Eco Friendly Holiday HomeRustic Bedroom

Photo of a country bedroom in Other with beige walls and medium hardwood floors. —  Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 25 Eco Homes You'll Want to Emulate3 January 2019

…Here’s a peek at the interior.

Lara Sargent added this to 12 Ways to Stretch Your Space25 May 2016

11. Explore every angleUnusually shaped walls and a small footprint shouldn’t deter you from creating an interior you love. This quirky octagonal house manages to fit in the essentials and look cosy and calm at the same time.If you have a small and awkward space and can’t work out how to configure it, it’s worth calling in a professional who can help you come up with clever ideas and bring them to life. Customising may cost a little more, but it can be a worthwhile investment if you want to maximise your space.Be inspired by this octagonal home in Wales

Jo Simmons added this to British Houzz: An Octagonal Eco Home in Wales24 January 2016

The ceiling light is an old recycled bike wheel, transformed with bulbs. The flooring is engineered oak, which is compatible with the building’s underfloor heating.

Lara Sargent added this to Space-Savvy Living in Studio Apartments12 July 2015

Revel in a rustic lookThis might be a one-space holiday home, but it’s crammed with inspiration for all-year-round studio apartment owners who crave a rustic, laid-back look.The eclectic choice of furnishings and fixtures adds bags of character and prevents the space feeling like a tiny box, while the single-wall kitchen demonstrates that you don’t necessarily need wall-to-wall units for a good-looking and practical open-plan cook space. One important tip in a teeny space like this: the open shelving and busy accessories will work best if you are extremely tidy…