I digress!!!
    I’m writing to let you know that the random number generator lovingly spurted forth your number tonight and you have won a pack of my six cards 🙂 Sooo – can you messageme with your postal address luv and I’ll get those out to asap! Have a great week,x don

    • June 22, 2010

      Thanks for the tip Donna, I’ve heard about that book from somebody else too (can’t remember who!) but will definitely chase it up. Ooh, I love the quote by Somerset Maugham too, perfect!!

      Oh and that’s so BRILLIANT! I’m so excited! Will message you! x

  3. Franipantz
    June 22, 2010

    Jen – did you know someone had London Bridge shipped to to America just because he wanted it?
    The way the tourist guides tell it: He thought he was actually getting Tower Bridge which is the pretty one (with Towers obviously) on the postcards, and didn’t realise the London Bridge was the really rather boring looking one further up the river (ouch – lemons!).
    My point is, if they can ship a BRIDGE, then surely they can ship a teeny tiny little house. Perhaps if we all had as much capital as our Bridge shipping friend, then we would ship a lot more things?
    I would love to show you a book on Tree Houses. There are some REALLY COOL little fairy tail (typo left on purpose) tree houses too. Imagination knows no bounds!

    • June 22, 2010

      Oh my heavens, that’s so cool! I’m guessing he was really rich though, am I right? In that case, I’ll have to give it at least another year. 🙂

      Would love to see the tree houses book, oh my goodness I really am quite in love with them. We saw some gorgeous ones at various places in our Canadian travels, plus of course, there’s quite an incredible set-up at Tarzan’s abode at Disneyland. Love it.

      PS Haven’t forgotten to email you by the way, I’m just compiling my thoughts. Will write soon, promise. xx

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