Anyone familiar with JRR Tolkien’s ‘The Lord of The Rings’ knows that the homes of hobbits are something special. But these tiny abodes aren’t just for little people anymore — a Maine family has brought the concept of the hobbit hole to life with their line of Wooden Wonders. Built for work and play, these functional little holes can be used as everything from chicken coops, saunas, playhouses, garden sheds, cottages, and even a bus stop!
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