Nova Scotia Narrowest House
You are seeing the Nova Scotia narrowest house, which is on Argyle Street in Halifax. (I don’t know how old these buildings are, but the street itself is over 200 years old). The tiny blue house with one window on it is a touristic attraction on this historic street of Nova Scotia’s largest city, in Atlantic Canada. It used to be home to “Seahorse Tavern” at the time we were living there. Later, the owner lost his lease and now it’s hosting the “Sniggily Wiggily’s – Beer N’ Boosze Concreatery”. I know that this is a weird name for a place to drink and eat, but sometimes Canadians get creative 🙂 And to see even more of their creativity, next door at the yellow Cafe Bar, a young lady made of plaster is looking out the window…
I actually photographed these buildings from two slightly different angles, and this is the second one:
As I got the microbe of digital painting, I also applied a painting feature to them for a more artistic / creative look. Well, I’m a Canadian – by adoption 🙂
I’ve seen many narrow houses in old Europe, but not too many in North America… Actually this was the first and only one 🙂 It is not only narrow, but I like its blue color contrasting with the red and yellow buildings that frame it. I have to say it again that Canadians really like colors 🙂
Nova Scotia Narrowest House Prints and Gift Ideas
If you have ever visited Halifax and want a souvenir, they are both available as art prints for home decor and gift ideas. You can see them in Fine Art America Atlantic Canada gallery. They offer very high quality prints at very affordable prices. Click on the pictures to chose from all the options.
But you can cover an entire wall with this image as a wall mural, easy to stick and peel with no residues. Just click on it to see it in my Society6 gallery.
Many more home decor and gift ideas are available too, like for instance a floor pillow or a throw blanket to name just a few:
Oh, you can also have coasters for the drinking glasses with this narrow building on them 🙂
Click on them to see more!