If you saw Lena Dunham's indie flick, Tiny Furniture, it's unlikely you'd forget the gleaming white loft that served as the backdrop. Shot in Lena's parents' apartment, the now-famous 3,600-square-foot loft is up for grabs! Occupying what was once a textile warehouse, the $6.25 million listing boasts plenty of cool-artist panache. Still, it's the fascinating bits of Tiny Furniture trivia that really pique our interest!
Keep reading for more pictures and five Tiny Furniture facts you didn't know!
Fact: Lena's sister, Grace, and her mom, artist Laurie Simmons, both star with Lena in the film.
Fact: Lena wrote Tiny Furniture in four days in October, shot it in November, and submitted it to the South by Southwest Film Festival in January.
Fact: Lena's painter father, Carroll Dunham, didn't want to be in the film, but his absence helped hone the film's female-centric focus.
Fact: Just like her character, Lena's sister did actually win the biggest high school award for poetry in the United States.
Fact: The film won the best narrative feature prize at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.