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  • Jennifer King

    Cob lessons: The wood stove is surrounded by cob for thermal mass, and includes a warm nook with shelf to culture yogurt. Not sure about the yogurt thing, but I guess I could learn. Love the cozy feel of this area and love the wood burning stove.

  • Mitch Hipwell

    The Natural Way...: Cob House - The Natural Building

  • Penelope Kearley

    cob house design - Google Search

  • Rashawn Rosenbaum

    take me home! inside of a earth home, so #Thanksgiving #christmas #holiday #holiday event|

  • Errikos Artdesign

    Beautiful cob cottage design

  • Parker Free

    Cob homes are known to be small and size efficient. There are many reasons that they are built to “tiny home” standards. Most builders and residents of cob homes understand and appreciate keeping things simple and down to earth. This regular standing wood stove is enhanced with a cob surrounding that will retain heat for a very long time.

  • Lauren

    Cob house includes cob surrounding the wood stove, for increased thermal mass.

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