Located in Singapore, the Willow House is a private residence designed by Guz Architects with a young family in mind. Since there is litter wind in Singapore, the architecture took advantage of its hilltop position and opens up the building plan to make the most of the prevailing breezes. Not only is nature being allowed inside, it is a large part of the building’s aesthetics. Moreover, to relatively dense urban environment of Singapore, designer tried to draw nature in as much as possible – rooftop grass lawn, in-house plant and beautiful garden. Such a nice and fresh place for living!
The interior of your home is a chance for you to express interests, style and life experiences throughout, but only people you know well enough to invite into your house know what that looks like. There are others in your neighbourhood that aren’t lucky enough to know you that well, so they can’t see how you live at home, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make assumptions based on what’s outside.
Everything they see on face value gives them an impression of what you’re like, and there may be things you’re giving away that you didn’t expect. Everything from your car to how clean your bricks are can give the neighbours a clue of whether they’re keeping up with you or not.
Toads are good friends to gardeners, eating a remarkable number of slugs and cutworms, mostly at night. While during daytime, toads need a cool moist shelter, that is why taod house is needed. In this post, we rounded up 10 beautiful toad houses, which will not only give your resident toad a new home in your garden, but also servers as a wonderful and welcoming accent for your outdoor space.
With the summer finally arrived, it is a better time to hang out in the garden/patio if you happen to have one. Question is, have you set your garden/patio ready for the summer? If not yet, you probably should take a look at this post, where we rounded up 24 Beautiful Garden and Patio Design Ideas. You will find a variety of garden styles in the photos below – Green labyrinths, cobblestone pathways, small ponds, water fountains, colorful flowers and small round trees, all you need to do is pick your favorite and begin further research. Hope you get some inspiration and of course, enjoy this lovely summer.
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