All the round but normally non-round things I could find: doors, bathtubs, beds, and moongates #Decor & Decorating#bedrooms#beds#doors#Pinterest#windows February 15 | Cat Rocketship This week's obsession: unusually shaped doors, windows, and other householdery. Source: flickr.com via Offbeat Home on Pinterest On one hand, I think living in a home with round doorways would be soothing. On the other hand, I give myself two days before I trip over the threshold. Source: flickr.com via Offbeat Home on Pinterest Yes, yes I would like to stare out this window and into the garden for quite some time. Source: Uploaded by user via Offbeat Home on Pinterest Help us make our bed nook look less "Old European shack" y manfriend and I recently downsized our bedroom. We moved our office area into our bedroom and moved our bed ( nothing else) into where... [more] Everything would be okay if we could all live in a house like this. Source: flickr.com via Offbeat Home on Pinterest This moongate looks into a ramshackle alley that is, nevertheless, inviting. Source: beautiful-portals.tumblr.com via Renee on Pinterest Ooooh yeah. That's tickling me in my belly. Source: google.com via Andy on Pinterest Here's another moongate, this one looking into the home. Source: ikeafamilylive.com via Offbeat Home on Pinterest The round window looks BIG. I think it plays tricks on the eyes. Source: zsazsabellagio.blogspot.com via Offbeat Home on Pinterest This bed: pain in the ass not worth the hassle, or AMAZINGNESS? Source: flickr.com via Offbeat Home on Pinterest Yep. That's GOOD. 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 Clicking to calm an aggressive chihuahua NEXT Vegetarian, delicious, fridge-clearing quinoa pilaf recipe Toggle comments [ 19 ] I love the last pic! Incredibly serene and pretty. =) 0 agree Reply I'd totally put up with the hassle of that bed. YES. I like the "Aladdin-shaped" door frames with the tear drop shape. When we make an eart home that is happening. And some curved walls with no corners. 0 agree Reply The furniture seems to use up too much space, but I love the windows and "moongates". Is that your own name, or is that really what they're called? 0 agree Reply Apparently actually what they're called — at least, the round garden gates and doors traditional to Chinese gardens. 0 agree Reply I would like to live in Hobbiton! 4 agree Reply Wait… where's the bathtub the title eludes to? 2 agree Reply I think she changed it already! I was looking for the tub too :). 0 agree Reply Does anyone else think that the moongate and ramshackle alley look somewhat like the entrance to Diagon Alley behind the Leaky Cauldron? 3 agree Reply YES. I was like. YOU'VE FOUND IT! 1 agrees Reply I think having a circle entry way to one room in your home would minimize the tripping hazard, but yea, I'd totally trip over it almost immediately. The bed, meh. Looks like too much of a hassle for me, as I tend to need to get up to use the bathroom in the wee hours of the morning. Getting out from under the covers and around a snuggly cat is enough bed-hazard for me. I totally think it's pretty though. Maybe a round crib would be nice? That's what I thought it was at first. Round doors like that brick one to the alleyway make me thing something mysterious and magical is happening in the space beyond, like it's an entry way to a secret place only few have ever been. One last thing: I could totally see the room from the third pic down combined with the Snape office from a previous post. Sooo dreamy! 0 agree Reply I'm pretty sure it is a crib, personally 3 agree Reply Me too, it looks like a nursery. 1 agrees Reply I really like this one: http://pinterest.com/pin/89720217546295929/ Such a unique doorway shape! I don't think I'd seen one before a few months ago. 0 agree Reply You didn't happen to find any round floor grates by any chance, did you? When Mr. I and I moved into our place, I noticed that the old owners had left a traffic pylon behind in a bedroom. I lifted it to discover… a hole in the floor. Somehow during the open house, and the home inspection tour that Mr. I went on, we never moved the pylon. We're not sure what to do about it, as the rest of the hole is original pine flooring. The joys of a 160 year old house. 0 agree Reply HUH! No, I didn't — but rest assured if I find any, I'll be sharing them. 0 agree Reply omg, totally worth the hassle. I feel so serene after seeing all these circles…. 0 agree Reply As an adult, I say no to the bed, but I think it's a kid's bed anyway. As a child, I would have said hell yes! In fact, I kind of want to make my daughter have it. It's like you're sleeping in a stump! 0 agree Reply Moongates = awesome in every way. So easy on the eyes… and yeah, that one with the tree growing up to the skylight? Amazing. I love the idea of living things being an integral part of the house, even though upkeep would be time-consuming. 1 agrees Reply I love love love round stuff – it's like this post was written right to me. Thanks! 0 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. 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