Monday, October 22, 2012

Our panoramic life...

So these are not by any means super high-quality photos, but I was playing around with the settings on my phone's camera to see if I could show ya'll a better view of the house interior as a whole. This is what I came up with:

This first picture is the view from inside the kitchen area (front hitch-side of the trailer) facing toward the "great room," where Jeff is sitting in the breakfast nook reading some thing on the computer. To the left of him is the front door to our house. The purple tapestry to the left of him is the draped cover of our closet area (it's huge--we know). To the right of Jeff you can see our bookshelf and our little fireplace. On either side of the picture in the area closest to the viewer are our butcherblock kitchen countertops. On the right hand side of the photo you can see where the ladder to the loft rests when it is not in use. 

This second picture is taken from where Jeff is sitting in the breakfast nook (which is in the back of the trailer) facing up towards the kitchen and bathroom. The doorway in the center of the photo leads to the bathroom, which has gorgeous turquoise walls with board and batten trim. On either side of the photo you can see that we have hung paintings collected throughout our travels. The countertop on the left-hand side has our double-basin sink, and the countertop on the right has the cooktop, underneath of which is our refrigerator. 

Some fun shots that capture all the tiny goodness in one frame! Hope you enjoy!

J & M.


  1. Loved reading through your blog. Impressed you were able to complete the home in such short time. We are planning our next phase of life and looking to simplify things so we can enjoy the stuff we're missing. Thanks for sharing your adventure.

  2. I love your project! My name is Whitney, I am completing a Certificate at Yestermomrrow Design Build school in Warren, VT. For my project I am researching the availability of homeowners insurance for tiny homes. If you own a tiny home please take a few moments to fill out this survey. Thank you for your time!