If you don’t have a garden or a big enough one for a shed, then these little chalets, huts, houses might tempt you – most of them are open to paying overnight guests.
Isn’t this a fairytale little forest hut? I might even look after the flowers for a week or two. From Onekindesign.com
A frame huts are the world’s easiest design, yet look stunning, from Riverwoodchalet.blogspot.com
If you hanker more after the beach rather than the forest, this Caribbean beach hut might be just the thing for you. Le Pirate Beach Club.
Sadly, the appeal of the British shepherd’s hut has been tainted by David Cameron’s association with it, but you can see why I originally loved the idea of it. From Fabulous Fleece Company.
Especially when you see how luxurious some of them are on the inside. From Stylist Magazine.
I can only imagine what my great-grandfather or my great-uncle would have made of such luxuries, from cottagesinsswaledale.com
The ones they lived in during the summer, when they took the sheep up the mountains, were more like this.
I’m off on holiday and, since I don’t like not being able to respond to your comments immediately, I have only scheduled this Friday’s fun item and next week’s. Besides, I think you could all do with a bit of a breather from my posts, couldn’t you?
However, should you have a craving for earlier posts of mine which you may have missed, here are a few of my personal favourites:
All That Fuss about David Foster Wallace
Whatever Happened to Tawara Machi?
Confession About Betty
More Creative When Living Abroad?
And now for the pictures, which is the real reason you are here.
Danish beach huts, from visitdenmark.co.uk
Modern take on beach huts, Boscombe, from e-architect.co.uk
Beach huts Wells, from rollar.co.uk
Caribbean beach hut, from royalcaribbeanblog.com
Southwold beach huts, from The Sunday Times.
French beach huts near La Rochelle, from The Telegraph.
Have a lovely break and see you soon!