It’s an incredibly well designed and USA made stove with some very cool features, if you want to read more, check out Unforgettable Fire’s website and the tiny-house-specific Kimberly website here.” – Ella at Little Yellow Door
Ella is making the finishing touches on her tiny house. An important final step was to carefully cut into her little yellow door for the mortise lockset. She’s also looking for a place to park her home near San Francisco.
“My cats live with me in and out of Little Yellow now, and they are the most delightfully entertaining, boot chewing and lap warming combination. They are all curled up innocent-like on my knees right now, purring their little hearts out.
I spent the last 2 weeks scouting somewhere to put my house up by San Francisco. I haven’t got anything definite yet, but I have a few thoughts for the short term, and I plan to move by this time next month. It’s terribly exciting. It’s also terribly terrifying, but that’s the path I chose, and if my life didn’t have a reasonable balance of the two, I doubt I’d be very happy “
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Ella gives us a tour of her tiny home’s tiny bathroom. Love the shower/tub and dual use faucet.
“I’ve barely mentioned anything about my bathroom thus far, so now that it’s almost completely finished I had best get on it. It is located behind the kitchen, adjacent to the pink room and underneath my loft floor. I suppose it’s one of the only things in Little Yellow that’s in the same place as the original Fencl floorplan. It’s a little wider though, and a little shorter I think.”
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