9,766 hobbit hole Home Design Photos

ROM architecture studio
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Nob Hill Residence
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behind the hole? Is the hole cut out of the floorboard only, and drywall is directly behind it, or does it go deeper than that?
What's behind the hole? Is the hole cut out of the floorboard only, and drywall is directly behind it, or does it go deeper than that? November 13, 2013 PRO ROM architecture studio We made a little plywood
“mouse hole” — Ashleigh Jade
Loudon County Interior Designer
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The Family Retreat
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complete with holes for rock climbing holds and a rustic entrance garden. Designed for Aloe Designs. Constructed and installed by Aloe Designs
little holes are actually holds for rock climbing. Just make sure children don’t draw below while other kids climb!
Outdoor chalkboard with rock climbing holds. This is no ordinary chalkboard wall — those little holes are actually holds
chalk painted wall, with holes for rocking climbing holds..
chalkboard and holes for climbing tools
7. Outdoor chalkboard with rock climbing holds. This is no ordinary chalkboard wall — those little holes are actually holds for rock climbing. Just make sure children don’t draw below while other kids climb!8. Truck play zone. Any blank area in the garden can be quite
“Ecran pour enfants” — Julie Beauchamp
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Asian Contemporary
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Dig a hole about 5 inches larger than the root ball on all sides. • Ginkgos like sandy loam, so if your soil is not sandy loam, spread sand on the bottom of your hole. • Place the rootball in the hole and fill the sides with sand. • Keep turf several feet away from the trunk. • Water your tree, but
Dig a hole about 5 inches larger than the root ball on all sides. • Ginkgos like sandy loam, so if your soil is not sandy loam, spread sand on the bottom of your hole. • Place the rootball in the hole and fill the sides with sand. • Keep turf several feet away from the trunk. • Water your tree, but be
Dig a hole about 5 inches larger than the root ball on all sides. • Ginkgos like sandy loam, so if your soil is not sandy loam, spread sand on the bottom of your hole. • Place the rootball in the hole and fill the sides with sand. • Keep turf several feet away from the trunk. • Water your tree, but be
“Planting notes: • Dig a hole about 5 inches larger than the root ball on all sides. • Ginkgos l” — katpur24
Highland Group
2 Reviews
"Hobbit" Entry Pivot Door
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"Hobbit" Entry Pivot Door
call a "Hobbit" door
“Stonework, beams.” — winginitn13
Highline Partners, Ltd
4 Reviews
Mountain House Entry
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Reminds me of Beorns hall in The Hobbit.
“Great door!” — nrschuch
Dufner Heighes Inc
back yard
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hobbit house
“cool picture windows” — Connie McWethy
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
19 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Residence - Fireplace
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hobbit like fireplace. So cool
Hobbit fie
“colors” — ranchloverd
Donny Hackett Design
oak room
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Hobbit house
“ceiling” — adamrdavidson
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