A DIY toad house made with a thrift-store terracotta pot turned upside down and Dollar Tree pebbles hot-glued on. The roof is made from a fallen piece of old tree bark found alongside the road. I put soil and live moss from my yard under the roof. Hopefully the moss will eventually grow in between the pebbles to complete the look.
Fairy Doors Provides a Whimsical and Uncommon Miniature Architectural Detail - Green Building Elements 2020
Architects are trained to look at the smallest details and those details in turn make the buildings unique and beautiful. If one looks close enough, the small elements can be the most surprising. In Ann Arbor, Michigan, those small elements seem to have taken on a life of their own. Throughout the city miniature doors can be found.
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You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons. They're portals. ******* These photos aren't mine (except maybe like, five?), because this is a massive reblog...
About - Beautiful/Decay
Beautiful/Decay began as a small black and white, DIY, photocopied ‘zine in 1996, releasing three issues in its first incarnation. In 2001, it was resurrected as a full color art and design publication featuring some of the most cutting edge and exciting work by artists and designers from all over t