That is one cute white cottage. I ended up getting a professional painter in as I would take 15 years to finish. Unfortunately they have had to cut the wisteria back and the paint spray has damaged the hedges but both with grow back.
And now I have new tenants moving in. I don't get to live in my home now it is renovated. Isn't that always the way!
all i want for my birthday is every eames chair ever designed. the originals, not replicas. i don't ask for much. i'm content with the simple things. lets just start with the La Chaise by Charles and Ray Eames from 1948
whilst google surfing, i came across a real estate agency site in america which has some really great ideas for blogging about real estate, however, what was even better, was the mention of eichler homes. i had no idea what this was referring too, yet i assumed an architect of mid century modern style homes based on the images that were also on the page. upon googling, this is what i found. stunning mid century modern homes. not so many flat roofs, pitched instead with a lot of floor-to-ceiling windows and interior atriums.but still 100% to my liking. give me more! turns out joseph eichler was a post-war merchant builder who built about 11,000 homes from the 1940s through to the 1960s in northern california.
the above picture is of eichler fairbrae community center, in sunnyvale dated 1962, which i found on a website called michaeljohnparker.com.