After years of colourful graphic abstract animals, it’s nice to see things moving on a bit. Don’t get me wrong, a lime green graphic owl is still a nice way to fill a frame, but seeing these realistic linocut style drawings I’m appreciating the change. And although it’s unrelated to the theme, I can’t get over the rust stripey skirt with that top (Hence the giant picture of her).
- June 22, 2010
A few weeks ago I posted some fabulous places and products available in the camping scene these days (or glamping as the case may be)…and in typical fashion, as soon as I had published the post, I kept seeing more and more. Ahh so why not throw some more eco fabulous places your way–like a little Eden Project all to yourself in the Ekopod at Bodmin Moor Cornwall UK ( see above).
I can’t imagine not loving a Georgian treehouse. I don’t know what it is, and I’m already sold. I’d book it if I could but alas I have to wait until later this summer, along with the rest of the Canopy & Stars visions like a yurt run by a a Count and Countess (I wonder if its one ah ah ah…or two ah ah ah) and shepherds huts!
The Glamppod on Mayrose Farm in Cornwall UK is a canvas dwelling that works with the English summers rather than against it by housing a canvas cottage within a small biome…complete with a garden to play in- undercover!!
Just on this view of horsey and beyond, I’ve decided I dont’ care if I had to sleep on the grass, it would be worth it. Or if you are slightly more practical than myself…you could stay in a 1930′s Gypsy Caravan in Shaftesbury, Devon UK. Donkey and two Arabian horses complete the package.
The Bodrifty Roundhouse in Penzance Cornwall UK was in Round 1 of camping, but I found more pictures and couldn’t resist another view…things that are glowing or smoking seem to set my imagination on fire. oh. my. stop me now.
Such a sweet view of all the tipis dotting the landscape in Cornwall UK
This is a horse box bathroom…obviously. And by obvioulsy I mean, I have no idea what thatmeans, but doesn’t it look great! Oh yah and Westley Farm in the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire UK has a yurt too, in case you don’t want to stay in the horse box bathroom with me.
Visit Bouncers Farm in Wickham Bishops, Essex UK for a gypsy camp experience and two wagons..soon to be followed by two safari tents.
Sadly I don’t think this fellow is up for homing anyone, but the good news is he is on the grounds of equally adorable wagons at Puckshipton in Pewsey Wiltshire which are lovingly homey.
The Dome with a bay window at Fforest in Cardigan Wales…I would love to be in there in a rainstorm! Part dome, part yurt…part ahhhhhhh….