We keep getting asked the same question. "Do you have a walk through tour ?" We could easily film it, but where to upload it? Is Youtube still the one to go to, would you subscribe, and what apart from a tour would you like to see ? Maybe reviews? We have some good and…
What a wonderful response to our last post. We had so many of you tell us how sad you'll be to see us leave the tiny home community, and we feel so blessed to have made such wonderful friends (near and far) through this lifestyle. But never fear.....
We've been so quiet over on Instagram & The Blog. And now we can reveal why - We are having a baby (again). I've felt so poorly, which was unexpected as my first pregnancy was a dream! It's still early days, but one thing we learnt from previous loss is that if anything goes wrong, we would want our family, extended family and friends to know why we are feeling sad.
Apologies for the lack of blog posts, we've been really busy trying to find new places to park up (separate blog on this coming), getting 'rid' of our storage unit (so close, but not quite managed it yet). We've also been fielding a lot of questions over on Instagram about our feature on 'Amazing Spaces'.
A fun part of the build was choosing finishing touches. I'd (Becca) collected lots of little samples, and had my heart set on Velvet. Every seamstress I spoke to tried to talk me out of it
We had some dreams when it came to the design of our tiny kitchen. Marble worktops, Belfast Sink, Gorgeous tap, Ceramic wall tiles. We quickly realised that we needed to compromise, and keep the trailer light enough to tow (yes, we tow it!). You know when you have to make a compromise, but the compromise actually turns out to be 100% nicer that the thing you originally thought you wanted ? Well that's what happened with our sink and tap!
Here's the real reason we've been so slow on updates on the blog. We are being featured on UK Tv show 'George Clarke's Amazing Spaces'. A rule of the being on the show, is that we aren't allowed to show any photographs revealing the finished product.