big lighting rod for all that steel on the outside
It looks nice… But I can’t really tell , because of the angle of the photographs . Guys, maybe you were trying to simulate a toddler’s eye view of the world , but it’s a cute concept that doesn’t work for people who want to just see what the house is like.
It would be helpful for us to know: what appliances are in the kitchen? What sort of toilet ? What electrical hookups? How much does it weigh?
Nice bathtub, though.
This is not how to show off your tiny house. Please reshoot some useable pictures of Kitchen, Bath and living area.
I agree, Kathy. Not easy to really see the interior.
I agree – would love to see better photos. I also wonder if the shine of the home isn’t a danger to other drivers on the road – the sun hits that and anyone around you is blind!!
I’m guessing that’s a hammock knotted and hanging from the rafter?
I’ve wondered WHY the smaller ends of the Tiny Home spectrum don’t opt for hammocks. Beds take up a lot of room and hammocks fold up pretty quick to provide lounging space.
The other thing I’d like to see more of is fold-down railroad bunks. Banquette during the day, two bunks at night. Not hard to do.
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