Scott sent me some updated pictures recently so I will share them here with you. I have spent a few Sleepless nights here in Seattle as I wonder if I picked out the right layout, or purchased the correct toilet, sink and so forth. Most people who build a home or a tiny home look at appliance and fixtures in person and then purchase them for their tiny home. I have not been able to even do that. I have purchased all appliances for the tiny home online and I hope they all fit and work well in the limited space of a wee-home. I guess I just have to trust that it will all work out, at least I hope so.
I often sign my emails to Scott "Sleepless in Seattle", and he signs his " Scott - Anxious in Arkansas". That is because he is now backed up against winter and working hard to finish up the tiny home so that we can make a plan for it to be towed to its resting place, before winter weather makes the trip more difficult.
|The back side of the tiny house. Interior area measures 8'x18' |
Front side of the tiny house. The front porch includes a 6' x 8 ' deck
|Windows installed in back loft and rear cubby area|
|Inside the tiny home looking toward the back loft and cubby area.|
|Interior view showing part of the back loft.|
|The back cubby area. It can be used as an office, sleeping, sitting, eating or storage area.|
|My tiny bathtub. The other option was a 32" x 32" shower. The bathtub allows a bit more space.|
|The tiny tub measures 24" x 40". I t will be filled with tiny bubbles and be surrounded by a white lace curtain.|
|A little white vintage farm table and chairs will sit under this window.|
|Shingles were added to the top portion of the tiny home on both ends. This is just primer shown here, but I prefer this two tone look over the solid color it was painted. But that is an easy fix.|
|I kept going back and forth trying to decide if I wanted window grids. Grids represent the cottage look I love but being that the windows are so small I wasn't sure I wanted to interrupt the views. I can always add my own window grids later.|
|Shutters, window boxes & gingerbread trim as well as a vintage style front door will be added next Spring.|
More pictures of the interior are coming soon !!!!!!!!