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  • Kate Rau

    tiny house interior. love the loft.

  • Natasha Bates

    an unusually warm and cozy loft space. Fantastic ceiling fan and bookshelves

  • Brittanie Drendall

    I love the loft in the livingroom idea...

  • 🌼NAOMI BONITA

    Cozy living room interior great open space

  • Esther Moore

    tiny house interior. I want to build a completely eco-friendly house somewhere "hidden" on our future property. Like a grownup hideout, but also a guest house for when family comes. Teenage hangout for when kids are older, etc. Dreaming...

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