Friday Fun: Quiet Time to Write

It’s been far too busy and sociable this past week or so, and now it’s time to focus on writing once more. So here are some places where ‘escape’ is the name of the game and SO much writing would get done in close proximity to nature…

Dandelion House by Terunobu Fujimori, from Pinterest.
Dandelion House by Terunobu Fujimori, from Pinterest.
Eastate Treehouse, from Buzzfeed.
Eastate Treehouse, from Buzzfeed.
Floating island in France from France Canopy and Stars website.
Floating island in France from France Canopy and Stars website.
Treehouse Beverley Hills, image by Joe Fletcher, from Architecture Now.
Treehouse Beverley Hills, image by Joe Fletcher, from Architecture Now.
Watamu Treehouse in Kenya, from holidaylettings.com
Watamu Treehouse in Kenya, from holidaylettings.com
Wilkinson residence, from thatoregonlife.com
Wilkinson residence, from thatoregonlife.com

 

 

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21 thoughts on “Friday Fun: Quiet Time to Write”

  1. They’re all lovely, really – I can’t choose a favourite, but I think I’d be uncomfortable in the glass one…..!

  2. WOW! Hands down, the Watamu Treehouse… I can picture monkeys in the trees below, and bird song waking us at 5am. I know Watamu, having lived in Kenya a long time. I would be down at the sand, snorkelling on the reef and jumping on a dhow to go fishing. Feeling nostalgic now!

    1. There is a slight feeling of neglect with the Dandelion House which is attractive – and means that my (lack of) housekeeping skills would not be too obvious.

  3. Actually I don’t like any of them. The first one looks like it’s a matchstick house, the second one is an aquarium for people, the third one doesn’t have anything green, the fourth one looks as though it could float away, the fifth one doesn’t have solid walls (mosquitoes, snakes) and the last wall is just butt-ugly.

      1. At least the 19th century follies were, for the most part, stunning. (Just noticed typo in last comment–should be ‘one’ not wall)

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