So Dad and I spent most of our Christmas working on the Tiny House. It was worth it though. Check out some new pictures below.
Had a lot of fun with cutting the granite for the cook-top surround. Hopefully the end product will be worth the extra effort. It’s cool to do detail like this and really customize the space without adding an insane amount of extra cost since the area is so small. It’s been the same with a lot of other details like the door trim.
What a weekend. Dad and I spent it working on a bunch of different aspects of the tiny house. I never could have imagined we’d spend this much time finishing it up, but it’s definitely worth it. As Dad likes to say, “the devil is in the detail.” I spent most of my time applying polyurethane to all the wood surfaces. I don’t know how I could have gotten through it without Pandora steaming on my phone and a station inspired by the band Live. Music makes work a lot more enjoyable. Also, Tim replaced the heater core in the 1988 Taurus. That’s dedication.
So Dad and I spent our first night in the Tiny House last night. The roof has been almost completely finished, so we figured it was safe even though there was rain in the forecast. I was able to sleep soundly though and woke up to the sound of raindrops hitting the aluminum roof a little before 5:30am (my typical wake-up time). Hopefully the first of many restful nights to come in the Tiny House!