Skylights in Lofts Open-up Possibilities

There are many tiny homes without skylights in the lofts. It might be a disadvantage for those that like to sleep in late, but for the rest it’s a welcome addition. It opens the space up, gives a nice view outside, and sounds great in a light rain. If you get a skylight model that opens with a little hand crank, it can also let a nice breeze flow through on those steamy nights. (Did I just say that?)

See more of the tiny house pictured here. Photo credit to PAD.

 

The Sweet Pea’s Kitchen

Sweet Pea was designed around our friend Gina’s desires to live comfortably and spaciously, and to someday get hitched and start a family. The french doors open at the side, which stretches the space and avoids splitting it down the middle, and the skylights, windows and bump-out nook invite the outdoors inside, adding to the feeling of spaciousness. ” – PAD

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Tiny House Plumbing Workshop Recap

On Monday, September 16th, 2013 Shelter Wise, Portland Alternative Dwellings, and Bruner Plumbing teamed up to teach Tiny House Construction Essentials: Plumbing Systems. This micro workshop was hosted by Shelter Wise and used the Salsa Box, which was constructed for the La Casa Pequena workshop at La Casa Verde green living festival in McMinneville in April.” – Little Life

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