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The “Uhü” is a 385 sq ft prefab tiny home in Boston. It was built ...

6 comments

  1. what if landlords don't want you putting things on walls?

  2. I feel your pain with the plants! I had a few before we moved, and now one is barely alive. I do not necessarily want to switch to faux plants just yet, but I may just give in a grab a few.

  3. Lovely video! Since you seemed a little upset about not having real plants, I just wanted to mention that there are lots of plants that thrive in low light! My bedroom doesn't get any direct sunlight and I have plants growing successfully. Of course the popular plants like cacti and succulents need lots of light, but if you do a little research you can find plenty of plants that would do really well in a darker apartment. In fact there are tons of species of plants that can't survive in direct sunlight at all! 🙂

  4. desiree hernandez

    Thank you so much for all the ideas! I'm about to start decorating my new master bedroom and I've decided this is the perfect place to start my minimalistic look for my apt. Would love a small living room tour for inspiration. Thanks again!

  5. Will you do a diy on the wall hanging please. We love diy!!

  6. love it!

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