In case you missed my post about the sofa we’d chosen for the Tiny House, you can read it here.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for… you build it! After a few unsuccessful online search sessions for a sofa durable and large (yet small) enough for our tiny house, we decided to check out one of our favorite places for DIY inspiration. Low and behold Ana White had the perfect solution. So? Last weekend the mister got to work…
And after a few hours we were in business:
Check this post for a direct link to the pillows and seat cushions. I’ll be staining and distressing the wood frame next time to give it a pinch more character.
Next up? Priming and painting… Let’s take a look back at where we started:
I primed the walls and window casings first:
And things were looking pretty white in here. So? I decided to go with a bold color on the window casings:
Kind of like putting eyeliner on the windows, valspar’s cracked pepper made everything pop. 🙂 Next time I’ll be painting the walls, and can’t wait to see things really turn a corner from there.
We put together a little list of some other space maximizing necessities while we were there, so stay tuned for a fun little design board coming your way. As always, thank you for tuning in and following along with us on this tiny adventure!