Living in La Casita just keeps getting better and better! Cedric and I have found renewed excitement in our tiny house design after taking a 3 month bike tour sabbatical this past summer. We are finally back in the swing of things and excited to continue the finishing work on the house.
We’ve been trying to design our downstairs living space for several months. We knew we wanted to create a comfortable seating area for up to 4 people that could convert into a sleeping space for at least one guest. It was important to me to have space to entertain at least a couple friends and we both agreed it was essential to create storage downstairs.
We have a sewing table as our temporary dining/work space. The table top we are designing will be similar but with wider dimensions and it will be removable from it’s mounts on the wall to create a long bench for movie watching or having a guest stay the night. We are dedicated members of Couchsurfing.org and wanted the flexibility to provide a comfortable sleeping space for fellow travelers.
There is still trim to do along the benches and doors to create for the storage space underneath but it’s a great start. It inspired me to fish out Cedric’s grandparents textiles from the factory they owned in Belgium. It brought some wonderfully bright color into La Casita.
Home sweet home!