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  • Alaina Michelle

    ⌂ Hobbit Homes ⌂ A real Hobbit house: The round door is hung on a single hinge designed by blacksmith Michael Coldren of North East, Md. Designing hardware strong enough to handle the torque of the circular door was one of the tougher challenges, according to the architect.

  • Sorcha Caroll

    Hobbit House interior, Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.

  • Chelsea Keesler

    Hobbit house! Since the first time I read The Hobbit, I've wanted a round door.

  • NatalieDreams andReadsalot

    Pennsylvania Hobbit house: traditional living room by Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. #Hobbit #Middle-earth

  • Alicia Heim

    Pennsylvania Hobbit hole: traditional living room by Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. <3

  • Meaghan Heusler

    traditional living room by Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. Hobbit door!

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