The Tiny Texas Bath House
This is a 14′ x 16′ structure made from a floor from a house brought to us whole. Then we put a wrap around three sides porch that will have screens and windows for the bad weather times of mid summer and mid winter, otherwise we will have screens in the upper portion of the sink porches.
I think we did a seminar on this bath house nearly three years or more ago,
My how time flies.
This will be for the campers and seminar attendees who do not stay in the houses or the dorms when they are done. We will have much more to offer as we grow.
Hope you get to come and stay for a short while so you to can take this knowledge home and share it with your friends so they too can build homes for free.
The bathhouse from a distance as it takes its shape and form.
It looks so big and beefy with the windows up so high.
The lines are so much different than any we have done.
This is the women’s side of the bath house.
Here is a front view through the trees that will soon provide leaves and shade for those who wait outside for their children and friends.
The men’s side of the bath house and the water heater that will soon be enclosed.
The Granite shower now all grouted and shingled.
The Mosaic Tile shower all ready to go too.
The porches where the sinks will be lined up.
From the men’s side looking down the porch that will have a wall separating the two areas soon.
A third shower floor all prepped for tile or river rock I think on this one.
Wildflowers all around to bring smiles to our faces while we work.
The path to our bath house has many things to offer.
Granite shower bottom was also laid as part of the Shower seminar, then the grouting class was based on this one too.
We used some of the tons of broken tile to do this bathroom floor for fun.
A close up of the tiles and the center that it was built around.
A close up of the wall shingles that lived for a hundred years as roofing shingles, as they were being prepped.