Ana White's Open Concept Modern Tiny House with Elevator Bed. On February 7, 2017 Today you are in for a huge treat: This Open Concept Modern Tiny House with an Elevator Bed.
The home, designed and built in Alaska by Ana White, would be amazing simply because of the $500 DIY elevator bed she created which solves the “loft problem” — but it gets better! The house is packed full of DIY, multi-purpose furniture pieces that often do two, three — even four — different things. There’s even a hidden washer/dryer combo unit! I know this video is long (15 minutes!) Plus, get the free plans for the storage/chair cubes shown in the video here. Video: Open Concept Modern Tiny House with Elevator Bed Highlights: Elevator bedGuest bedL-shape couch with storageHis and her office tables“Thanksgiving table”Cube seats/storageHanging closet in showerComposting toiletHidden washer/dryer combo unitApartment sized fridge/freezerSpace for microwave and induction cooktopHidden pantry.
150 Sq. Ft. Tiny Drop Tiny House on Wheels. On May 19, 2016 This is the 150 sq. ft.
Mother in law cottage. The perfect Mother-In-Law Cottage designed with the option of adding on a porch to the front or back in a size of the customers choosing. 1 Bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen, loft, living area and the option of covered porch.
ELECTRIC BILL KILLING YOU? WANT POWER AND NO ELECTRIC BILL EVER? Do you want to save money on your electric bill? Our Custom Cabins Kits Range In Price Its Best to Contact us . SIP panels for walls and roof providing your structural insulation and the sheer for the house White Pine Tongue & Groove Flooring Exterior Tongue & Groove D-Log siding Insulated, vinyl windows (the number of windows depends on the size of the structure) 36” steel-insulated entry doors, house wrap and roof felt Baked-on enamel metal roof (choice of colors) Tongue & Groove interior finished walls Tongue & Groove ceiling Rafters and ridge beam structure for roof UV and Watershed stain for exterior wood protection.
The cabin makes a great get away cabin to camp grounds, guest houses and even an office! The Mother in Law Cottage Is $16,800. Cosmo's Tiny Vacation Teardrop Home on Wheels. On January 21, 2017 This is Cosmo’s Tiny Vacation Teardrop Home on Wheels.
The little Vistabule trailer has been Cosmos’ bed for 52 nights over the past year and he uses it as a “step-up” from a tent as he takes in beautiful nature views. You can watch his entire video tour below, where he explains all the amazing features of his little home away from home. Enjoy! The Wheel Pad: Tiny Home on Wheels that's Wheelchair-Friendly! On January 16, 2017.
Handy Tips and Hacks for Christmas Trees. Planting a “live” Christmas tree is an ambitious task.
Its practicality depends on three things: (1) the climate you live in; (2) the size of your Christmas tree budget; and (3) how strong you are. Live trees are sensitive. For a tree to have any chance of survival, it can’t undergo extreme climatic changes. When a tree is brought into a warm home, it will react as if it’s spring and start growing. The Connection Between Arthritis Symptoms and the Weather. By Dr.
Mercola Do your joints ache when a storm is coming? Do you feel like a walking, talking weather prediction station? You may be convinced your arthritic pain is worse when the barometric pressure falls, but many researchers have developed headaches trying to prove this with science. The vast majority of studies have failed to establish a scientific connection between changing weather patterns and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
Despite its lack of scientific support, both arthritis sufferers and rheumatologists insist there is a great deal of clinical support for this phenomenon, citing widespread reports of weather-induced pain flare-ups. More than 60 percent of osteoarthritis patients report that their symptoms vary with weather conditions.1 Fibromyalgia patients have also reported weather-related fluctuations in pain although, as with arthritis, scientific evidence is elusive.2, 3. 10 Tips For Removing Mold and Mildew. Compact Camper Is Perfect For Traveling How to Build an Earthbag Dome. Note: If you’re new to earthbag building, first read the introductory Step-by-Step Earthbag Building Instructable and How to Build an Earthbag Roundhouse .
Also, my new Earthbag Building Guide and Earthbag Building DVD are now available. We built this earthbag dome at our home in Thailand for Mother Earth News Magazine in 2007. The article that describes the complete building process in detail was published August/September 2009. It is now free on the Internet: Low-Cost Multipurpose Minibuilding Made With Earthbags , by Owen Geiger.
This earthbag dome Instructable simplifies the process and illustrates each step of construction with photos. Log Home Galleries List. Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper - Australian designed and owned 1950s retro style camper. 10 Things I Learned Building a Vardo Wagon. Here is a guest post by Ricardo Villanueva on building tips for a vargo wagon.
For me, a vardo is a Romani inspired tiny house that’s built to travel. This means a vardo has more limitations in space, weight, and balance than a tiny house that will only be moved on occasion. If you are thinking about building your own vardo, here are a few suggestions that might help. 1. Before you build anything. 2. Images © Ricardo Villanueva 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.