Hobbits are known for being small folk, but even the most vertically-challenged Hobbit would have trouble fitting inside Maddie Chambers' meticulous reproduction of Bag End. Grand Lord of the Rings art really does come in very small packages.

Chambers says that she first read The Hobbit at age ten, and has read the Lord of the Rings series more than 20 times. Captivated by the descriptions of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins' home, Chambers was inspired to create a Bag End of her very own. Her version combines handcrafted Hobbit architecture with dollhouse furnishings to create a home that is cozy, but — alas — far too small to live inside.

My Handmade Hobbit Hole [Madshobbithole's Blog via Metafilter]

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits

The perfect home for the world's tiniest hobbits