Monthly Archives: May 2014

TINYPRObing problem

Why do random people feel free to peer into tiny homes and not regular ones?

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TINYPROblem

Uh oh. Here comes the rain! I got one skylight hinged, caulked and weatherstripped but I neglected to realize an interior compression closure is needed to make iy westher tight. A bucket of nails will have to do for now. … Continue reading

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TINYPRO

I hate “shotgun shacks”. I hate the shove-everything-against-the-walls layout. And/so I want to emphasize verticality. Toward that aesthetic, I am determined to install the T&G interior pine upright — in the position in which they grew. I am also tempted … Continue reading

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TINYPROcess

Fortunately, I like to peel things. Fortunately, no one primed before painting this door. Fortunately, this is solid pine that sat outside a year. … because I like faded old wood!

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TINYPROcurement

Free lampshade! It might need new fabric but it’s on a heavy duty steel frame that’ll last forever. Can you say … chandelier? (I knew you could!)

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TINYPROpensity

The Scrap Queen loves rejects and jettisoned materials. Here we have marble thresholds. Black is not “my color” but free is my aesthetic!

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TINYPROficiency

Making good use of space! The cube-stairs will start right at the edge of the front door while still leaving a decent amount of space to walk in and out. Also, the first three cubes will do double duty as … Continue reading

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