Okay, I admit there were more favorites than I could fit into one blog so I decided to do another to include the rest of the best Tiny Texas Houses to come out of Manifestation Bay. These include the Temple Tantra, Beaumont House, Arched Brownie, Inner City Sanctuary, and the Victorian Wood Nymph.
Spring had been abundant for the flowers all about.
From the front porch view.
From the back porch looking to the front.
My den with stained glass from the 1800’s, a Rene MacIntosh I do believe.
The bed has been reversed to have the pillow on the right side.
Another great view of the path to Tantra.
Here you can see the Burled Pine 1×12 that spans the house.
The stained glass windows are my favorite thing to add to any house. Mine had to be excessive as I had more than I could fit, still, this is not all of them.
From the kitchen to the back porch bathroom.
One side of the house does have a variety of colors at night.
Spider web window is a great oval and I put birds nesting ledges on both side to invite the morning singing to my home.
Master and only bedroom with the 7’11” ceiling height for lots of space to work out too.
The Teeny Tiny Gingered Swan was recently created to show how small we could go.
Everyone who has visited recently already knows the Gingered Swan, an example of a Teeny Tiny Texas House at only 80 sf footprint on the first floor, plus the porches.
The kitchen counter also has a few hidden features.
The Gingered steps with storage inside.
The Arched Brownie was also a recent beauty that I can not leave out and again, only 11′ x 17′, so smaller than our bigger houses.
Say bye bye to the Arched Brownie.
The The Victorian Wood Nymph is a Bed and Breakfast destination in Canyon Lake, Texas at Hempstead B&B. So soft and sweet to sleep in.
Another shot of the front door with its colored glass, great antique hardware, and beautiful trim gives the house great charm.
Beautiful prismatic colors casting all about, the beveled glass within these windows transforms sun inside.
The fold down kitchen table works while up most of the time. Great place for breakfast, chats, and snacks or a game of cards.
Each of the porch spindles is a bit different for they were turned long before we had exact copy lathe machines.
I look back into the years when I built this charming house. My style has changed but still I love its shadows and the light. The space is great to live in or just t take a break.
This is truly one of the prettiest lofts entrances I have built.
A bit of the bath view with the mirror and the bath, it is a space worth visiting, and spending one sweet night.
The Ayaveda House is in Bee Caves, Texas
This is just a tiny little 11’x16′ house but it was full of personality.
A cabinet made for holding clothes, towels, medicinal herbs, oils, and the little refrigerator.
You can see a close up of the trim along the door.
Nice shot of the entrance and the loft, before the other coats of paint were put on the ceiling.
The Diamond House was fully packed for its size.
The Diamond House was a small 12′ x 18′ yet had a Murphy Bed, kitchen, bath, and loft space too.
Here is the Murphy Bed in the up position.
Here is the Murphy bed in the down position but without the mattress.
Diamond house shower wasn’t bad either with river rock floor and antique roofing shingles on the walls.
Diamond House has a stylish bathroom vanity.
The Ozona House is our only Arts and Crafts Bungalow but I would love to create another.
The Ozona Arts and Crafts Bungalow is a beauty but the only one we have done in this style so far.
Ozona has a delightful kitchen area for a guest to make coffee, or even cook up some eggs.
The loft was plenty big for two or more to sleep.
The downstairs bedroom was comfy too.
It is actually a big bath for a 12′ x 20′ house.
The Coker Chapel is one of the four that we have created and my favorite of the set.
The Coker Chapel is a beauty that could not be left out of this collection.
From the entrance looking down to the pulpit.
An inside view of the entrance.
I have to stop, but still have favorites. Guess I have created more favorites than I thought for each is a testament to a certain style, size, or prototype for an intent, such as sizing for shipping and testing new Space Magic. I hope you enjoy the selection and get some ideas for creating your own Tiny Houses made from as close as you can get to 95% Pure Salvage materials.
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