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7 thoughts on “Inside Andrew’s Tiny House”
Wow! Absolutely magnificent! It is like a posh captain’s quarters on an historic sailing vessel. So beautiful!
Would very much like to contact Andrew regarding a commissioned wagon project. anyone know how to get in touch with him?
I’m dying to get in contact as well to ascertain whether he does commissioned work, what the cost would be and–if not–whether he’d be willing to sell his plans. the only place i’ve tracked him down is air B’nB. If you make an account and book a night in the wagon, then presumably you’d also be able to contact him. I might well do so since I can’t find him anywhere else on the net.
I wanted to know where in the world did you get the very cute wood stove! I am sure you have lots of folks asking the same question. thanks
I was wondering the same thing! I live in a trailer (still working on the hubby to turn our old rv into a tiny home), and am looking at wood burning options for my small space.
i like your house do not be like you do not wontto win yes i wont you to win but your house cute for me to look at i wont you to go and tell the world that there is a blessing to the jlp i need you number
Finally, a tiny wood stove! I am building my own tiny house, at the moment, and plan to use a tiny pot belly stove, not gas. Seems that it would be small enough, you would never have to buy wood if you get free scrap wood or pallets. Nothing cozier than a wood fire. I’m also still waiting to see someone use old metal kitchen cabinets to save on weight and some fold up attic stairs for the loft! This is gorgeous, people are so creative!
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