We made a big decision. After much research we have come to see that removing all the windows putting in metal siding and non leaky windows is the way for us to go. Feeling Very excited about this decision. I know that I want a home that feels cozy and dry so I'm making the big leap into RV or other windows for our conversion. Here goes! 26 windows to remove! #magicbuslife #tinyhouse #margaritthebus #skoolielife #schoolbusconversion #skoolie by magicbuslife
Just because your house is small doesn’t mean you can’t live large. Jenny Chang 01. Keep your window-to-wall ratio high. apartmenttherapy.com Large panes of glass really open up this 136 sq ft DIY Colorado Mountain Home.Bonus: Tucked under the built in desk are two stools that double as storage. 02. Install floor to ceiling bookshelves. …
How about putting the bathroom here?! Interesting idea to tuck the kitchen away in a separate room like this... - - To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia
Visiting the redwoods and wine country in California, but looking for somewhere to stay which is a little off the beaten path? Owl Tree Cabin is cloistered in the sheltering beauty of the redwoods near Mendocino, CA.
VIDEO Tiny House Tour. 240 sq ft house "ideal for 2 or 3" with ingenious bathroom. The large closet opens up and reveals the bathroom behind it. The extra space is put to good use as they have a full tub/shower unit. Their dual lofts offer privacy by being walled off, with stained glass windows looking onto the living space below. Projector and pull down movie screen allows for a 72" tv surface that easily disappears when not in use.