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CB2 house: Modern in miniature

July 12, 2011 |  6:00 am

Neville collage

The new miniature Neville House from CB2 takes bestselling author Sarah Susanka's "Not So Big House" mantra to the extreme.

The CB2 house measures 10.25 inches wide and 9 inches deep, with a ceiling that soars a towering 8.75 inches. It was created by the CB2 design team and used as a prop in a scene from the company's holiday catalog, above left. Based on the response from shoppers and staff, CB2 added it to its line of accessories. 

The pine veneer house features an open floor plan, of course, and floor-to-ceiling views. It comes with a removable, bright yellow 1950s-era chimney and sandpaper flooring. And at $59.95, or about $94 a square foot, it's certainly less expensive than a Neutra or a Lautner.

-- Lisa Boone

Photo credit: CB2