Literary Architecture: Not Your Average Home

Not every story has to take place or fall into a regular ol’ home. Sometimes a little bit of creativity can go a long way. The setting can be just as simple with a little bit of architectural flare so in this post, let’s sift through the small, the weird, the interesting and the classic!

Tiny House

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Trailer

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Underground Home

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Home Under The Sea

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A Giant Shell

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Cabin

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A Plane

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Treehouse Style

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House Boat

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Container ship Home

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House Carved In The Mountains

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A Place Literally In The Middle Of Water

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Abandoned Movie Set (from the movie, The Hobbit – turned into a little farming area for sheep)

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Weird Shaped Homes (the dog)

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And Then The Cat…

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Underground Tunnels

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There is more than meets the eye above but making an effort in embrace different styles of homes in fiction can bring surprising delights–because who cares about a haunted house when there s a spirit in your cohn shell home? Or a murder in a treehouse? Or a romantic affair in a tiny house (yeah, I’m still trying to make those adorable compact sheds work).

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