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Paint, Bathroom Progress and Electrical


Paint, Bathroom Progress and Electrical

Hi Readers! Last weekend was one of the first weekends we worked on the tiny house that was cut short by bad weather. But Pat still managed to paint the beige walls (you probably can't tell from the pictures but the walls were scratched and dented). So this weekend we made a huge push to make up for our lost day!

This Saturday we lined our bathroom with plastic we got for free from a friend. We didn't have enough to cover the ceiling as well so once again we used up some scraps! At least our whole house (inside and outside) matches! We also had time to install our sink that had been lying dejected in our shower for ages!




This is the floor I did a while back, finally you can see it ! Previously we had used cardboard to protect the flooring but this weekend we brought the vacuum cleaner along with us. PTDC0017


We spent the rest of the day cleaning, laying down blue plastic and checking on our bathroom walls.

Sunday was a later start. We got began by hooking up our plug outlets and our lights. Check out the difference it makes!








We finished up the day by finally putting a door on our storage cabinet (we also shortened it!)


onthe ground

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It def needs some tweaks but it is on its way! We had a great weekend with lovely weather and our house looks and smells brand new!

Thanks for reading, next weekend hopefully we will have a couch installed and some more trim!

Please enjoy our first attempts at using the panaromic feature on Pat's phone ;)

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Signing off!

Pat and Cori


Custom Stainless Steel Countertop

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Custom Stainless Steel Countertop

Hello Everyone, I have begun to fabricate the counter for our tiny home. I bought one stainless steel counter and one came on top of the cabinet unit we purchased for our kitchen. I am going to combine the both of them to make one complete counter as a U shape. I also bought a deep and wide sink that I will weld in place of the existing sink in the counter. Unfortunately I have very limited space and no welding bench at the moment. I am using a old grill as my welding bench. hahaha! its very unstable but is getting the job done. The two counter tops in the pictures below are the ones I will make into one U shaped counter. The final product should be seamless and have as little visible welds as possible.

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Final product!!

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