Bag End, 'The Hobbit' (By Kelsea Stahler)
Not all houses have to look like houses. Some people, like hobbitses, live in holes in the ground (not a nasty, dirty, wet hole filled with worms) and they’re perfectly cozy there. Now, it’s a pretty large undertaking to build an entire rolling hill in which to create a hobbit hole, so we’ve opted for a mere section of the hill in which the humble entrance to Bilbo Baggins’ beloved Bag End is located, complete with oatmeal grass and a round, green door made of M&Ms. Cozy isn’t it?