{hidden fortress...}


last week while i was searching for homes for the lawn reform post, i stumbled upon this amazing home featured in dwell. the home is located in carlsbad, california and is a modern masterpiece. the entire facade of the home is hidden behind a charred cedar fence. this same wood, along with an abundance of ipe wood, is carried throughout the house. there is also a japanese soaking tub and large japanese-style rock garden, or as the owner's like to refer to it, "carlsbad's largest pulic restroom for cats." in all seriousness, the entire house is worth a gander.

image source: dwell magazine / photography by daniel hennessy

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  1. ooooohhhh...gorgeous. thank you so much for sharing it!

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  2. this is SO beautiful! when we finally get around to building our deck, we have our sights set on using ipe!

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  3. WOW! Gorgeous house! So glad you shared this. I love the low chairs!

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  4. I love that the facade is hidden behind the fence - an awesome surprise. Thanks for sharing!

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