Monthly Archives: April 2014
The latest and greatest cube-stair design came about on-site (on plywood) today. I conclude designing for living spaces on a computer is easy but getting it right entails good ol’ experience with reality. Building 10-1/2″x10-1/2″x16″ boxes with scraps is helping … Continue reading
Aren’t these beautiful? As you might guess, they’re even more alluring when wet. And a tiny bathroom with a tiny floor makes these pricey tiles an affordable option when sold in individuals sheets. Yes, it is only 4″×12″, meant as … Continue reading
Fun! Cutting the legs off the old school teacher’s desk was satisfying progress on the alcove seating project, and making plywood boxes will hopefully help determine whether cube-stairs will indeed be a good idea.
NO GRINCHES ALLOWED! *This* guy is not welcome in Tinyville — where you retain all the fruits of all of your labor. No boss, no corporation, no supervisor, no payroll deductions … you keep every ounce of sweat equity put … Continue reading
A sorely needed reorganizing of the tools took place today. This bucketful plus a flurry of other rearrangements will help get things done. Half the work is just knowing where your whatchamacallit is!
“Fresh air!” (not “Times Square!”) is what you get with tiny house living.