Jenny and Michael’s Tiny House








  • Ginger says:

    I absolutely love your home! What a great job you did remodeling this little “shed” into a wonderful space.

  • kay says:

    This has major possibilities for me. Like, like, like!
    Currently pulling into 500 sq. ft. section of my house to
    see how it feels to downsize to small..
    to progress to tiny. “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can!,

  • Janet L. says:

    Great work guys! How many square feet is it?

  • Allison says:

    i could totally live in this happily and comfortably for the rest of my days!

  • Very, very, very nice–one of my favorites—good job!

  • Devan says:

    Such a beautiful job!! This is a home I will look at again and again! Thanks for sharing!

  • Rene Besette says:

    It is just lovely, I adore your stove in the living room. You have made this so cozy. I also really like the stairs to the loft, they are sturdy and they look so nice. You have done a great job.

  • Shell says:

    I love the bathtub. This makes me excited for most tiny houses just
    do showers. I was beginning to think hat maybe it’s not
    possible :(. Thank you for the much needed inspiration:).

  • Linda D. says:

    Looks gorgeous! A couple of quick questions:
    1. The wood stove – I thought they required a masonry base and this looks to be sitting on the wood floor. Is that ok in Portland?
    2. The bathroom floor – On the website, it looked like you were laying subway tile, but in the finished photos it looks like 10×10 ceramic tile – why the switch?
    3. What is the fabric on the bedroom pillows? (I know, unrelated to construction but I WANT it!)

    Thanks for taking the time to share photos of your construction process. You guys are an inspiration — especially that tub! Your layout of space makes lots of sense to me.

  • Amber says:

    One of my favorites so far…Love this one. Great job!

  • bob adams says:

    Great design and details. You can be proud of your work.

  • Brenda says:

    First of all, thank you for the link with construction photos. Building a tiny house is no joke, and your pics showcase some of the blood, sweat and tears. “Small” is not the first thought that comes to mind when viewing your interior.It has a sense of permanence and livability missing from many of the tiny homes. Beautifully done.

  • Nancy says:

    Outstanding Job Everyone, What teamwork! I am like everyone else, I love what you did to a simple shed. Reclaimed wood, second hand supplies and those Craig’s List finds were beyond great.
    I honestly can’t decide which I like the most; the kitchen or the bathroom. I love the cabinets in the kitchen and the bathtub is a must have, ok, the sink too. I have pinned just about every picture of your house.
    Did you have to have your electric and plumbing inspected?
    Thank You for the inspiration, We all love your house.
    Merry Christmas you guys.

  • marcus says:

    Thank you for showing all of us Tiny House lovers that a house can be built from found, well-loved furniture and style. Your eye is amazing! Very inspiring! How much of the initial house construction was done by seasoned carpenters? I’m a DIYer and your house looks like it was outfitted electrically and plumbing-wise by pros.


  • Lennie says:

    Beautiful House!!
    May I ask how tall is the house?? Is it over 14 Foot?

  • A.Jones says:

    Love this house ,made out of a old storage shed, love it ..



  • Paige says:

    Puts more emphasis on “house” than on “tiny”, and that’s a good thing. The interior looks livable, not claustrophobic, and it’s very homey.

  • Rajan Singh says:

    Awesome! I’m blown away by the sheer beauty of it.

  • My goodness what a lovely little home. Love how you reinvented the space. After a little paint outside that tiny home will be just perfect.

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