Hi There! Thanks for stopping by! The following pictures in this post were taken before we really-truly moved in. We’ve been living in our Tiny House for nearly TWO YEARS now and still completely love it! To see updated pictures of a Lived-In Tiny House for a Family of Four click onto (and follow!) on Intagram!!! and here to see the most recent blog posts from BlessThisTinyHouse.com!
Isn’t it the prettiest little house you’ve ever seeeeeen!
ILOVEIT! Tell me you love it! 😉
It’s my fairytale.
It’s the kids’ treehouse.
Ryan says, “It’s Freedom! …from stuff, new opportunities, haven’t we been over this?”
Lol, yes we have.
I love sharing this with you! Wanna see some more?
That cozy spot is across from this lovely reading nook:
Look at that! So many books! Storage, extra space, art, photos, creativity and learning!
Oh, don’t just walk by that closet space! Haha. Well, that could use a little work. 🙂 About 100 more hooks, organization for shoes, probably a shelf on top.
Just wait. Before and After pics will *hopefully* be amazing.
Don’t be fooled. This corner is MULTIFUNCTIONAL!
Nook, dresser, bulletin board, DINNER TABLE! 🙂
*Ach! I’m pictureless! I’ll throw one in soon! For now, can you guess where that dinner table might be? ;)*
Welcome! To my prettypretty bathroom.
The sink is teeny-tiny.
The toilet is a throne.
What’s that! A bathtub in a tiny house. And it’s a wine barrel. Perfection!
Isn’t it strangely magical? This kitchen sink brings me so much delight!
It is enormous, so functional, and it glows.
Thank you, Tiny House Nation, for not giving me a bowl-sized, one-basin sink!
*The first day in the Tiny House the water in the bathtub didn’t work (it was quickly fixed) so the kids took baths in the sink. …I did too. 🙂
Let’s go upstairs.
The Master Loft.
Cozy and pretty! What a comfy bedroom. Making a bed in a loft is a challenge that this goal driven woman is not going to achieve anymore! A casual, fluffy, tousle of pillows and quilts is beautiful anyway. 🙂
We’re starting a little loft railing garden. 🙂
If you can read this, you’re in my backyard!
There’s the bumper sticker! I wrote that slogan.
Thus, I won the blueprints to the Tumbleweed Cypress 20. That’s not this house plan, but it played an important part in our being selected for the show. (The blueprints and the truck were evidence that we weren’t kidding around with this Tiny House thing.)
Now, seriously, the world is our backyard. We’ll be at the campground we hoped for during our first year (great news, right!?) while Ryan does his student/educator/career thing and we pray for guidance on where we’ll head to next!
We don’t have a clue as to where that will be but God seems to have some Master Plan or something going on so we’ll just trust Him and roll with it.