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u/yeoninboi · 2 pointsr/CozyPlaces

Great book! If you like it check this read out. It’s a great one.

u/MrMallow · 1 pointr/CozyPlaces

I am currently reading;

  • The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey

  • American Gods by Neil Gaiman

  • The Secret Life of Violet Grant by Beatriz Williams

  • The Adventures of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (edited by Anthony Brandt)

    I read books like most people watch TV shows (switching from one to another) so I usually am reading 3-6 books at a time. The first two in my list are both books I am rereading and I would always recommend them if you have never read them. The Secret Life of Violet Grant is actually much better than I was expecting and I would totally recommend it if you enjoy period fiction (it jumps back and forward between Kennedy-era Manhattan and World War I Europe).

    I have read "The Alchemist" before, but it's been a couple years, I remember liking it.

u/doubleplusfabulous · 6 pointsr/CozyPlaces

I had the I Spy haunted mansion CD-ROM game. My sis and I played it together all the time, but I couldn't admit that it was too spooky for me. Good memories.

I also loved these books where the scenes were made of everyday objects. They were so oddly satisfying and could keep me occupied for a long time just staring at the pages.

u/figar36012 · 0 pointsr/CozyPlaces

I'm pretty sure that it's this one, got the same paperback set but from a different online vendor.

u/FatFingerHelperBot · 5 pointsr/CozyPlaces

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u/ElephantTeeth · 9 pointsr/CozyPlaces

So I ended up going on an Internet dive because I’ve been on an architecture kick lately. “How to build Japanese without looking like a weeb” was an interesting topic.

This book looks really promising though I haven’t read it. I think you can probably apply a lot of the proportions and materials to a Western style home.

French doors instead of paper screens. While clearly traditional, this interior doesn’t require a traditional Japanese exterior. From the outside, that window configuration could be any American sunroom.

And I think that a U-shaped house plan would do miracles, since you could have a fairly inconspicuous ranch exterior but stick a Japanese garden in the center courtyard, with all interior spaces open to it.

u/sparklesleaves · 5 pointsr/CozyPlaces

Amazon for the burnt orange blanket! here’s a link

u/despairpleasure · 18 pointsr/CozyPlaces

Actually my sister has some
Of these and they are all on a single plug. You can find them on amazon.

u/slow70 · 2 pointsr/CozyPlaces

You know, I don't really track such things on reddit so much, but the Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) is sort of a hub for these things.

For years I didn't really have words or terms to go with my sentiment regarding our built environments, but reading first Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Death of the American Dream and then ["The Geography of Nowhere: The Rise and Decline of America's Man-Made Environment] ( were wonderfully informative and encompassing on the topic.

Check out James Howard Kunstler's TED talk, you'll probably laugh and feel sad in equal parts.

It's incredible how wide reaching the effects are of our built environment, and in the United States, it's mostly negative.

u/the_honest_liar · 24 pointsr/CozyPlaces

That kinda heater is popular on boats and tiny homes. It'll burn fuel, likely propane, though you might find the odd one that burns coal/wood/some other gas. It's really just fire + a blower to circulate heat. Something like this: