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6 Responses to “Tiny Hall House”

  1. Krisann Preston says:

    Where can I purchase the ceiling fan? Its lovely

  2. jeneane says:

    Love those dormers windows! Makes so much more space!

  3. Joseph R Orear says:

    Love more information on tiny houses please!

  4. suez says:

    So what’s the story on the utilities? Power source for appliances, heating, cooking; how does the toilet and bath/shower work? Details!

    • suez says:

      Found more info here: tinyhallhouse.tumblr.com/. Yes, it’s a cute little house; it would be great as a guest house next to a “real” house. Living there on a daily basis would not be much fun when you think about the realities of daily life. Making the bed requires hanging off a ladder, according to the article. This is about making some kind of statement I guess. A house like this would also be unacceptable in an area that experiences tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes. As someone who has spent time sheltering in basements during severe weather – no way would this be safe.

  5. Janet says:

    I love tiny houses and would love to own one myself. I love the look of this one!

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