Silo style in Woodland, Utah Called Monte-Silo, this round house sits next to the Provo River. A second-story deck offers water views. The unique dwelling, which is made from two corrugated metal grain silos, is a mere 27 feet in diameter.
There are many clever ways to use steel grain bins as parts of homes, and the above picture shows just one possibility. It was designed by Mark Clipsham, who has specialized in developing grain bin concepts. You can see many … Continue reading →
This thatched rubble stone cottage was built in 1811 in a little place called Blaise Hamlet near Bristol, England.~Not only do I love the stone, but also the thatched roof and that curved bench, and oh the leaded windows too.