I believe it is high time for a new update on the tiny house! After I finished the flooring, we moved on to the fire breaks and the insulation. When the insulation was put up it started looking more like a house, and less like a shell.
Here are some before and after photos of the progress:
This is the wall to your left when you walk into the kitchen area of the house.
This is the wall after the insulation was put up. As you can see there are two types of insulation, but I can assure you it all made you itch the same!
The opposite end of the house.
This is part of the bathroom area.
Not only is all the insulation put up in the downstairs part, but there is also a bit of paneling put up as well!
Everything is slowly, but surely coming together! I promise I shall get a lot better at updating you all!
The day after the tiny house (which I will now refer to as the cottage) my Dad started on the flooring. He went out and bought a floor sealer and paint combo in a light grey color. Not only does the 2 in 1 sealer/paint save time, it saves money as well. Win win!
Dad started doing the first coat on the back part of the cottage while I was at work. I came home and saw this:
So today I started painting some more of the floor. This is what it looks like now:
I actually painted a bit more, but I forgot to take another picture. There is a small patch of flooring that needs it’s first coat before we move on to the next step!
Big news everyone! Chloe’ Mae’s Cottage is officially here! Two years into the making (and this blog) and my home is here (and the blog title makes sense)! The cottage arrived Friday morning and it is even more amazing in person!
It was exciting to look down the highway and see the house off in the distant. When I was watching the house come towards it’s little spot I could only grin and try not to jump up and down. It’s my house! My cottage!
After having the house set up my family and I walked around inside for the first time. Dad immediately started talking about where the kitchen will go, how big the bathroom can be, and where to build the couch/daybed he’s going to make. Mum had many good ideas for the bathroom and kitchen, as well as having some cute decorative ideas for the house. I picked my bedroom loft out (I have two lofts) and which loft will be used to hold my sewing things and the like.
There is going to be a lot of work before I’m able to move in, but in the end it’ll be worth it. I’m excited for this change in life and can’t wait to share every minute of it with all of you.
Until next time friends!