Sunday, November 27, 2011

It Would Be A Dream To Call It Home..

You may or may not know but we plan to build the "dream" cabin/s. A sustainable rural retreat for family and friends to gather. A place "away from it all".  I found this Danish cabin that is located in Ordrup Næs on My Scandinavian Retreat Blog. The cabin was designed by architects Hanne Dalsgaard and Henrik Jeppesen, featured in the book Arkitekternes Sommerhuse. This darling cabin is just what I have in mind.. Just add an outdoor living room, garden, water catch system, solar panels and you have here my dream house. I love the seperate room attached to the house with bunk beds too- guest house!


  1. Bunk beds are frequently used as a child's first regular bed after the child outgrows a crib. Some bunk beds also are used separately as twin beds for older children and even adults. Every year, thousands of children receive treatment bunk bed injury statistics.Most of these injuries are fairly minor and occur when children fall from the beds. But there are other less obvious yet potentially very serious hazards associated with bunk bed structures that have entrapped children and resulted in suffocation or deaths.

  2. Woah... Thanks for that input. That is the most interesting spam!

  3. Hahaha! Someone doesn't like bunk beds :-( I think it looks great and a fun place to live and/or visit. So get on it girl!

  4. what is the status of this project? I want to build this, too.
    In Czech Republic, that is on the other side of the planet, not so far from Denmark.
    Who is going to be the first?