House hunting

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narcoleptish
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Re: House hunting

Postby narcoleptish » Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:33 pm

Ducatista wrote:and Casa Marbrisa in Mexico City. I'd slide into that crazy moat and just swim and swim until I died happy.

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Had never seen that one before. Very nice.

Here's my current favorite. Phuket Thailand. You can rent it. Yeah, there's a lot of white there but it works for me. And the ocean is so blue.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/trave ... la-review/

Here's an interesting one in Blue Mounds that I just came across.

https://www.johnsenschmaling.com/topo-house/

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Re: House hunting

Postby Ducatista » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:45 am

narcoleptish wrote:I've seen predominantly white interiors that I liked but the draw of mid-century modern to me is the wood and the stone.

Same here. The wood and the stone, I mean. I'm dreaming about wood walls for our kitchen/cannibalized DR.

(And I have seen white that I like... but it takes a lot of discipline to make white serene and uncluttered. More than most people have.)

OMG that Thai rental. Six bedrooms, $2,500/night in low season, with full staff? With enough people, that's within the range of mere mortals. Incredible.

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Re: House hunting

Postby Ned Flounders » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:18 am

Ducatista wrote:OMG that Thai rental. Six bedrooms, $2,500/night in low season, with full staff? With enough people, that's within the range of mere mortals. Incredible.

Foron road trip!


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