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smallhomeideas:

mumeditation:

smallhomeideas:

“Tiny Tea House” by the Oregon Cottage Company

View more here about The Oregon Cottage Company

I am so in love with this design I don’t really feel like blogging anything else ☺

I’m collecting ideas for a future home. I’m doing so on this little blog called
"smallhomeideas"

Just an factoid: If you’re following us (Small Home Ideas) we are following and liking as “MuMeditation” via my main Tumblr mumeditation.tumblr.com (not as exciting as small home ideas IMHO)


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Love & Blessings,
Gabe, Steph & Violet
😘🏡👪✌
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I’ve blogged this elsewhere but I love it so much I’M BLOGGING IT AGAIN! And there is a photo of the kitchen too so this is still vaguely on topic.

The client for this build is Japanese and wanted something like what she grew up with.

All I can say is, it feels like forever I’ve been waiting for a Japanese tiny house. Japanese interior design is so suited to tiny living. For example:
- Multipurpose spaces - same room can be used for dining, living and sleeping.
- Low furniture - enhances feeling of space in a small area.
- Natural looking finishes - suited to the handmade aesthetic of many tiny houses.

I wouldn’t want to live in a tiny house on a trailer because the idea of composting toilets gross me out and I need a decent-sized kitchen with at least a medium-sized fridge. I would want to live in a compact, efficiently designed house though - maybe a couple of shipping containers? One thing’s for sure though, you wouldn’t catch me living in a McMansion.

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interiorsporn:

bobbycaputo:

What Does Your Kitchen Say About You?

Erik Klein Wolterink has spent a lot of time researching, photographing, and editing images of kitchens.

Surprisingly, the Dutch photographer, engineer, and quasi-cartographer claims he’s not even a fan of the room.

“I can’t cook, for example,” Wolterink said. “And I’m not really into kitchens. I’m interested in the way we live, our daily environment, what surrounds us, the everyday stuff we normally don’t see or pay attention to.”

Wolterink became passionate about photography while attending a photography festival in Holland in 2001. (“June 6, 2001,” Wolterink recalled of the day that would change his life.) He went to art school and eventually quit his job and moved to Amsterdam, where he started to work full time as a photographer after his wife told him to “do what I wanted with my life or I wouldn’t be happy.”

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I want to do this with my kitchen too o.O

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Source: Slate
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Yumiko Sekine of Fog Linen’s kitchen
via Design* Sponge

Yumiko Sekine of Fog Linen’s kitchen

via Design* Sponge

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Interesting chopping board storage ideas.
Via muffin-net.

Interesting chopping board storage ideas.

Via muffin-net.

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I’ve blogged about miso whisking tools before, but this is even MORE awesome. There’s a lever thingy which tells you how much miso you need  - you can use the indicator for a specific number of bowls (goes from 1-4 bowls) or for weight (15-60g).

Via My SELECT TOOLS.

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I’ve been looking for the perfect butter dish like forever, you could say I’m kind of obsessed with butter dishes.

I happened to spot the Kinto butter case (¥1,260) on the Japanese homewares blog My SELECT TOOLS. I love the clean simple style. It holds 200g of butter which is a pity because Australian butter is normally in 250g blocks :(

The blogger recommends using an egg slicer as a cheap hack to get little 5g butter patties (or you could buy an actual butter slicer). It’s so cute!

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A combination of Muji and Ikea storage solutions, in a French style.

From A + M Diary (check out the link for more sweet photos of how this lady handles her storage!)

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Muji House - kitchen style

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Metallic fibre CORE peninsula system kitchen by TOYO Kitchens

Featuring TAVO extension table