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Covered-Porch Added to her Tiny House in the Woods!

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This is Jenna’s new tiny house porch! She just moved her tiny home to a new location, in the woods, so it was just the right time to finally fulfill her dream of adding a covered porch to her tiny house build! And it looks so awesome, doesn’t it?😍

That’s one of the things about homeownership, you really never stop making improvements, right? Well, it’s the same with tiny home ownership, too, which is why Jenna, of Tiny House Giant Journey, added this beautiful new covered porch to her tiny house on wheels after securing a cozy new spot in the woods. It’s a nice and very worthwhile addition to her tiny house, isn’t it? What do you think?

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Jenna Added a Porch to her Tiny House on Wheels

Adding a deck to your tiny house build adds so much value to it in terms of how it feels every time you go in and out of it, and even when you approach it. It makes you feel good!

That’s why she added this awesome deck to her tiny house in the woods. And now it’s that much more enjoyable for anyone who gets to stay or visit.

Video – She Built a Tiny House with a Covered Porch in the Woods

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  • Sheila Plourde
    April 15, 2019, 2:03 pm

    Glad I watched the video. Real nice porch and was done correctly!! Salise stole my heart.

  • Alison
    April 15, 2019, 6:25 pm

    The deck is very nice. I like the transparent roofing panels. I love the dog. Thanks for the video!

  • Cindy
    April 20, 2019, 11:06 pm

    Love the porch!!! Whidbey is gorgeous!! I am originally from Washington and the forested areas on Whidbey are marvelous. I just moved in to my tiny house, which I did not personally help build, I just did the painting of the floors because I wanted something “different” and decided on “spatter paint” design and I really like it. I just used porch paint and then added multiple spatter colors. It is washable, was much cheaper than putting down flooring that I knew I would end up not liking because someone else would have it and the benefit other than cost . . . . when I get bored its a pretty cheap thing to change. I will eventually be building something else on my property, maybe a storage container home, but maybe this time I can get more hands on, this time around I just worked myself like crazy to be able to afford other people to do that work. The next expense on this one, a nice big deck off the back of the house to be able to watch the deer that wander around my property, I like the lights you used, where did you get them from and do you remember how much they were and how long a string?

  • Kurt
    October 8, 2020, 6:16 pm

    I understand the benefits of having trees over your home, but storms do come and with that, trees sometimes fall over. If I placed a home in a wooded area, my pessimist tendencies would cause me to think about having a steel skeleton erected over the house to prevent potential fallen tree damage and possible injury or death.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      October 9, 2020, 1:49 pm

      That’s not a bad idea! There are always some dangers it seems.

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