The world of fairy gardens are truly unique and magical. Every now and then, you can discover different structures where the most enchanting beings live. An example of a magical home is the hobbit house, which are frequently described as an underground structure or hobbit holes. They are often found near river banks, hillsides, and woodlands. You too can have whimsical hobbit houses for fairy gardens. After all, fairies and hobbits often reside in the same communities. Here are the top 10 whimsical hobbit houses for fairy gardens that are great additions to your miniature garden.
Did you know that hobbits often live a simple life? They are not one for fancy houses, which is why hobbit houses are often characterized by their simple yet charming designs. This hobbit house features harvested timbers with a uniquely designed front door that is shaped in a circle and has exquisite iron details. The house also features a pair of cute windows that you can peer into to see your hobbit and fairy friends.
Inspired by the “Lord of the Rings” mythology, this hobbit house features a ring and an inscription, as well as a sword and an embellished door. The roof is made of natural birch bark, while the base is made of pine bark, lichen, moss, hemp twine, mushrooms, and natural Idaho river rock. A truly whimsical home for your fairy and hobbit friends.
Hobbits are welcome in this fairy garden home! In fact, they’ll love to discover what it’s like to live in fairy homes. This fairy home features a blue bird looking over her nest. The house is made of a wooden base, with faux moss and grapevine. The door, window, and mushroom are crafted from polymer clay while the roof is made of real sticks and acorns.
Perfect for next year’s Spring, this adorable cottage is home to some hobbits. It features hand painted resin and a charming door that fairies and hobbits will be curious to open. The windows feature intricate detail, with some growing flowers and stone facade.
This delightful set lets you decorate your own hobbit house. It comes with the house that measures 8 inches long and 3.5 inches tall, a hobbit mailbox for their mail, two sections of fencing, and some pavers so you can create a path for your hobbit and fairy friends. Welcome them into your garden this Thanksgiving with this cozy little home that is lovingly handmade.
This rustic little hobbit house is such a treasure in the fairy garden! Tread carefully and discover its whimsical round-shaped blue door and all the lush vegetation growing amongst its facade. It also features a verandah and a nest with some bird eggs, awaiting their mother.
A perfectly colorful addition to any fairy garden, this hobbit house is made of wood, moss, tiny stepping stones, and faux floral. It comes with a round blue door with a tiny crystal door knob and a hole you can peek through. You can also add a tea light at night so that hobbits can find their way home. Its facade is flanked with hand painted flowering vines and a bird’s nest on the rooftop.
There is so much to discover in this whimsical little hobbit house called Bear’s Den. It features a fireplace and shelves, complete with baskets of fruit and berries, and some winter roots and herbs. It also features furniture like a table for two and a tea set ready for entertaining any hobbit or fairy guests.
This little hobbit house features a detailed thatched roof with a great stone exterior. It really looks like it was built by hobbits! The windows look like they were opened by the resident hobbit and the door is paired with stone steps.
If you see a light in the night, it may be from this enchanted hobbit house that is made of natural birch bark roof and has a tiny LED light inside! When the light is on, it means the hobbit is home!
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