My tiny house, finally furnished right


When my tiny house was finished six and a half years ago, my mother-in-law needed to move in immediately, and our budget was spent.  So we never really furnished it the way in a way that did justice to the architect’s design.  No more!

After 6 years of wonderful support for my spouse and child, my MIL has moved back East to take care of another grandchild, and we finally have dressed up the place for its new life as a furnished rental. I got help from interior designer Ann Reed at Redu.

Here’s a tour.  (All photos by ElleMPhotography and Martin Brown, used by permission).

Over the patio and through the door:

The inside from the front door:

The inside from the dining counter:

Dresser and dressing mirror (reflecting the stairway):

Up the stairs:

The private retreat of the loft:

What the living area looks like from the loft:

The bed and library at the back of the loft:Back down the stairs:

Kitchen layout with Fiestaware:Fridge and pull out storage:

Oculus to let light into kitchen:

All the features are explained in previous posts.  Look there if you have questions!  Thanks.

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