|The blue siding is supposed to be a navy blue... which it will be by the end of summer, hopefully!|
Now, let me take you inside! As soon as you enter you see our console table/breakfast nook/dining table/storage area:
|We have the table set up as a console table during the day. The storage cubes function as extra seats & storage.|
Now it's dinner time...
|The curvy hickory and walnut butcher-block countertops continue the wave/nautical theme.|
|I wanted curtains instead of cabinets to help with the weight, and this way we have a bunch more usable space!|
|The sink cover helps extend the kitchen space, as well as provides a nice cutting board (and, ahem... can easily hide dirty dishes when guests arrive unexpectedly)|
|Open storage shelves, because I thought cabinets would make it feel too cramped.|
|Custom made arched top French doors (handles are high so that deck can fold up during transport)|
|Our living room/dining room windows (which will have bamboo shades by the end of summer)|
Now, the other side...
|Salvaged portholes going up the stairs.|
|And plenty of storage space under the stairs with secret compartments! :D|
|Here's our seating... comfy cushions will be made soon!|
|Right next to the seating is our tiny & adorable wood stove, which will be our primary heating.|
|The "Master Closet" (4'7" wide), will have a curtain.|
On to the head:
|I'm really loving our garden window in the bathroom and how much light it brings in!|
|The shelf above the toilet holds our single ply T.P., towels, and our essential bathroom reading materials. ;)|
|We had our friend, Anne (a pipe bending pro... no really) make this shower curtain rod for our tiny shower.|
|The Washer & Dryer combo magic.|
Having the "laundry room" inside the closets was a MUST HAVE! And it's just as amazing as I expected.
|There will be a curtain here in between the main living area and the closets, to be used as a dressing room when needed.|
|When you look up, you see the see-through cat-walk made out of very thick plexi-glass (up until this photo I still had the protective paper cover over it, to make sure it looked nice and shiny for pictures) ;)|
Now let's go up to the lofts!!! Going up the stairs...
|The "Master Loft"|
|That beautiful stained glass was a gift from our builder (Greg of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses). It is our tiny house, The Pequod, and a phoenix merged into one. Such a sweet, special piece of glass!|
|View from Master Loft looking towards the Kid's loft.|
|During the night, this is the kid's "sleeping loft"|
|During the day, their beds fold up into little couches, which gives them lots of room to play with their toys!|
|View from kid's loft across the catwalk into Master loft (with their beds laid out again).|
|Everyone has their own eyebrow window.|
|Looking down from Master Loft.|
|Getting ready to head on back downstairs. I am in love with this roofline!|
Here are some more photos of the outside:
|Notice my cute little munchkin photo-bombers. :)|
|The Pequod's backside.|
I hope you have enjoyed your visit! Look forward to a video tour walk-through!
July 10, 2015
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