Jurianne Matter BYGGE Tiny Houses

€15,95

BYGGE Tiny Houses is a village of 12 very different houses: old, urban, rural, cozy and old but also new and modern. Completing the village is a celebration in itself. BYGGE Tiny Houses is a design by Jurianne Matter.

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Delivery time: 1-3 working days

Product information

BYGGE is a village of 12 very different houses: old, urban, rural, cozy and old but also new and modern. They are real pre-fab houses: pre-punched, pre-prilled, and the windows have already broken out. Even the walls inside are already covered with wallpaper in a trendy botanical black and white print. The only thing that you as a house builder still have to do is to glue the walls and the roofs together at the indicated location.

BYGGE Tiny Houses is another typical Jurianne Matter design.

Reducing the village is a party in itself and then you can move. Will it be a cozy village square on the table or a straight street on your windowsill? Do you put a garland on it or do you give one gift at a housewarming party?

TIP! Make the coolest advents village ever: Buy 2 sets (= 24 houses) and number the houses with the house number stickers supplied! In each house you can then put a small gift or note for every Advent Day. Or combine the BYGGE with the HEIM Tiny houses.

If you want to light the houses, use only artificial lamps and never real tea lights because of fire hazard.

Heim, 12 cut and smoked houses, with 1 sticker sheet with house numbers 1 to 24.

Dimensions BYGGE Tiny Houses

A set BYGGE from designer Jurianne Matter has the size of an A4, so you can easily send it as a gift, it fits through the mailbox!

Dimension largest house: h11 cm, b5.5 cm, d4cm

Dimension of the smallest house: h5 cm, b5.5, d4,5

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