Details, details, the White Swan gets detailed out and it sure does make her look more refined.
Tiny Texas Houses have hundreds of man hours just in the details and that is one of the things that makes them expensive unless you are doing the work yourself.
From corner moldings, to trim below the windows, she has come a long way, but the rest may not happen until we decide on a final owner. Other things to move on to next.
A view of the loft from below makes it look pretty big.
Corner moldings for decoration and protection.
the stair in place with a great window.
Kitchen view with a glimpse of the bathroom door.
This can have a kitchen sink in front of the window and a fringe below in the right.
In front of the pantry the cabinet space is enough for a stove/oven combo or an induction plate on top when you need it or store it on the convection oven below when not in use.
View of the pantry doors open.
Yes, a Tiny Texas House closet for hanging and shelving clothes.
We have not laid out the interior yet because it has lots of space but hanging clothes can take alot of the top half.
Showing the doors closed.
A view of the closet as you are coming up the stairs.
Here is the shot with the door closed. Besides insuring that a child will not fall down, or yourself if you sleep walk, it gives you some extra space if you want it.
Here is the view from up above where the bed sits now.
View with the door down from the closet.
View with door up from the closet.