Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit

Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit

This 500 square-foot cottage in Golden, Colorado, reminds of the hobbits to me. Its design was a collaboration between the homeowners and Peter Boes of TKP Architects. The interior is just one open room with a bathroom tucked behind the fireplace and a sleeping loft above. As there’s a lack of space, the homeowners came up with a vine-like ladder beside the stone fireplace that leads to a sleeping loft for guests. The ceiling trusses were made from longleaf yellow pine salvaged from a Civil War–era munitions factory in Louisiana. The same wood was used on the plank floors as well. The walls are new whitewashed hemlock. Welcome to the fairy-tale!

Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit
Small Stone Cottage Reminding Of The Hobbit