These days when someone hands me the company gift, I usually feel a twinge of anxiety. How do I politely decline? How do I keep my mouth shut about not wanting another water bottle made in China?
It’s that pretty little dish at Grandma’s house near the davenport that holds those hard candies that have magically all fused into one. It’s those petite white vases that were made to display a single red rose. Sometimes it lives in the china cabinet–too delicate for regular use. We’ve all seen it, but few have really paid it the attention it deserves.
If you dream of living in a tiny house, or creating a getaway in the backwoods or your backyard, you’ll love this gorgeous collection of creative and inspiring ideas for tiny houses, cabins, forts, studios, and other microshelters.
Photos by Jason E. Kaplan
People had a great time ringing in the newest issue of Oregon Home Magazine. Now you can check out the pictures from the event.
Filled to bursting with bicycle trailers, high-concept campers, floating homes and domesticated shipping containers, “The New Nomads” is a great big picture book for architectural adventurers and a celebration of “temporary spaces and a life on the move.”