I decided to do a little Holiday package of my favorite photos of the Tiny Texas Houses that I love most.
It was an 8 year path to create such a collection with the best houses sitting hundreds of miles away from where they were born in some of the best locations in Texas. I will assemble a sampling without getting anywhere near all of the 80 or so houses we have created thus fare for a gift for the eyes, mind, and imagination. Hopefully you will also be able to dream, act on, and manifest your own Tiny Houses in 2015. This is my way to help you visualize the possibilities and grow a new life out of the seeds of your deepest wishes and the freedom that lies at the end of this path.
Great front porch for the whole extended family
LED lighting added great colors as well.
A view up the hall with the kids table folded up.
The back door looking to the porch.
Just plain wow on the bath. That is Teak from India on the top
The Monty Grand Victorian is certainly one of my favorites. It ended up in New Braunfels along the Guadalupe River.
The Cowboy Cabin is a great example of how much living space you can get into a 12′ x 28″ space.
Cowboy was also set up with a full kitchen and a bar, fold up table, storage ladder, and tons of storage in the kitchen.
Cowboy Cabin has two lofts any my first wall mounted stairwell.
Check it out on the site where it is for sale.
The house above is the only house we ever had come back to visit and go through a facelift and change of name. It started as the Bastrop Ranch House and later became the Cowboy Cabin which now sits out in the West Point, Texas area on an incredible piece of land.
This was a small porch designed to be added onto later if they wanted.
A view to the back where there was a day bed until we changed it out for the Cowboy Cabin to have storage and a seating area.
In the winter they would only keep the $50 110 volt oil radiator heater at medium and turn it off when they cooked dinner so it would not get to hot in the house. No need for AC in the summer.
The Vesper Casa was absolutely one of the fanciest of my houses with a mere 12′ x 28′ of size, it incorporated more special features than any other house we built. Check out the balcony for example.
Beautiful porches on two sides with a third in the back. Miss Lilly sits in the distance.
Upstairs get ready space with a bit of humor in it.
Giant shower using the 1890’s roofing shingles with Teak around the stained glass.
Rear view of Vesper Casa where the back entry and Mud porch is.
Another beautiful example set of color and style is the Zebu Sisters who both went all the way out to West Texas.
The Arched Zebu sitting in the sun with lightning rods to look upon.
Vicki Zebu from the entry
Sweet face of the Arched Zebu
Vicky z from up above
Vicky in the Fisheye lens
Every window is a beauty of its own.
Vicki Zebu from the entry
The Zebu Sister sit out in West Texas watching the sun go down.
The kitchen in Vicky Zebu has no clutter to be found, but there is enough wide spaces that i’m sure I would leave more.
VZ book shelve stairs
Vicky rear view
Zebu sisters on the plains
The Country girls are dressed up fine and waiting for the cowboy time.
Not far away in Wimberly area sit two more of my favorites as a set, Big Brother and Little Sister are watching Longhorns and savoring the ranch life.
big brother side porch
This is the entry to the house I called Big Brother.
Big Brother Kitchen
Big Brother Bath entrance
big brother upstairs kids room
big brother of a different, but Not Amused
big brother Texas Hammock in the shade.
big brother bath sink and shelves
big brother showering for the lights
big brother cute kitchen
big brother beautiful furnishing
big brother kitchen ready
Just a little privacy to keep out the critters. What kind of critters would you mean?
there is a double bed above so that up to 4 people can sleep here comfortably.
Cuteness in a bathroom with hidden compartments and plenty of room
This is a trundle bunk which means a second bed slides out from under the one you see.
From the kitchen to the bath is a short walk yes indeed.
In looking for some more I found too many to fit in here so I will just add a couple and look for another time to post some more. This is the 12′ 30′ Ellinger House which was lifted over 30′ in the air to get over the tops of the trees.
Lots of light and comfort and a reason to lay down comes easy. Nap time.
Another view of the kitchen with the windows to the trees.
The path up to the other bedroom, with a privacy railing for the romantic but not exhibitionistic.
So we have to pull it down out of the sky because I think it liked to fly.
This 12′ x 30′ house was lifted up to the highest heights of any house we have ever delivered so far.
Now not so big, in fact down right tight.
Bar style kitchen has worked well though it does not have a stove and oven, they did not want the guests to stay that long.
This Bathroom layout is huge and allows for a washer/dryer box later if you want one too.
Fluffy clouds around the tub from the prettiest shower curtain yet in a Tiny Texas House bathroom
With the Sweet Miss Lilly which was 12′ x 32′ we close out the set for this photoblog and hope that it gives you the dreams and images you need to materialize your own Tiny House in @015.
Now that is a nice kitchen. Keeping in mind that this is only supposed to be a guesthouse, it sure is a nice place to want to stay longer too.
The breakfast nook is just below the stained glass. that goes through into the bath.
Here is a great shot of the end of the house that shows the loft, kitchen, bath, and breakfast nook which take up less than a third of the house.
She was set upon a slab in this case. Her steel piers hold her high enough to work beneath if one ever has to.
A shot of Miss Lilly’s bath vanity and storage shelves.
Wow, that was a lot of photos for one dose of Tiny Texas Houses.
Please let us know if you are interested in having a custom home built for you as we are still accepting two orders for 2015 to leave the Salvage, Texas location with hopes of building a few for here as well. Thank you for your interest and for sharing this blog so that others can see what is possible with 95% Pure Salvage for the construction materials that we use to create an organic and toxin free house that will last for a century or more if you take care of it.