Weaving Class: Create A Large Statement PieceDaily Interior Design Ideas

Statement Weaving Now that you’ve learned the basics of weaving and have experimented with a few ways to customize your wall hangings to make them even more special, I’d like to encourage you to think even further outside the box! Let’s go bigger!

I made thisgiant wall hanging to fill a larger space in our house but knew that even with a dowel or single copper rod, it might not have enough of a presence. That’s when I decided my hanger could turninto part of the design of this wall hanging, and two more copper pipes later, I had something I was really excited about.

Copper and Triangles Wall Hanging Tutorial by Rachel Denbow for A Beautiful MessSuppliesSupplies:

-Corrugated cardboard box for your loom.

-Cotton yarn for the warp (the base of your weaving that is wrapped vertically around your cardboard box).

-Yarn for your weft. This can be any size, thickness, or color you prefer. All of mine was purchased at Jo-Ann, as they had the best selection of large craft stores, but if you have a local yarn shop in your area, I suggest checking them out for special colors and natural fibers.

-Three copper pipe lengths measuring about 1/4″ x 2′. I found mine at Lowe’s, but you can check most major hardware stores. These are quite soft, so be sure to handle them gently as you transport them home and cut them.

-Tapestry needle. It should have a blunt end and an eye large enough to fit standard yarn through.

-Copper pipe cutter. These are inexpensive and sold in the plumbing section near the pipes.

-Shuttle (not shown). Since we’re making a custom loom, you can always use a paint stirrer or yardstick instead of a standard shuttle.

-Scissors

Make Your Cardboard LoomWhen you’re making a custom-sized wall hanging, you may have to make your own loom. I have a large loom made from 2x 4s that I nailed together and then added two rows of nails to stored in my garage, but it was much too tall for a wall hanging, so I improvised and went the cardboard box route. It’s not quite as sturdy as a woodenframe, but it gets the job done.

Step One: Find a box that fits the height you want and then wrap it as wide as you’d like. I taped my cotton warp yarn to the back on the left side and then carefully wrapped it around and around all the way across to the right. Be sure to space your warp rows out evenly about 1/3″ or 1/2″ apart.

Step Two: You can see the back side looks much like the front. I tied off the other end with a knot because a certain child disappeared with my tape. You can do either. You might get a slight bend in your cardboard if you’re using one with folds. I suggest finding one that doesn’t have folds, but if that’s all you’ve got, just be sure your warp is evenly taut across the full width of your loom.

Start Your WeavingStep Three: Since I was going to be adding an angled fringe at the bottom of my weaving, I decided to start upside down. I wove my thick yarn all the way across, going over and under and then coming back in the other direction. Again, I always pulled up at an angle to create a triangle shape, then gently pushed the yarn down with my fingers. This is what keeps your weaving from pulling in too tight. For a refresher, see steps nine and ten from my second weaving tutorial.

Step Four: After weaving four rows of white, I decided to create a large triangle, starting with the base. I counted about nine rows in and started across until I came to nine rows in from the other side. Then I went back in the other direction.

Triangle Shape FirstStep Five: I started with my triangle base and worked towards the point, weaving two rows before reducing one warp row on each side.

Step Six: As we learned in the second tutorial, I created my triangle shape first and then went back and filled in the sides.

Add Fringe -1Step Seven: Cut three lengths of yarn measuring about 15″ each and weave them under two warp threads where you’d like to start your rya knot.

Step Eight: Pull up from the bottom to create a little bridge.

Start Fringe-2Step Nine: Wrap the long ends up and under the bridge.

Step Ten: Gently pull taut and slide to the bottom of your warp so that it rests against the weaving.

Full FringeStep Eleven: Continue adding rya knots. I overlapped my knots so that I used the same warp row on the last rya knot and the next rya knot.

Step Twelve: Repeat all the way up one side of your triangle and then up the other side. I flipped each knot towards me as I went, to see the next row easier. Using this thickness of yarn plus three strands per rya knot made for a full fringe. To get a more minimal look, use two strands or a thinner yarn.

UnderbellyStep Thirteen: I needed to fill in my shape almost as wide as I’d originally started. I just added more of the same thick, roving-type yarn from where I left off but then decreased one row at a time on the outer edge as I increased one row at a time, moving up the triangle. I would’ve done two rows at a time had I been using a yarn in the same thickness as the black triangle, but this roving style is as thick as two strands of the black.

Step Fourteen: I continued to fill in all the way to the top, and then instead of making a triangle point, I went back down the other side.These two steps wouldn’t have been necessary had I not started with so much extra white weaving on each side, but it also created a different shape and helped secure my shape.

Cut OffStep Fifteen: Once I’d finished down the other side, I gently cut the warp off six strands at a time. I made sure to cut so that there was about 4″ of warp left on the wide base.

Step Sixteen: You can see where I gently knotted every two strands together. This keeps your weaving from falling out. Go a few at a time until you’ve knotted both the top and the bottoms all the way across. You may have three strands left at the end. Go ahead and tie them into one knot.

Cut Your CopperStep Seventeen: I used one full length of copper pipe because it was the perfect length for my weaving to hang on. The other two I cut a bit shorter to form a triangle. I measured in about 5″ from the end of two of the copper pipes and placed my pipe cutter over that spot.

Step Eighteen: Gently tighten the pipe cutter and roll your pipe twice. This creates a small cut. Then tighten a bit more and roll your pipe twice again. Repeat until you’ve cut through your thin pipe. Be careful not to pinch too tightly, or your pipe will bend. Save your cut ends for another weaving!

Attach CopperStep Nineteen: Using the same cotton yarn or twine, thread the three pieces of copper together to form a triangle shape, and tie a knot. Trim the ends of your yarn and tuck the knot part into one of the ends so that it’s not visible. This copper triangle will be the structural base that you’ll attach your weaving to.

Step Twenty: Tuck the ends of the top of your weaving back behind just like in the last steps of my first weaving tutorial. Then stitch your weaving to the wide base of your copper triangle just like in the last two tutorials.

Statement Wall Hanging DIYHang it up and trim the ends of your rya knots to get a clean angle that mimics the lines of the black triangle. I chose to also trim the thin warp rows straight across at the bottom so that it created another layer of texture.

Large Wall Hanging DIYI love the extra element added using a copper triangle in place of a dowel rod and more yarn and the way it fills out this wall space so well. What other ways have you experimented with to make your weavings extra special?

I hope these three weaving tutorials have given you enough of the urge to start (and hopefully finish) something you’re excited about! I’ve loved getting tagged in photos of finished weavings on Instagram and seeing so many take up their looms and discover their new favorite hobby! I also want to always encourage makers picking up a new hobby to take inspiration from other artists as you start out but to always be working to develop your own style, especially if you’re hoping to offer your goods to the masses for payment. Keep working towards something authentic and it’ll show up! -Rachel

Credits // Author and Photography: Rachel Denbow. Edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.

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Spacious Single-Family Home in Slovenia Built on a Compact 33 Square Meter FootprintDaily Interior Design Ideas

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Rising north-west of Ljubljana, in Škofja Loka, this single family house exemplifies creativity under pressure. Three stories high, the modern single-family house showcases a smart floor-plan spreading over a compact 33 square meters footprint on a sloped site and reaching up to find more space. Imagined by 3biro Architects for a young family with small children, the cozy home has a large open double-height living area downstairs and a connected kitchen.

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Photographed by Miran Kambič, the single-family house shelters the working area on the lowest floor, where the father has his office space. This space is also where children hang out after school. It connects to the outdoors where the large overhang allows kids to play outside regardless of weather conditions and the dad can keep an eye on them. The highest floor was reserved for private areas, extending the awareness of the outdoors in close proximity and inviting the family outside. Using reinforced concrete to shape the basement and a combination of timber frames and cross-laminated timber to design the upper floors, architects dressed the home with a protective corrugated fiber-cement sheets.

The overall appeal reinforces a warm, family atmosphere while the home prides itself with a timber exterior that embeds it into the surroundings. How do you find it?

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Make The Most Of Your Open Floor Plan With Ikea Room DividersDaily Interior Design Ideas

Whether you want to gain some privacy for your livingroomwork station, to separate the seatingareafrom the bedroom or to put a wallbetween the dining area and the rest of the openfloor plan, theseroom dividers from IKEA work great in every case and, morethan that, they even let you squeeze in some extra storage and displayspace.

You can see the whole arrangement from a different angle to better appreciate the layout. The IKEA Expeditdivider offers privacy but doesn’t completely enclose the space so you still see the rest of the room even when you’re relaxing in bed.

The Ikea Expedit are an excellent starting point for a room divider. You can build a framework around the unit and get yourself a room divider with built-in storage cubbies. Once the frame is built, get the plasterboard on and then paint the whole thing.{found on ikeahackers}.

Use the Expedit desk and shelves together to make an extra wide room divider. It’s the perfect piece to separate an area with no door from the entryway, hallway or the rest of the house. If you’re using it for your homeoffice, then you also get tons of storage. Thisroom divider features canvases in different colors attached to the cubbies with hooks. They swing open to reveal the contents.

Aside from the Expedit shelves, another great Ikea piece you can use is Mandal. It’s excellent if you’re trying to separate the living area from the sleeping area in a one-room apartment or studio. The partition looks light, sleek and stylish and the shelves are great for displaying decorations or books.{found on ikeahackers}.

And here’s another wonderful example of how the versatile Expedit bookcase can become a beautiful wall divider. It’s simple and practical and it even has a sophisticatedflair. It creates a barrier between the two areas but doesn’t completely separate them.

These Ikea wall dividers can be used anywhere in the house. Depending on the size and shape of the area you’re trying to hide behind partitions, pieces like the Expedit bookcase can either be placed vertically or horizontally. Paint them a color that matches the room’s décor to make them fit nicely.

The same incredibly versatile and functional bookcase, in another stylish setting. This time it adds a little bit of privacy to the dining area, separating it from the living space. You can also see another one in the back, looking just as elegant.

I really like the idea of having a room divider in the bedroom. It’s perfect if you want to create a cozy and intimate readingnook or even a small seating area. In addition, the cubbies offer some always needed extra storage and can eliminate the need for nightstands.

Make the most of your room divider. Use it as a desk or workstation. This one is made using Stolmen poles and wooden shelves. The poles were spray painted black and they look beautiful on this mid-century unit.{found on ikeahackers}.

Using a bookcase as a room divider is one of the bestideas you can use when redecorating and reorganizing a space. You basically a two-in-one deal. You get to separate the spaces like you want and you get plenty of space for displaying books, decorations and office supplies, depending on your needs.{found on aptt}.

Feel free to customize and personalize your room divider. Take a look at this Ikea Expedit and how elegant it turned out to look here. Each row of cubbies is assigned a different look. A very nice blend of style and function.{found on southernhospitalityblog}.

Give your entryway a makeover. This divider is actually used here for the storage it offers but also to separate the hallway from the other spaces. It’s actually made using a series of stacked IKEA Expedit shelves framed with Millwork.{found on apatt}.

Tuck the bed in a corner, in a nook and put a shelf divider between it and the rest of the bedroom. On the other side, hide the bed behind a curtain. You’ll create a cozy sleeping nook and the rest of the room can become a seating area or a home office.

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Split Level Home Gets Updated With Two New ExtensionsDaily Interior Design Ideas

When it was first built in the 1970s, thissplit level residence was following the latesttrend in terms of architecture and design. Its multi-gabled roof was typical of that era. These days, however, such a design doesn’t really reflect the present so the owners went to DorringtonAtchesonArchitects for help when they decided the house needed to be renovated and updated.

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The house is situated in Auckland, New Zeeland and it’s a familyhome. When redesigning it, the architects were asked to retain the charm of the building along with some materials but also to make it bigger and to simplify the design making it more modern.

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It was a two-stage renovation. In the first stage, the interiors were redefined. It’s also when the house got re-organized. A pavilion was added in order to comply with the client’s request for more interiorspace. The pavilion sits beneath a new fold of the roof and houses a kitchen, a livingarea and a diningnook.

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The spaces are separated by a woodenroom divider that is three quarters the height of the pavilion. It separates the kitchen from the living area and from the dining nook. On the either side of the space, sliding glass walls offer access to a terrace with outdoorseating.

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The kitchen feels very welcoming and very harmonious and it’s all due to the palette of materials used throughout. The kitchen island has a minimalist look, with a soft shape, rounded edges and a fluid design. The black frame gives it a particularly elegance appearance, especially in combination with the wood.

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The living area is brighter and has a different palette of materials, textures and colors. The wooden ceiling brings out the harmony in the overall design. A series of modular seating units are organized around the Noguchi coffee table and a couple of golden pendant lights hang symmetrically in the room.

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The seating area is facing a fireplace and looks onto a cozy lounge area on an elevated floorplan.

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The same type of lighting found in the kitchen can also be seen in this lounge area. This could be considered a separate sitting area or an extension of the living room, given how the two communicate with each other.

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We’ve also mentioned that the pavilion houses a cozy dining nook. As you can see, it’s indeed very lovely and inviting. Although the space is small, the fact that the partition wall doesn’t go all the way to the ceiling actually makes it feel more spacious and open.

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Stage two of the project focused on disguising the gables and a new two-storey box-likestructure was added. It contains this beautifulbedroom, an en-suite bathroom and a garage below. Fine cedar battering hides the main gable over the upper storey.

The design of the bedroom is really simple and only includes the basic elements such as the bed, the built-in nightstands and those lovely wall-mounted sconces.

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The en-suite bathroom is not particularly spacious but the minimalist and modern design combined with the warm wood elements give it a very relaxing and zen look. The doorless shower emphasizes the openness of the space and the large mirror has the same effect.

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Skilled Suggestions: Quick Fixes For Wedding Ceremony Dress MishapsDaily Interior Design Ideas

Dirty dresses, ripped hems and&#8230 You really do not want any of these items to to come about on your special day, but it cannot hurt to be ready. There are various items you can do to try out steer clear of some, but then you can pack a little emergency kit that may well help to fix some. Here with a handful of suggestions:

Factors to contemplate before the wedding:

  1. Length of the dress:A longer dress is more most likely to get stains on than a shorter one particular. The sole purpose becoming that it is so significantly closer to the floor. From accidentally stepping on the hem with your own sneakers, or your husband performing his portion on the dance floor to receiving greenery to damage the seam whilst taking these lovileecouplephotographs. Quick dresses are really acceptable for weddings of late. pairing the dress with a various colour shoes can add a small some thing distinctive to the day and even compliment or tie in with your colour scheme.
  2. Colour of the dress:The most significant fear I think most brides have on the day is to get a quite dress stained. There are a number of factors to steer clear of&#8230 For me it is constantly beetroot at a salad table! In an interview on the Wedding Suggestions Magazine, assistant purchaser Elisa Rhodes from M&#038S stated that darkcolours, even however not a traditional wedding dress colour is getting to be a more acceptable wedding ceremony dress colour with the ever shifting trends. “Black was also a well-liked colour but it is a dramatic statement for a wedding ceremony appear, so if you pick this colour opt for a dress with specifics that soften the seem like ruching, embellishment, ribbons, beading or a sheer material with a lighter petticoat beneath.”
  3. Sizing of the dress:It is often very best to get your dressed tailored a few weeks ahead of the actual wedding ceremony day, rather than months before. I have heard of so many brides getting their dresses sized on the day of purchase and then, when fitting it a couple of days before the wedding ceremony panic due to the fact the sizing is all incorrect! My suggestion is that you do this a month or so before the wedding ceremony day.

Things to pack for the wedding ceremony day:

  1. Torn seams + hems:Offcourse some needle + thread ought to constantly be on hand at a wedding ceremony, but for a hem it may possibly be less difficult to “Break out a roll of double-sided material tape and use a piece to stick the torn hem back in place. If you don&#8217t have fabric tape on hand, masking tape or gaffer&#8217s tape (which a lighting expert would have in his or her kit) will do the trick,” &#8211 Mindy Weiss
  2. StainsThere are very a few distinct remedies to this connundrum, The Knot advises that “wet wipes are wonderful for obtaining basis out. Really do not scrub: use light sweeps above the spot and consider not to dampen your dress also a lot. Your make-up artist must have some wipes in her kit, but to be secure you must have some with you as well.” For white dresses white chalk and baby powder can also do the trick with lighter stains.

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Animal Headband DIYDaily Interior Design Ideas

Darling Animal Headband DIYI have myself a pretty tiny growing assortment of animalears headbands. Some of them are purely for dress up and a couple are for everyday put on. If you feel a tiny uncertain about strolling about sporting kitty ears on the daily, we’ll contact this a DIY for dress up. If you are like me and never mind a couple added glances, then you can include this to your “every day wear” pile. Animal Headband DIYSupplies: leather (I purchased a scrap bag at my nearby craft store for inexpensive!), basic metal headbands, leather glue, studs, wire, scissors. Stage one: Collect your supplies and reduce your leather intostrips. Phase 2: Commence wrapping your leather about the headband. Spread glue inside as you go. Step 3: You will most very likely be making use of a handful of distinct strips for wrapping, so as you proceed wrapping try placing your seams exactly where your ears will end up covering. Step four: Wrap wire in the form of the animal ears you choose. Reduce leather in the identical form, but larger than the wire. Include studs ahead of gluing, if wanted. Stage five: Wrap the ears close to the wire and glue in back. For triangles (cat ears) you will want to make a couple of cuts to get the leather to wrap smoothly close to the bottom. Stage six: Hold in location with a hair clamp till dry (optional) and repeat on the other side. Be positive to reduce triangles to glue to the back of the ears to make them look good and neat!Animal Ears Headband DIYIf you are wanting to attempt the wrapped ears strategy, the actions are extremely similar. Actions one-2: Wrap the material around the headband, incorporating studs as you go. Methods 3-four: Wrap your wire around the headband in your animal form. Begin your leather strip on the back of the headband and wrap about the ears (using glue as you go). Make sure all wire is covered. Adorable animal headband DIY!Love this animal headband DIY!This was a fun little project I ended up finishing at the park. Regardless of whether this is an daily search for you or a unique dress-up craft, I hope you appreciate! xo. Katie

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Main bedroom revampDaily Interior Design Ideas

For people who have not nevertheless entered our lovileegiveaway with ProminentPaints + Evolve, I hope that the publish beneath would get you inspired to do so right away. I lately decided that it was time for a bedroom revamp and what much better way than to make use of some paint! I feel that paint is the a single of the most affordable and simplest techniques to get a space to search completely various.

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If you&#8217ve followed lovilee for a even though you might have remembered my previous bedroom revamp just in excess of two many years in the past. I opted for a blackchalkboard accent wall behind our bed. Whilst the appear and notion was very wonderful the actual wall turned into a bit of a mess. I just could not get the wall as clean as the newly painted version soon after drawing on it, which drove me nuts, and then there was a little an individual that touched it with oily fingers, leaving horrible marks that mommy attempted to clean with Mentholated Spirits by the way&#8230 A NO NO!. The Spirits took half the paint off and, and, and&#8230

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Anyways&#8230 It was time for a alter, Prominent Paints was sort enough to share a can of Evolve Colour: Moonshadow paint with me to test drive it for you lovilees. I enjoyed working with the paint. Their revolutionary see-by means of paint can colour and the completed colour was extremely close. The paint itself was thick and simple to paint with. I first had to Prime the wall due to the fact of the chalkboard paint and proceeded to do two coats with the Evolve paint. I utilised roughly two litres on our wall of three.5m wide x 2.2m large.

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What surprised me was the truth that the paint was almost odourless. I bear in mind obtaining to sleep in our spare area for a week for the chalkboard paint&#8217s smell to subside. Even however this is the case with most of the oil based mostly paints vs. the water based paints I can vouch for the reality that Evolve has even less of an odour than your traditional water based mostly paints.

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I then ordered some vinyl triangles from friendy Liezel from Match Set Love offered in her shop here in a variety of colours here!. I used nearly two sheets of vinyl for the wall, 40 triangles in total 24 per sheet, but did not stick any behind the bed or the side-tables. My cousin Lorraine, all the way from the Cost-free State helped me get the look perfected! Liezel was also variety sufficient to specially design a particular &#8216LOVE&#8217 arrow poster for me and I added it to a frame I acquired on unique from Entrepo. The posters are offered in A4 or A3 dimension.

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The &#8216His &#038 Hers&#8217 cushions that I received from Zana Products truly sparked the total colour concept and scheme. I paired them with some black and white chevron cushions as effectively as plain black from Mr Value House. For the bed I am even now using my Biggie Ideal Duvet I got four years ago for a wedding existing and then extra some nifty lamps from Mr Cost Property yet again.
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My crochet cushion from Crafters Market with a brooch from Purouge/Heartfelt.
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Split House Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in Norway The Oslo-primarily based architectural studio JVA made a seashorehouse that folds into the landscape, in accordance with the route of the horizon. Situated near the sea, the residence is partly hidden underneath ground making it possible for unobstructed sea views for the neighbours on the back side. Capturing the ideal panoramic views, the home offers a exclusiveresiding knowledge. The lower part of the construction is dominated by stone serving as a help for the huge wood volume. Generally, the house has two normal layers, one particular produced of stone and yet another made of wood. Nonetheless, the cleardegree division lead to architects to dub the project Split Home.

House view Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayRoof is covered with grass and can be also utilized as a terrace while huge expanses of glass enable panoramic views to relax and inspire the inhabitants. Interior feels light and airy, opening up to the scenic landscape. The main entrance, positioned on the ground floor leads you to the socialarea which includes the residing room, the dining region and the kitchen. Transparency and openness played a key function in establishing thisventure. These factors enhanced the feeling of lightness and tranquility, supplying an exceptionally warm and vivid house atmosphere.

House structure and sea view Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayWood and stone Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayBeautiful outdoor Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayRoof and surroundings Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayView side of the house Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayGorgeous geometry Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayEdgy corner Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayBeautiful house view Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayEvening view Split House Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwaySmooth interior Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayWooden staircase2 Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayFirst floor Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayStairs connecting floors Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayThroughout the house Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayHouse plan ground floor Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayGround floor plan Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayElevation North facade Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayEast facade Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwaySouth facade Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in NorwayHouse section Partly Hidden Beach House with Unobstructed Sea Views in Norway

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