Designing and Building a Tiny House, and Everything In Between. 

Ribbons, Sails 

& Dandelion Fluff

May 2020 –

Building a Shelter

Steel Frames & Cladding

Apr 20 – Jul 19

Doors & Windows

The Beginnings of a ‘Tiny’ Project

Apr 19 – Aug 17

Succulents & Raspberries;

A First Foray into Gardening.

Oct 17 – Apr 15

Saturday Afternoon, 25th October 2020 

The most recent addition this week was one of those uncommon but brilliant projects that are small in effort but big in reward! The idea was to take advantage of the skylight just outside the entrance by installing an interior window above the door way to allow in a little extra daylight into the bathroom. As I didn’t want to fuss around with cutting glass to this unconventional shape, I bought myself a sheet of acrylic and cut it to size with my jigsaw.  I used Western Red Cedar for the frame so it matches my exterior windows and installed the pane by channelling a groove along the four edges. Easy peasy! Almost suspiciously so.

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