Mark SmallNot sure about drinking "hot sea". I'll have to find a recipe for that one....lol25 · 2 days ago
Cynthia Zadrozny-Pe BenitoI like the stairs, it gives older and less adventurous folks a chance to live in it all year round and without climbing up a latter into a loft and banging their head!3 · 2 days ago
Karen KimbellThis is one of the best designed/planned/executed tiny homes I have seen. Other than (if my old eyes didn't deceive me) I didn't see a washer/dryer combo and I'd want those door to open out instead of in (mere quibbles). <3 this.1 · 2 days ago
Ericka CooperI have a feeling they haven't spent a winter in it yet because you can see light coming in under the door by the bed.2 days ago
The Borough by Tiny House Chattanooga. We get a quick tour before it heads off to its lucky new owner. I had a chance to meet Mike not too long ago and tour his tiny house building facility. Great guy. Thanks for the tour!
Sonya ChappelearThis would work because I could sleep in the loft and use the other room as an office, studio, and living room. I really don't like butcher block counters, too susceptible to mold & burns.3 days ago
Samatha Leebeing handi capped means renting ta own any thing n being in the shape i am the bed needs ground floor n hidden a walk in tub reg toilet a tall 1 kit /dinein/ living room all in one wall n floor storge compartments......3 days ago
Debbi ThomasIf those were solar tubs instead of can lights, this would be about perfect. I don't know that they are not. Very nice little home. Oh and change the door to red instead of green. ;) <3
Elaine AndersonHow does one know if there is e-coli in the compost? Not sure that I would use it for food plants. Flowers maybe... but wondering how you could be sure of exactly what is in it..And ideas?1 · 3 days ago
Cody Davidson GrayWe're putting in the "expensive" composting toilet.
I'm pretty sure it's not too much better than the wooden box, I'm just hoping the inspectors will count it as a viable form of waste treatment...2 days ago
Patrick KhanThe seat would make a great living room picture frame for...hmmm let me see...Donald Trump?2 · 3 days ago
Good sleep is kind of a big deal. In a tiny house getting a good mattress way up in the loft can sometimes be a challenge. I've heard this setup quite a few times in the tiny house community so I thought I'd share it on Tiny House Gear and here with you. It comes compressed in a box. Haul it to its final destination, unbox it, let it uncompress and you're read.
Debbi ThomasIn my camper, I put a thermarest inside of a sleeping bag to prevent cat claws from getting to it. I put a foam pad under the thermarest just in case it got deflated. It is the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on. I built a platform for it in my home. It is easy to move. Completely washable. Cheaper. Way easier to get up into my loft when I build my Tiny.2 · 3 days ago
Scarlet FigueroaI agree with tuft and needle. W got one because I have a very bad back and it has saved my mornings.I don't take 15-20 to get out of bed in the morning any more. It was also a third of the price of the other memory foam mattresses on the market.3 days ago
Beverly MacLean TrueSounds wierd, but it works great. Have had mine for 6 years now and i still soooo comfortable. No wear at all. Still good as new.3 days ago
Birdie NevermoreI bought a tuft and needle...it was delivered in a box. The most amazing bed I have ever owned3 days ago