Beautiful The Erika’s Diy Tiny House

Beautiful The Erika’s Diy Tiny House

It took about two years and three months to build my tiny house, working part-time between a full-time job and through slow, cold, Upstate, NY winters.

I grew up on Honeoye Lake in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate, New York. After graduating from high school, I went to RIT to pursue a fine art degree. Following college, I moved to Rochester, NY, to live with my twin sister and begin what ended up being a rather lengthy career in retail management.

When it came time for my sister to buy her own house, I started to think about what I would do next. I was beginning to think my only option would be to keep my retail position that I was unsatisfied with, purely for the sake of making enough money to pay rent on an apartment by myself. I certainly wasn’t ready to commit to buying a house just for me.

The design of my house is fairly simple. It’s made up of a living room space, kitchen, and bathroom ‘downstairs,’ with a roomy sleeping loft above the living room area, and a small storage/sitting loft above the bathroom. The living room has a built-in convertible storage couch that folds out to a full bed. I have a small bookshelf and a drop-leaf table that can be folded down when the couch is opened up.

The main goal for my house was to build a space that could be lived in comfortably and easily. I didn’t want myself or my guests to feel cramped. I didn’t want to have to bend down or squeeze in anywhere. And more importantly, I didn’t want always have to be moving things around or out of my way.

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