Yarraville VIC Nissen Hut, by Livingstone Clark Design : Our House!

Yarraville VIC Nissen Hut, by Livingstone Clark Design : Our House!

JAM AT THE AIRPLANE HOUSE

JAM AT THE AIRPLANE HOUSE

Image detail for -... - Boys Room Transportation Theme - Trains, Airplanes, Cars and More

Wall Mural Inspiration & Ideas for Little Boys' Rooms

Image detail for -... - Boys Room Transportation Theme - Trains, Airplanes, Cars and More

FIRST PHOTOS: Incredible Recycled 747 Airplane House Completed in Malibu! | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

FIRST PHOTOS: Incredible Recycled 747 Airplane House Completed in Malibu!

FIRST PHOTOS: Incredible Recycled 747 Airplane House Completed in Malibu! | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

A Relaxed and Rustic 'Vintage Travel' Insipired Barn Wedding

A Relaxed and Rustic 'Vintage Travel' Insipired Barn Wedding

Need to find out how many suitcases Jon's dad has in the U. to figure if it will be on the stage or by the reception desk on the floor. A Vintage Travel Insipired Barn Wedding.would be cool as just a house-hold decoration

Bruce Campbell (Not the bad ass Ash from the Evil Dead movies, sadly) is an electrical engineer who had a dream of creating an entire subdivision of retired airplanes, and he started with his own airplane house first. He purchased this retired Boeing 727 for $100,000 that now sits on a portion of his ten-acre lot in Portland, Oregon.

Bruce Campbell (Not the bad ass Ash from the Evil Dead movies, sadly) is an electrical engineer who had a dream of creating an entire subdivision of retired airplanes, and he started with his own airplane house first. He purchased this retired Boeing 727 for $100,000 that now sits on a portion of his ten-acre lot in Portland, Oregon.

In a majestic 19th-century space in Paris, Joseph Dirand let his imagination run wild, without parameters (not even livability).

A Designer’s Dream Apartment — for Someone Else

In a majestic 19th-century space in Paris, Joseph Dirand let his imagination run wild, without parameters (not even livability).

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