Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Wee House is for sale!!

This is your chance to own a piece of Paris. My jaw dropped the first time I saw the WeeHouse. I love the kitchen and that gorgeous floating woodstove. So cool with so many possibilities. Here's more information on the house if anyone is interested in making Paris an offer before he puts it up on ebay.

This model was created for an exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum called 'Imagine Living big in a small House', part of an overall Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit that was shown for the better part of last year. It was built at Feyereisen Studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota (www.feyereisenstudios.com)

A unique model, as it's a one-of-a-kind signed by the artist Paris Renfroe. The original design is by Alchemy Architects in St. Paul, Mn. The model comes with it's own landscaped base with concrete/like finish, deck, outdoor bench, built in floating kitchen wall unit with built in lighting, floating woodstove, and LCD (non working) screen mounted to interior wall. Interior furnishings shown in photos are not included. The 'cable' on the railing has been damaged, but it's actually just silver elastic cord which Paris can send you for replacement. There are a total of 8 sliding bypassing doors allowing access from either side of the structure. The exterior is an authentic rust finish, and the interior is trimmed in Douglas Fir.
The dimensions are 32" wide, 28" deep, by 18" high. Weight of the whole structure including the base is around 35lbs.

Please contact Paris with any questions regarding this collectible piece. Item will ship from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Local pick up is available, please submit all reasonable offers to Paris Renfroe paris@parisrenfroedesign.com This house needs to go to a good home, and has been kept in storage for the past year or so. The item will be listed on Ebay soon if no offers come through.


  1. I would love to have this wee house, but no space and no money. :-(

  2. me too I would love to have it but I dont have space for a house :(

  3. happyone
    I want to know where do you fine the sliding doors there are so real looking.

    1. Paris made them. His craftsmanship is pretty amazing. He makes everything completely realistic.


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