Ready for a light-hearted tour of a great tiny house? JP from Minimaliste has such a fun way of introducing us to the company’s latest builds, and this tour is no exception (there’s even a surprise visitor!).
Built for a specific customer, the Peuplier features a split loft with space for parents and a baby, as well a very safe and storage-loaded staircase that takes you up there. The u-shaped seating area doubles as a second bed area, and there’s a kitchen with stainless steel countertops and even a stainless steel shower stall in the bathroom!
Yoga Teacher Building his own Tiny Home – A guest post by John Cole
I love your website! It’s helped me dive deeper into the tiny house community and expand my knowledge so much to help with my own build. Here’s a little about me and my story:
I’m 24 years old and teach yoga at the Mt. Washington Resort in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. My apartment lease ran out at the end of August so I’ve been camping in the beautiful fall foliage while I work four days out of the week and the other three days I drive 2 hours down to Dover where I’m building the house.
I first heard of tiny houses about a year and a half ago. I really fell in love with them when I was in the middle of a cleanse and at a loss of what to do with myself, so I started researching them; the seed had been planted. From there my passion grew more and more gathering all the info I could about plans, layouts, building practices, etc… I started teaching myself how to use sketch up and design everything. I would scour craigslist every day looking for a suitable trailer until one-day last summer I finally found the one. Its about 7.5′ x 20′. I got it for $400 from a guy in Maine. My friend Seth helped tow it to my parent’s house where I proceeded to spend the summer greasing the bearings, rewiring brakes/lights, and the labor-intensive process of grinding all the rust off. I covered the trailer in POR and Seth welded reinforcements all over.
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