Monthly Archives: June 2014

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Pine slat glue up for interior removable panels. Advertisements

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TINYPROspective Style

Design idea for interior window trim with ebony and natural stained maple mosaic. I don’t have enough pieces to border all four sides, and possibly only enough to do the two living room windows. What do you think?

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Sconce lighting test –> PASS! I love the cozy warm glow next to the windows, especially here in the kitchen, beneath the loft, bouncing off the pine. I also love a deal. I got these (mahogany, nickel and alabaster) for … Continue reading

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TONYPROgnosis

Tiny paper-and-cardboard mockup was not much help in designing an electrical system. What’s more, the basic assumption — wiring before walls — is erroneous! Who says walls must be permanent?! I have plans to install the pine so that it … Continue reading

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TINYPROcess #3

Learning ‘lectrical. Design attempt #1: SketchUp. Very difficult to draw tiny wires, etc. Design attempt #2: Physically hanging clipart of bulbs and outlets and … oh my. Design attempt #3: Small cardboard box mockup to be covered in paper and … Continue reading

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TINYPROprietary

“Why don’t you just get an RV?” Because this is an opportunity to fully customize a tiny interior accorrding to your lifestyle and priorities. I can never see myself making recliners and synthetic materials a priority. The kitchen and horizontal … Continue reading

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By my calculations, if I do not turn on my energy-hogging computer in a given month (they use more than you might think!), I could reduce my energy consumption without altering my lifestyle much to under 50 kwH per month. … Continue reading

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