He used his own creative ways to customize this tiny house for his own needs.
Isn’t that what it’s all about? Creating a home that perfectly suits your needs.
That’s what I love about these little homes: you can use plans to help you with construction and design but ultimately you can tweak anything to your own desires.
That’s why I think it’s so important to take your time when you’re building or designing your own tiny house. Don’t rush through it and don’t be afraid to question your initial plans throughout the process.
So let’s take a look at how JT’s tiny house project turned out. Below is a wonderful shot of he and the house on the road with a landscape view.
When you go inside, I bet it smells like fresh wood. I’d love that. As you can see below JT used tongue and groove pine for the interior walls and ceiling.
There are enough windows to bring in plenty of light throughout the day and there’s a little storage loft directly above the entrance that you can either use for decorations, storage, or both. Let’s head to the kitchen.
The shelves built into the wall here save lots of space and help keep the kitchen organized. The sink is small but just large enough to comfortably wash pans and dishes in. As is normal in small kitchens, vertical space is used to store pots, pans, and cooking necessities.
Don’t miss the commercial style wire shelves where JT keeps his microwave, extra dishes, and kitchen containers. Plus the space and energy efficient Frigidaire refrigerator with freezer.
Another example of vertical storage in the bathroom with the built in shelving. And notice how small the sink is.
Finally the iconic tiny house sleeping loft. It looks comfortable, cozy, and just wonderful to rest in. The window, lighting, and natural wood scent and feel must be really enjoyable. Thank you so much for sharing JT.
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