The house is coming together nicely. We are settling in, but there are still small odds and ends to tie up. It is a work in progress, just like any move is.
This house took a lot of time and energy to build (just over a year). Even though these houses are small, you still must complete the same construction steps needed to build a larger house, from the foundation to the roof to the utilities and interior. I worked hard and often had help. It never would have been completed without my father’s hard work and guidance. I appreciate him more than he knows.
Also I have to thank mom. All the curtains were sewn by my mother and are custom for the house except the ones over the sliding glass door. The couch cover and couch pillows were designed and made by mom also. Materials were picked by mom and Trish. Thanks mom for making my house look good!
Thanks to Trish also for all your hard work and interior design guidance. You are the best!
Here are more pictures of the interior now that it is basically completed and utilized as a home.
Boy and dog sleeping.
Dog pile on a rainy day.
More dog pile.
Closet needs finishing, as there will be a lower clothes rod also, but it is almost there.
The boy drew pictures for us, on the chalkboard paint, a fun feature in our tiny house.
Standing by sliding glass door, our main entrance, looking toward bathroom pocket door.
New medicine cabinet.
Shower and towels hung to dry.
View from kitchen sink towards entrance.
Couch and entrance.
Sliding glass door, covered by curtain, with storage loft above.
Kitchen area. Stairs lead to loft bedroom above.
View from my green chair.
Relaxation corner, great for reading a book.
Master bedroom. 🙂
Storage loft which also houses the batteries and inverter for my electrical system which is solar powered.
Entrance, sliding glass door, behind curtains.