Fan of The Hobbit? Read our inspiring tips on transforming your cabin into a stunning Hobbit Hole fit enough for Bilbo Baggins and the rest of The Shire…
”Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit–hole and that meant comfort.”
Pick your cabin
First of all, you need to pick a cabin that has enough space for you to create the perfect little hobbit hole.
Tiger Sheds have a wide range of stunning Log Cabins; so whether you imagine a small cosy Hobbit Hole or a spacious, ‘Bag End’ style one then there’s something for everyone’s taste.
We recommend our biggest product The Omega Log Cabin.
Transform the outside…
To give your cabin a real Shire feel, a circular door is a good way to start!
Not to mention a grassy roof…
Small Circular Windows…
A beautiful arrangement of flowers
Step inside the Hobbit Hole…
When decorating the inside of your shed to give it a Hobbit Hole feel, think cosy, cluttered and ‘cottagey’ and you can’t really go wrong!
Above we found a great collection of stunning items that would give your space that cosy touch.
- Gillet Wall Clock from Cottage Home Furniture – As we all know, hobbits (most) like to lead a peaceful life with no surprises. So a clock is just what you would expect to see in a Hobbit Hole.
- Decorative Apothecary Bottle from The White Lighthouse – Great to fill with important ingredients or to leave empty hanging from the walls to add to that cluttered look
- Vintage Square Boxes and Souk Floor Lantern from Hill Interiors – Keep all your random bits and pieces stored away neatly and in style with the Vintage Square Boxes and create the perfect ambiance with the Floor Lantern.
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Please note: We can not be held responsible for any damage gained from anyone who wishes to build their shed underground or to follow this guide.
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