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Such a cute house! It looks so much bigger on the inside than the exterior pics show!
We have rabbits in our family, and that’s a great spot (and great use of space) for a bun hidey house and the litter box and hay and water. (But please, please, please tell me the bunny does not live in that tiny cage full time!) Do you store the hay and litter and other supplies in the spaces on either side of the cage? We’d probably need some closet space for the hay, because with 2 bunnies, we go through 10-15lbs (closer to 15) of hay per month and buy 25-30lb at a time.
Awesome job you two
Looks Fantastic!! Did you use any reclaimed wood? The loft looks great, the ladder is *very* cool.
How does the flat space heater work on the wall?? Do you have to supplement it at all??
I know it has nothing to do with tiny houses, but that rabbit cage is too small. I sincerely hope the animal spends most of it’s time outside the cage.
This is SO SWEET! What happy colors and good coordination of space use!
Using old doors (or new) as divider walls is a great idea, however, I wouldn’t use a glass door as a bathroom wall. Even if no one can actually see in, it may give guests an uncomfortable feeling. I suggest that you paint designs or pictures on the glass so that users feel some privacy.
I really enjoyed your photo tour! Big things CAN come in small packages.
What’s the word on the rabbit? Supercute house but someone please let him loose….or reassure us that he is only in the cage at night. Thanks!
LOVE the idea of putting pet crating area under the bench!! Great space saving idea!!
How many square feet is it?
Excellent job; perfect in every way!
super cute! we’re all wondering about the bunny, of course. do i see him sitting in the window in the first pic?
I absolutely love seeing one of these that is actually “lived in”. Makes it so much easier to imagine my own things fitting in the space, thank you!
Thanks for sharing! It looks great! It’s cool to see your things in place instead of staging. It’s more realistic.
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