Nestled in the woods of New York state, there sits the Hemmelig Room. It's 200 square meters of pure cozy, book-loving joy.
It was built by the U.S. firm Studio Padron, and is made from oak. It has a little furnace and bed to keep you warm on those winter nights.
I mean, look at this place. Made out of oak trees and surrounded by oak trees. This is the perfect retreat to unplug, unwind and read a good book.
It's totally Belle's dream, and to be quite honest, mine too.
The design inside of the tiny cabin is modern and sleek, with gaps between the bookshelves formed by oak logs. Also, that view. Let us bask in the glory of the peak into the woods.
For anyone obsessed with all things cozy/books/Narnia, I imagine you're turning into Tina Belcher when she sees butts. CAN'T LOOK AWAY.
I mean, look how cool it looks! It's so very magical! Studio Padron knows what they are doing.
It truly doesn't even look like a real place — it looks like a postcard from a wintry wonderland.
What a dream. Can they put this place on Airbnb already?!