Ever wonder what to do about a Christmas tree when you’re living in a tiny house? There’s definitely more than one solution to this problem, but here’s what one tiny house family decided to do about it…
We wanted to reach out and share our solution for a tiny house Christmas tree right outside the window of our 204 sf tiny house on wheels. ☺️
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How They Solved the Christmas Tree Problem in Their Tiny House
It’s a rendition of the iconic Shedsistence tiny house design which features an indented entry door plus full-size storage shed accessible from the outside of the home.
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Updated January 9, 2019
Bantam Built Homes Builds a Shedsistence Tiny House: The Silver Bullet!
It’s built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses for a young military couple in Montana. They wanted a tiny house on wheels so that they could take it with them anywhere they get stationed. Pretty cool, right?
I know we’ve shown you the SHEDsistence Tiny House plenty of times before, but builder and owner, Robert, just sent us this amazing time lapse of the entire build from trailer to finishings!
It’s about 8 minutes long and if you’ve ever wondered what it really looks like to DIY your entire tiny house, then it’s totally worth watching. Plus, it’s pretty mesmerizing since you aren’t doing any of the work!
To see more pictures of the finished home, check out our post here. Want to build it? The couple wrote a book, “Built With Our Hands,” about their whole tiny house journey, and it’s packed full of construction details.
The $15 PDF includes 145 pages following this couple’s DIY tiny house journey. You’ll get highly-detailed chapters on their preparation, design and construction of SHED. You’ll also get copies of the floor plans, elevations and see more interior and exterior finished photos.
They include a tools list and explanations of everything they did from floor framing, to building wrap, to electrical and plumbing work. Basically, if you are looking for a technical, but engaging explanation of what it’s really like to design and build a tiny house from concept to completion, then you’ll love your copy of this book.
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