A tiny stained-glass home! So beautiful!

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There are so many tiny homes and small house designs, styles and plans all over the world, some tiny homes are used to live in, while others make the perfect spot for an artist studio, or to be used as a quiet retreat. "A tiny stained-glass home! So beautiful!," is a unique and original tiny house, designed by a woman who wanted to pay tribute to the town in which she grew up.

This stained-glass tiny house is owned by english teacher Tatiana Hardisty's, who had the elaborate stained glass panes designed to resemble the art nouveau windows of the main thoroughfare in St. Petersburg, Russia, the city where she grew up. The beautiful tiny house looks to be the perfect retreat with comfortable chairs for the owner to enjoy the lovely stained glass designs.

The article the stained glass tiny house is a part of also includes nine other tiny house 'she' sheds to look at and admire. Some of the tiny houses you will find include; A Victorian haven in the Catskills, a cute tiny house shabby chic retreat, with stacks of Limoges china with tiny rosebud patterns, chandeliers dripping crystal, billow of tissue paper garlands, all inside a lovely 9 feet by 14 feet tiny cottage, a must see; A transformed backyard shed, turned into a 200 square foot tiny house studio, set up so the owner could have a place to pursue her passion of making ceramics as a career; An old garden shed transformed into an inviting craft nook in the owners backyard, adorable. These tiny houses are just a few of the must see photos on the site. This site has lots of interesting articles on topics ranging from arts, people, objects, gifts, science, stories, medicine, tech, home, design and miscellaneous.

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