10.01.2009

Tiny Dream Homes

How is today already Thursday? I've spent too many hours (yes I said hours) working on an autumn themed post that still isn't finished, so for now I'll just pass along a couple of dreamy images from the always cool Tiny House Blog. The first colorful little home is in the village of Oia, on the island of Santorini, Greece. Wow. I mean, WOW.
I cannot remember (or perhaps never knew) the location of this lovely little red cabin, although I think it's somewhere in Scandinavia. Can you imagine living at the foot of a Glacier?
It's good to dream...

10 comments:

Teresa @ good-grace said...

I love these images!! And I've been slightly obsessed with Tiny Houses lately. Who would think that I'd dream of a sweet, tiny house? (I must be maturing? ... finally.)

TERI REES WANG said...

Santorini is one of my ultimate landing pads. Desert islands suit me so well, and that one did the trick.

...And I have a little book of Normandy farm houses that I peek through more often than not. Seems that my fantasy is a tiny house with an enormous view.

Good share.

cassaundra said...

oh my god these places are so dreamy!

Hello Lindello said...

Those are so magical. I've been to Santorini and wish I could have seen that in person. Too cool.

~KS said...

Oh, I would be so happy in either of those little charmers... but especially the one in Greece.... I so want to visit there someday!

Caroline said...

I have always wanted to visit Santorini and that house looks like the perfect place for a romantic getaway.

Beth said...

Both homes are fab. I'd probably pick the one in Greece because it's by the sea and also the weather would be lovely.

Janne said...

That will be Norway :-) We might not have the best or longest design tradition, but I dare say we have the best Scandinavian scenery...

Carol said...

Please take me to that first house in Greece!

Tina Tarnoff said...

Santorini, sigh.... I used to work on a cruise ship, years ago, and our ship did Greek island tours. Santorini was our frequent stop. I loved it. The endless blue and white. SO magical. Oh, how I miss it!