Here are some great shots of the manifestation of this tiny little house that ended up being named El Pequeno Lido
This was an 11’x 18′ Tiny Texas House done in the Texas Ranch House style that is our most popular.
On site and dressed to kill. This was an incredible house with so many features that were never fully valued or appreciated.
reeves home in place before all of the rock was laid, the landscaping done, and the beauty fully manifested.
This was a pain as the ground was all soft from a surprise storm that included a tornado crossing our path on the way.
Here she is as she leaves with the truck, 8 months of hard work, delayed for lack of funds as it was a payback for a deposit when they backed out of the deal for 5 houses.
Great shot of the front as she is folded up for shipping.
The gable ends were shingled and I believe I did this one myself to show the guys how to do it.
Here she is packaged up to leave with the roof holds on and boards over the beautiful glass.
Another view of all we have to do to ship, many details, windows covered, porch roofs supported, tie downs on metal and more.
The hardware through out this house is super cool.
Carlos and I stand proud of a great design for book cases and storage.
This is phenomenal kitchen cabinetry with full burled Long Leaf Pine fronts.
Incredible book cases with window seat and lower closed in storage.
The windows added lots of light for such a tiny house.
Upper bedroom with custom built twin beds that were sized for custom mattresses.
Kitchen view with the ladder up the back side to conserve space. This also shows the plumbing tree that goes up after delivery.
Closer view with a peek into the bathroom where the extra small clawfoot tub went.
Side view looking into bathroom with great glass window, lots of space for storing stuff for the girls.
A giant pocket door for a wall. This was the first time I used a single door for a wall. I liked it alot.
This is called a Dublin Rose an original by a stained glass artist from late 1800’s, and worth over a grand by itself.
A view from the loft to the bookcase wall.
One of the great pieces of stained glass that were in this tiny treat.
Here was the front door before we put it into a jamb, added a victorian framework with bullseyes, plinth blocks, and oiled it. Worth nearly $2,000 by itself when finished.
Night time shot before she left our possession.