Ever since I got back from Jay Shafer’s tiny house workshop, I’ve been crazy about starting a project to build my own version of his Lusby.
The only change is I’d turn the downstairs bedroom into a “deskroom” so that Andrea and I can work in there.
If that doesn’t work out I’ll build another house that’s even smaller to use as an office.
At the workshop Jay helps you design your own version of a small house design… In other words, a floor plan made specifically to meet your own needs. So it’s fun.
If you ever get a chance to attend one of his workshops I highly recommend it. You’ll learn a lot about design and after spending the weekend with him you’ll feel prepared to start because you will have gone over everything with someone who has built a lot of these little houses.
If you want to attend one of Jay’s Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshops, click here.
He might be holding a workshop within a few hours of a drive near you. You can also take a Greyhound bus or…
You can find a deal on airplane tickets. They usually pick fun locations, so check it out.
I had a great time. A big thank you to Steve, Brett, and Jay for the experience.
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