If you did not know, you can see us in the Dallas Morning News site and in the newspaper as part of an article on Tiny Houses in Texas… with us being the example of salvage building and another developer of the new materials versions of Tiny Houses. This is a great step forward to see the bigger players step up to the plate and join me in servicing a growing number of people who do not want the giant houses to take care of any more.
It is ended with a denial of the trend taking hold much, but I think it will grow more than any imagine.
This is one of the houses pictured in the Tiny Texas Houses Calendar for 2016 too.
See the kitchen was pretty big and full service as well.
Our often loved storage ladder with plans on our store site.
A big change from the Bastrop Cabin version.
Contrast the view of the front with the different colored sashes.
This later became the Cowboy Cabin and moved to West Point, Texas.
There it had a much prettier setting and fit in perfectly. It also had a whole new look.”
The back porch was all screened in too. This is the only set of plans we have offered from the many creations we have brought to life.
Cowboy version which ran up into the hill to be more level to the porch.
This is done in a Cowboy and Indian magazine motif.
Right to the head of things, a Cowboys house for sure.
Great look with the different colors on the sashes, and a classic style.
I love this floating house look for it appears nearly levitated save the four hydraulic jacks.
Suspended on four jacks while the trailer has pulled away.
A nice view from the kids loft.