Tiny House 5

You’ve seen several of my Tiny House creations. Now here is another one.

Not only did I make a house but I made it some inhabitants. Those I will show you in a later post. First, let’s get to the domicile! Here is the front.

And, here is the back.

Now that you have seen the basic house, I’ll go over some of its features. I made it a shingled/tiled roof (whichever you think it looks like most) out of cut up paint cards (such as what you get at the paint store when you are choosing colors). Then I painted over it to unify the look.

Guess what, you can access that attic story by lifting the roof. I hinged it from the front and it sits securely on the building (fitting it correctly took me a little time).

I made a nice back yard with a garden and a swimming pool. The house’s owner has a beautiful back yard in her life-size house with these features so I wanted to include them here.

Now, take a look inside the interior and see some details of the decor. I don’t like to leave a single inch untouched by color or pattern, do I? No, I don’t, because I have so much fun doing it.

Remember, this house has some residents. They are not home right now, but I’ll see if I can arrange an appointment for you to meet them soon.

17 thoughts on “Tiny House 5

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I feel the same way, I had dollhouses when I was young plus all kinds of things we built for our toy cars, etc, plus boats and all of them were really for the miniature me that I would be to fit on or into them. I guess I’m still doing it all these years later.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I got very caught up in making it and then I realized it might not fit the house, oops, but it was right after all, and I like that it lifts up, too.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I keep finding ways to use those paint chips. Because I love them so much. Making the roof was fun, I did get quite caught up in it. Good thing the house was sturdy, the roof was heavy!

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I could make lots of these houses, I get so involved in them, because to me there is just something about a house that has so many levels of appeal to me – the structure, the connotations, the imagining who could live there, the stories…

  1. Robin King

    THIS IS SO COOL!!! (Sorry for shouting but WOW!) I β™₯️ everything about this! There’s so much to explore! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I have been wondering how it would be to scale this interior style of dΓ©cor up and see what it would be like in a real room. Now that, I would love to do.

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