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  1. Oh the second to last one, the little blue home, is just gorgeous! I think it would be almost fun to live in one of these, but Im not sure you would get a lot of stuff in here... Then again you can't fit a lot of stuff into most New York City Apartments!!

    xox

    http://shewaitsforwhispers.blogspot.com/

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  2. If I had the money I'd buy one in a second. I think the skinny home idea is really cool.

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  3. I think it was the little blue one that used to be an alley way!

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  4. I can't fathom paying that much money for a skinny home, but they are adoooorable! And the concept is brilliant. I'm also in love with the blue home, it's so cozy!!

    chloehasflair.blogspot.com

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  5. I'd love to see the inside of those homes! I'm so curious to see how they manage.

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  6. OMG this cant be true. I could not live in any of these. Where on earth will I put all my vintage treasures???

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  7. wow! these are so cool ~~

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  8. I've been in a skinny home like this before... it's insane! The one I was in was in London...

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  9. BEACH VINTAGE:
    Haha...You're thinking vintage treasures, i'm thinking KING size bed...! I imagine these homes are long- just not very wide...

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  10. You should do a home tour on the interiours of one of these!!

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  11. SAM: Me too, I'm dying to see the inside...see where they place their furniture etc,

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  12. Id really have to see in the inside of these! I think they totally are cute and love the use of less ground space use. And hey, conus exercise climbing all of those stories!! :)

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  13. Oh my goodness!! I can't believe how narrow some of these places are - especially image 2 and 4!! I love the little blue one x

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  14. was the little blue one in georgetown? anyhow--i need space, yet the thought of living in one of these is full of whimsy.

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  15. Hi! I just started reading your blog recently and felt like I should comment. I work as a decorator here in NYC and I just did a house that sold for 6 million. The children's rooms were so small they could only fit a twin bed and desk!
    I love your blog :)

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  16. Wow, those are pretty cool looking homes. So tiny!

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  17. I love tall, skinny places like these! Great for the legs + fun for decorating. Why not while you're young, right?

    Thank you also for your comment the other day...I wanted to let you know, too, I have your poster "I love you, blogs and coffee" in a silver frame on my white wall in my office. Makes me happy every time I look at it :)

    xo,
    Sarah

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  18. While they look gorgeous, I actually felt claustrophobic looking at them. I imagined myself bumping into the bed legs every time I squeezed past. My poor shins!

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  19. Check my little house for the summer is 2 meter wide...
    In that type of houses you have to be very very organized!
    http://baballa.blogspot.com/2008/08/ojipltica.html

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  20. Oh goodness, no. I'd like to be able to stretch my arms, at least, without touching both sides of a room at the same time.

    But for people who absolutely must live in a certain area...I guess it's the best solution.

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  21. Wow! You must really love New York to pay such an amount for a space... I am lucky to live in the midwest where houses are relatively inexpensive. But then again I don't have access to hundreds if not thousands of galleries, customers, and art dealers either...

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  22. an interesting proposition — what a great design challenge this would be! i'd love to see the interiors of some of these homes. great post!

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  23. I think I'll like to live in a place like this, such a big chalenge!

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  24. They look so cool, but as you said I am not so sure about living in one like these. How much stuff can we put in it?

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  25. i'd like to see the inside, too. i've never heard of skinny houses before. and they're soooo damn expensive. wow!

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  26. p.s I left something for you on my blog :)

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  27. I'd love to see the inside of #2 but second from last just looks like a really sweet place to live :)

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  28. man, I've been having a hard time with my 14' wide home. now I feel like a spoiled brat! I'm sure people that live here are very clever with furniture placements, but I don't think I could do it. Maybe if the ceilings are really high it would help.

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  29. They are really gorgeous, but I don't think I would like to live in one of this, maybe an atelier or studio to my paintings and handmade crafts.
    Nice blog.
    Bye,

    Lúcia
    www.fazemosdeconta.com

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  30. What a great post! I have a skinny home obsession, I think they are just so cute.

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  31. those are the teensiest, cutest, loveliest little homes ever! :) love, love, love it!!

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  32. heheh, skinny houses! that made me laugh :)

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  33. so much fun! Who else was reminded of Stuart Little?

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  34. it's amazing what you can do with small spaces. our place is only 15 feet wide... all the way back! And I love the little blue one!

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  35. i went on a historical tour of boston when i was there a few years ago. the last house in this post was on it (weird?). the house is soooo narrow!

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