This post has been a few years in the making, but I am happy to say that much of the interior of the tiny house is completed. This post is to illustrate the hours spent filling the nail holes in both the loft and the main level.
After the holes were patched, they needed to be sanded to be flush with the wood and to be made ready for paint. My mom and dad did all this work as I am no longer living near home.
One other item of note is the planks used for the interior. I bought all the pine planking at a demolition sale for $75. They were in a mold-infested basement with no electricity run to it. Initially we needed to demo these from the basement ourselves. Both my dad and I were dreading this task. Then, we showed up to remove the hardwood flooring we bought from the same house and noticed that all the pine planking had been removed and stacked and wrapped according to size.
This easily saved us a couple of days of curse-filled work. Terry at demo-pro has been a huge help in this project.
Also, it just so happened that we had enough planking of each size to make continuous runs throughout the whole lower level of the house. This was just dumb-luck, but the house looks much better with all the seams matching.