I WANT TO LIVE HERE
Me too. Still my favorite tiny house… All the feels are wrapped up in this little gem 😍.
(BTW, we we posted this way back when and reblogged after our adoptive grandpa here in Japan wrote a comment — now we have a new URL — Well that was TMI wasn’t it? ごめんなさいね…)
I would take one for the yearly camping trips
US counties, by most desirable living environment
New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/cutting-window-40x28-container-home/
Cutting the First Window in 40x28 - A Container Home
This isn’t a tiny container home, but there will probably be many lessons learned & shared by these folks that could help future tiny container owner-builders.
Today started with snow and ended with cutting the first hole out of our containers. We cut out the guest bathroom window and put in the frame… The frame fit perfectly on the left and right side but the corrugation messed up our cutting line and so we have some gaps in the top and bottom which we will fill.” – Ryan at 40×28.com
This bathtub in the house of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman leads to an underground tunnel and exits through the city’s drainage system.
Pop quiz: What does the top edge of say, your utility closet door look like? I’m betting that you’ve never seen it, even if you’ve lived in your home for awhile. And although there’s not a lot of room to hide stuff in there, well, if you’re like me, the stuff you want to hide is usually on the smaller side. Not many people think of the space inside the door as a hiding spot, but it’s right there in easy reaching distance when you need to get to it. And it’s devious enough that, yes, I think this trick will still be effective even after I blog it all over the web. You’ll need a suitable hollow-core interior door, a cigar tube, a few tools, and some other odds ‘n’ ends. (via Doortop Stash | MAKE)
Would love to have an aquaponics system set up at some point! So much food in such a small space.