A patio garden from HEAVEN, orange basement bar, and a goat in an inappropriate place #Reader Round-up#basements#cats#LEGO#orange#porches/balconies March 21 | Cat Rocketship Happy spring and happy Monday. Every Monday we pull together photos to do some totally non-productive ogling of home porn. Those of you who also have a temperate climate: I hope the longer days and warmer temps invigorate you. I'm feeling like making things and doing CHORES for the first time in months. My serotonin levels aren't meant for Midwest winters. We still have a couple months of rain ahead of us, so let's brighten up and think of lovely days. And we'll START with loudshannon's awesome-loud entryway. OH MY GAWD. Homebornbabes keeps a peaceful nature altar. Don't you want to make one of these for the cool rocks that come home? Related Post '70s kitsch in a Floridian mid-century modern A Siamese cat, a boyfriend, a girlfriend, and a glittery gold carport: these are just the tip of this bright retro Florida home. WOWwwee WOW wow wow. THIS is a patio garden. Raised beds! Factory windows! Dreamy. Thanks for sharing, Evita. If your dog isn't allowed on the couch, don't let her see what Panda Hugs does with her goat. Jenn has an orange New Belgium dark wood natural light basement bar. We have jealousy. Sooooo I'd been obsessed with catios this week, and then BlindCaveFish came along with a photo of her former home and the port of its outdoor cat enclosure. VerticalHouse's white and clean kitchen with an amaze-o vintage fridge. These little hearts are Lego on a dorm wall. Good effing use of Lego, Omegn! Mariegael's bathroom makeover SUCCESS. Great green, clean lines, inventive focal piece. Enough talk. Let's do Clicky Links! Fiskars started a blog that just keeps me coming back. Recently useful: Five Common Household Plant Problems. Megan from Offbeat Bride sent me this lifehacker post on how to plant a garden in concrete. All you need is a jackhammer! Offbeat Mama posted a how-to on making tie-dye for your walls. "Farming is the New Hipster Occupation of Choice." (Are you an offbeat farmer? Tell us about your life!) Craft ran a feature on an I Dream of Jeannie bathroom. The polka-dot towels are the best, but I have to fight the urge to straighten them. Offbeat Home wants your shots! Upload your photographs to our Flickr pool and we'll alllllll look at them. If you want a nudge, take a look at these tips for photographing your home. You can also submit stories, tours, how-tos and questions. Check out the submissions page for all the information. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Cat Rocketship I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things. PREVIOUS Let’s have a magical make-believe party room decor porn date! NEXT Committing pack-rat suicide: how I killed my need to keep absolutely everything Show/Hide comments [ 15 ] I LOVE the New Belgium sign. Fat Tire FTW. The green candleholders in the bathroom are totally swoon-worthy too–they're so timeless and romantic! Oh, and WHO'S A WIDDLE GOATUMS? Reply Greenbottle bathroom of awesomeness! I used to collect colored glass bottles in my window growing up. This brings me back. 1 agrees Reply Right? I LOVE glass, so my apartment is populated by sea glass and vases and old bottles and lots of stuff I should probably recycle. 😉 Reply thanks guys! i'm moving to thailand & trying to figure out if someone would buy these. you think i should try to put them on craig? i can't take them with me. Reply I love the yellow entrance way! When I was a kid I painted my bedroom yellow and orange. My mum hated it and my sister (who had to share the room) REALLY hated it, but I loved it and have wanted another yellow room ever since. Reply Wow! This is my favorite Monday mongage so far! I love that first pic! I painted my kitchen cabinets that same green last year and it's so cheerful! Thanks, Ms. Rocketship!!! I'm loving the work you're doing here Reply IT'S A GOAT! I FREAKING LOVE GOATS!! *ahem* I am an adult, yes I am. Cute goat. 1 agrees Reply That is one hell of a goat! And if one's plants are always dying, what kind of a failed hipster does that make one? Reply OMG RAD OVERLOAD! so many awesome things! thanks for including my kitchen…but really it just doesn't compare to all of the amazing-ness you found! i'm going to plant that garden right now lol! Reply I love the goat on the couch. I'm an urban farmer and already submitted to you guys. Reply Great colours! That Jenie room is great too but know what u mean about the towels Reply Aw Thanks for including my entryway! We added it on after we bought the house. My husband and I just love the colors too. Even when it's cloudy it makes it seem as though sunlight is pouring into the living room! Now I just need to get that New Belgium orange in here! Reply Oh my goooooatttt!!! I'm impressed by that size of goat laying on that size of girl. Last week the power was out at the goat farm where I work so I had to milk about 15 of the goats by hand before it came back on. I was milking them on a different stand than they're used to, and some of them weren't too keen on hopping up onto it. It was all I could do to get the front two legs of a couple of the young Nubians onto the stand so they'd jump the rest of the way up. And that one looks like a big ol' Alpine! I am so pro this. Reply Thanks, my Loki is a big guy, but not our biggest! He is a wether, and is the most fantastic pack goat, all my girls are definitely smaller. I commend you for hand milking 15! Yikes! Reply love the candles in the bottles! Having so many of them really enhances the impact. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Participate in this conversation via e-mail No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.