Pre-Fab Hobbit Hole Homes That Can Be Assembled In Three Days
Company sells pr-fab Hobbit Homes for the hobbit in all of us. via geekologie
Green Magic Homes is a company that manufactures per-fabricated shells that can be used to build Hobbit-hole style homes. The shells can be assembled by as few as three people in in three days, making them the perfect choice for a person who needs a new home RIGHT NOW. Plus the Hobbit-holes are eco-friendly and super customizable for those of you who need OPTIONS. Me? I just need enough space to lay my head at night. Okay, and a man-cave with a nice entertainment center. And, shit, can I get a chef’s kitchen? Also I’ve always dreamed of building a bathroom big enough to have an echo so I can talk to my make-believe far-away self while I’m on the potty. I can’t help it, I know how to have fun. “Your brain is mush.” That too I’m sure.
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