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It's very difficult to judge distances in most photographs. These are no exception. I would caution the owner to check his owner manual for the wood stove for the minimum clearances to combustibles--floor and walls. While the tiny house looks cozy and cute, if the stove is too close to unprotected walls or floor, it is a definite fire hazard. I've noticed this fault in several publications...putting beauty above safety.
 
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