Dream Dwelling

In the last 5 years I feel like we moved 100 times, twice of those times were cross country. It took us about a year to relax in our space and finally settle into it, so now we are slowly redoing our living room. And of course this makes me daydream about moving again. Living in a repurposed school, church or museum sounds like the best thing ever.

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A church-house conversion at SE Harrison and Larch (photo courtesy Old PDX Homes)

Inside the Harrison Street house (photos courtesy Old PDX Homes)
Inside the Harrison Street house (photos courtesy Old PDX Homes)

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Former Museum by Penã Architecture

And creating a room sized time capsule like this Parisian apartment that stood closed off for 70 years.

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Photograph by Getty
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Photograph by Getty
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Photograph by Getty

But for now I guess I will make the most out of our current living room.

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