Our adventures in tiny house building continue, as we (finally!) installed a mudroom tile floor for only $20.
As our family builds a 350 square foot off-grid home, we have to make many decisions about building materials. Out of the many ways to insulate one’s home, we decided to go with a green material, blown cellulose. Get an inside view of the process!
As our family continues to build our tiny home, we’ve explored some unique ways of finishing walls, such as a gypsum based plaster that removes the necessity of traditional drywall finish. Learn about our success, and our room for improvement!
Building a home can be costly and time consuming, but using reclaimed and recycled materials can keep the costs low and create gorgeous results! Take a peek inside (and outside) Homestead Honey’s tiny house-building progress!
Interested in building your own home some day? Take a peek behind the scenes as Homestead Honey shares her family’s tiny house building progress.
Moving to raw land presents a number of challenges and opportunities; most notably, where to live and how to build! Our family of four is currently building a tiny 200 square foot home on our 10 acres. Come take a look at some of the whys and hows of building a small home.