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Woman Spends 35 Years Covering The Inside Of Her House With Rocks Using A Glue Gun

Lauri Svedberg is an artist who lives alone with her dog.

She is a woman who loves all things creative and has a real passion for nature and the outdoors. You can see this from how she expresses herself through art.

The biggest canvas or project she has ever worked on is actually her very own house, and what a masterpiece it is! Wait till you see this. She transformed her spacious, rustic home in Minneapolis, Minnesota into a reproduction of her one-of-a-kind personality.

In 35 years she has worked tirelessly to transform an ordinary house into something special and incredibly detailed! And to think she did most of it with the common glue gun. Remind me to buy one of those next time I visit a craft store.

 

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Her home was originally built way back in 1912.

It is gorgeous, rustic, and woodsy. Only the beautiful white dog painted on the front of the home hints to the incredible wonderland of creativity found inside.

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Lauri has always been very artsy and she wanted to create a beautiful tranquil home that reflected her personality and I think she has done exactly that.

It didn’t happen overnight though, the entire project has taken her years.

 

Neighbors have dubbed it “The Wolf House” and “The Hobbit House.”

We think it is magical and that is why we would love to share it with you today.

 

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This is what her backyard looks like, lush gardens and old stones salvaged from old Minneapolis streets.

PIC FROM MICHAEL GACEK / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The living room inside the mosaic house.) The Kitchen inside the mosaic house.) A local artist spent three decades years completing the decor in her quirky house which has gone on sale for 49,000 (97,500). Lauri Svedberg used the interior of her home as a giant canvas and transformed it into a mosaic using nature and a glue gun. When Lauri, from Minneapolis in Minnesota, USA, had completed the masterpiece no stone was left unturned. Minerals, rock and glass were pieced together to cover the entire walls and floor inside the unusual abode. SEE CATERS COPY

Inside the home, Lauri has used every wall as an interesting and beautiful canvas.

What I find perhaps most beautiful and intricate is the wonder mosaics through the house.

PIC FROM MICHAEL GACEK / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Kitchen inside the mosaic house.) A local artist spent three decades years completing the decor in her quirky house which has gone on sale for 49,000 (97,500). Lauri Svedberg used the interior of her home as a giant canvas and transformed it into a mosaic using nature and a glue gun. When Lauri, from Minneapolis in Minnesota, USA, had completed the masterpiece no stone was left unturned. Minerals, rock and glass were pieced together to cover the entire walls and floor inside the unusual abode. SEE CATERS COPY

To see more of her  home watch the video below, hope you enjoy! Has this inspired any home transformations of your own? We would love to hear from you.

Watch the video here:

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Source:http://www.auntyacid.com/

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