24 Oct '16, 5am
Chris & Malissa Tack’s Tiny Tack House Lives Large in Washington State https://t.co/mrJy50ym92
The bathroom features a creative wooden wine barrel tub shower, and a five gallon bucket for the toilet, which is then composted . The duo says they went with the Dee Williams way, which eliminates the need to hook into a septic. Their lofted bedroom is large enough for a queen bed and the living area features a seating bench that triples as storage and a pull out bed for guests. A fold up table on the wall doubles as a dining table and a work table with a large Apple screen that serves as the house computer and tv. A galley kitchen has a small sink and a two burner propane stove. Heating is also provided via propane, wool insulation minimizes energy loss and a photovoltaic system provides electricity. Lots of windows and a skylight provide a ton of natural lighting.