Blackmetal gardening, lit up courtyards, Star Wars cookies #Reader Round-up#gothic#star wars March 7 | Cat Rocketship The Flickr pool heated up last week. You guys are sharing your awesome lives, and it is so fun to sift through. You've been big on cool displays, bizarre knick knacks and bright colors — and these photos are just a few from the bunch. You can click each picture to see more… The Satanic Wrath and Evil Despair of Infernal Yardwork, a preview from the upcoming Blackmetal Homes and Gardens photobook from photographer Libby Bulloff. CANNOT. WAIT. Am I the only one starting to daydream about warm summer nights outside? Photo by Wonderlane, used under Creative Commons license. Okay, I'm COMPLETELY impressed by this Nerf storage solution from aryll in our Flickr pool. Ursula's tchotchke display. SO MUCH COOLER than if these were all on one shelf. I dunno, Annabel, what WOULD Karl Marx do? Way to make a medium-sized frame work the whole wall! 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The Tiny House Movement marches on! A New York Times article about Derick Diedricksen, who makes 200-square-foot structures out of trashed materials. Reader Sully sent in a kind of fantastic find: Star Wars cookie cutters from, of all places, Williams-Sonoma. 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. Join our community! 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 How should we plan baby showers for additional pregnancies? NEXT Five things you can do the day after you move in to help your home feel like YOURS Show/Hide comments [ 18 ] "Am I the only one starting to daydream about warm summer nights outside?" NO. I can't stop. I just want to sit on that still-warm-from-the-sun stone and lean on the tree and listen to the background sounds of friends having fun. Sigh. Come on, summertime … Reply Woot! Those are my birds on the wall! Woooooot! Reply ^I LOVE those birds! Did you use a stencil or what? (My hot pink patio! Woot!) Reply They're vinyl wall stickers we got from Decorette's Etsy shop! http://www.etsy.com/shop/decorette?ref=pr_shop Reply Awesome, thank you! Reply LOVE all of these photos/ideas! I suddenly must cover my balcony in Christmas lights! Reply We still have our Christmas lights out. I think we've reached the point were it's optimistic rather than lazy! Reply When I lived in Sweden we had a shower knob where you could adjust temperature and spray volume separately. Plus the temperature knob had a temperature lock button. Very cool! I miss it. Reply Apart from the temprature lock button (sounds so useful!) that sounds like my parents shower. My dad loves it because he inexplicably likes to be pounded with cold water like he's under a waterfall or something. They also have two shower heads, one directly above and one off to the side so you can either have it rain style or keep your head out. Reply Sounds nice! My husband would love it. He always wants to take a high pressure cold water shower after mowing the lawn in the summer heat but unfortunately it's not possible with our current shower knob. The cold water pressure is low and full pressure is already warm. Reply Showerheads aren't hard to replace. There's a brand called Incredible Head. If you want a high-pressure shower it's pretty dang effective. Reply They have Star Wars pancake molds too… My husband let out a little squeal when I brought breakfast to the table on Saturday. Yes, I am a domestic goddess!! Reply My mom bought the Star Wars pancake molds for my husband on his first 'Family Day' with us. He didn't even like pancakes until I made him a Storm Trooper shaped one (with a Darth Vader spatula nonetheless). Reply Loving the garden pics– I was hoping there would be some outdoor focus on the site! Reply I LOVE the lit-up courtyard! It's like someone took my mental paradise and actually made it! Reply Our mini Nerf gun armory wall has saved me from lots of tripping when going in and out of my eldest sons' room. The funny thing was, my hubby loved it soo much he made a special request to construct one for his Nerf and soft air guns too! Guess that's what happens when u live in a house full of boys… Reply The birds are my favorite. Love! Reply "Nerf storage solution" = Win of the day! Great idea so well thought out. 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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