Let’s applaud Western home and garden publisher, Sunset, which will fete a 172 sq. ft. modern house at its annual celebration and then in print. The team has focused on small spaces over the past year.
Sunset’s Sarah Gaffney says the house “is going to be imagined as a female’s home office in her backyard.” Tumbleweed Houses delivered a steel-clad Mica house on wheels, and here’s a peek at the transformation.
Tiny house arrives and gets settled
At 10,000 lbs, moving a tiny house on wheels is no small undertaking. A large tow truck gets the job done. (Sunset)
The deck gets assembled, raised up and placed alongside the tiny house. (Palo Alto Weekly)
Gardeners are working and adding edible plants to the tiny house yard. How beautiful! (Palo Alto Weekly)
Now the tiny house looks like it has always belonged in this backyard. It’s ready for viewing. (Sunset)
Tiny house gets appreciated from the inside
Sunset editors are hard at work, testing out whiskeys and recording results from their tiny house lab. (Sunset)
Before the furnishing began, a nice big dog visited and blessed the tiny house. (Sunset)
In a small space, it’s nice to have only useful or beautiful objects around you. (Sunset)
It’s easy to say, “I will sleep right here,” in the cozy bedroom for two. (Sunset)