Up the crazy ladder to the dreams on high, with the fan to cool you and the window for light.
My Little Green Vicky at home with her family of Tiny Texas Houses.
Here are her siblings. The Diamond House was the next biggest.
The full Family shot with all three watching the pasture and the cows, savoring the country life, and never being lonely.
Here is a giant collection of shots of My Little Green Vicky.
She is a 12′ x 12′ with loft, kitchenette, bathroom with shower, front porch, and a ton of charm.
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It is actually big enough for a single person or close couple to live in comfortably, though the older people will gripe about and upstairs bedroom most likely.
Here is a close up of the storage ladder which I would like to know if there is interest in the plans as we might sell some of the different styles of these that I have created.
I love the Victorian front doors with the carnival glass around the center, either clear or stenciled.
Here she is sitting on the trailer just waiting to get on down the road.
Back side view with a friend.
They went to different places.
My favorite shower walls are durable and last for a lifetime, already 100 years old, these antique interlocking, overlapping roof shingles have stood the test of time and show the hail dents to prove it. If you would like to purchase these, they run about $3 each and cover nearly 3/4 of a square foot each. They are easy to install and can be removed to work on plumbing then be reinstalled, unlike tile.
Just enough kitchette for the little fridge, the induction plate space on the counter if you choose to have on, and a sink to wash the minimalist dishes that would go on shelves, if it were me.
Oh yes, the sliding door to the bathroom which is super cool and the mirror on the back adds to the feel of more space and fun on the inside.
A Tiny table for Two folds up and down to eat at or set the laptop on for a bit of work, or going online to read these blogs.
River Rock shower floor makes it fun to collect the rock with family, then make a cool pattern on the floor.
A bathroom sink with a new fangled faucet. This is the only way to meet code with an old sink as they now require a single spout so you don’t burn yourself if you are too stupid to feel the hot and the cold are different.
A mirror on the inside of the bathroom adding light from the window and a place to primp if needed.
Down stairs tilt out windows because they were so big and we wanted the colored glass tops.
This loft will hold a dream or two. Its actually made for a double bed and a sleeping bag visitor on the end over the kitchenette.
Tilt out window in case you want air and forget to close it for a rain, the water that hits it just runs back out.
Sleeping Bag space for a guest you don’t want to stay long or a kid who wants to feel cozy.
One of my storage ladders with the breakfast table up. Lots of space for a tiny house.
What a lift to get to the homestead, literally, and she had a brother and a big parent go there with her too.
There she sits in her new place, scared to open up her eyelid and look out, but she did, and it was one incredible view.