This weekend we did a lot of finish work in the tiny house. I'll let the photos tell the story.
It is surprisingly difficult to get a photo of the entire tiny space.
Let me take you on a tour.
On either side of the door are our closets, now complete with curtains rather than doors.
Then you come to the seating area. The director's chairs are temporary - we have a tiny futon on its way. That cubby will have small shelves for small item storage.
Here is another view of the living room area.
Then we come to the kitchen. This weekend, we installed the kitchen shelves.
Here is another view of our kitchen shelves.
Our glasses are a collection of pint glasses from local breweries in Atlanta and Asheville.
We were finally able to put out our dishes. We got these as a gift for the tiny house a couple of years ago. Having them in the house is so cool.
This is our "sink". Soon it will be accompanied by a Burkey water filtration system.
Next on our tour is the bathroom which is the only room that isn't finished yet.
Though we did finish the wall siding. It is cedar rather than the pine that we used in the rest of the house. We will build little built in shelves to act as our medicine cabinets.
Then we come to the dining room. The table from Ikea folds down so we can have more room if we need it. We also changed out the light fixtures. We replaced the ones we had with the Ikea Pult. This is for a strange but practical reason - we are going to build Piglet some shelves so she can get up to the loft and the other lights would have been in her way. Stay tuned for progress on this particular project.
Speaking of the loft...its up there.
And that brings us back to the front of the house and the loft storage there.
It felt great to stay in the very nearly finished house this weekend. We'll be back next weekend for the Tumbleweed Tiny House workshop. We'll be there on Sunday afternoon to share our story with the folks there. We were able to do a workshop several years ago and it was one of the things that motivated us to get started with our own project. I can't wait to meet Pepper and the rest of the Tiny House team.