My Tiny Lake Retreat
The soul of this house is in the details…Here’s a couple of them.
Handmand copper sconces. Kevin made these 3 years ago and didn’t have a place to put them, until they turned out to be the perfect fit for my house! 15 more words
2 weeks, 1 day
After the prototype, we’re trying out a mock up of the Swivel Spiral Staircase (trademarked ;) to check for fit. Here they are in the shop… 33 more words
The floors started with a brutal awakening: the back of bamboo flooring is NOT finished and will give you gigantic splinters if you don’t wear gloves… 88 more words
We got setup for the loft floors which are also the kitchen and living room ceilings. We got lucky and it was super sunny that day (extremely rare in February Pacific Northwest!). 139 more words
My favorite store since I started building a Tiny House: The ReBuilding Center in Portland, OR.
I found the PERFECT bathroom door (a skinny 28 inches) from Douglas Fir (like the window trim and ridge beam) that was like new. 24 more words
Most Tiny Houses use a ladder to go up in the lofts. It’s both efficient and easy to use…unless you have dogs. My tiny pups are not so keen on that concept. 206 more words
Green Anchors (where I’m building the tiny house) is an old shipyard located on the Willamette river. The craftsman window trim we all made from a Douglas Fir that was fished out of the river, dried and milled into boards. 8 more words