There may be 50 shades of gray, but there are 100+ shades of white. Crappy joke, I know, but it is ridiculous how many different kinds of “White” there are.
I went to Home Depot with my mom to pick out a paint for the interior of the tiny house and immediately picked a paint called Antique White. My mom, being the thorough person she is, suggested I take a handful of color cards to be sure of my choice. I grabbed some color cards, but am stubborn and stayed with my first choice of white despite all the other options available. Again, I was out of town, so I didn’t have to do any of the actual work when it came to painting.
My mom has been the official photographer, and painter of this tiny house project. Here, you can see her fulfilling her role as the painter. You can see an access hatch we made to the drain line clean out as well.
The trim around the hallway is made from oak golf club display racks which were being thrown out. We used these on the outside of the house as well at the roof.
We have painted pine planks mounted to a small frame with magnets on the back to hold it in place in front of the electrical panel. Unless you know it is there, the electrical panel is completely hidden.
The TV will go on this wall upon completion.
The fan was given to us by one of my dad’s friends. He has a construction company and someone was throwing it out when they remodeled. It works great and really cools the house down when you have the windows open with it running.
My dad’s friend has been a huge help on the project as well. He let us borrow his floor nailer and gave us the fan and a couch which will fit below the front window.