I love my tiny house.

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 Okay, okay, so I know I'm still trying to catch up the blog with the progress in a chronological and step-by-step fashion - but I can't help it. I love my little house (even though it's unfinished) and I want to share what it looks like with you all at this point! So let's look into the future-present at the most recent photos of the COMET. Give me your feedback in the comments! We'll get back to the progress updates later - unfortunately this did not all happen overnight :) 

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I'm in love with this little custom hand-made soap holder that Matt made for my kitchen. It keeps the soap off of the valuable counter space and also covers up some irreparable damage on the original back splash so that I could re-use it!
I'm in love with this little custom hand-made soap holder that Matt made for my kitchen. It keeps the soap off of the valuable counter space and also covers up some irreparable damage on the original back splash so that I could re-use it!
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Step into my office...
Step into my office...
Humanure Deposit Receptacle - With Urine Diverting Action
Humanure Deposit Receptacle - With Urine Diverting Action
My new, very modest, closet.
My new, very modest, closet.
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If my cat were in the camper that's the sunny spot she would be sleeping on!
If my cat were in the camper that's the sunny spot she would be sleeping on!

The couch in the back is also my bed - it folds down/pulls out to be quite comfortable (awesome fabric from Sew Fine Fabrics on Etsy). You can see the Marmoleum click flooring that I used (courtesy of GreenBuildingSupply.com) and the turquoise Marmoleum sheet good countertops (which everyone mistakes for being original - which means I picked the right color!). At first I thought all the colors were a little much, but I like them now. It fits my style. I'm happy with my little fold-down desk area in the back, made out of salvaged 1950's cracked ice Formica. We used scrap Marmoleum from the countertops to make the bathroom floor, and some panels of cork flooring from the ReStore for the kick-plates in there. The rounded piece of the counter folds up and down too, which has come in handy!

Oh, and I just updated the PHOTOS page too, with these pictures. I updated a few other pages too - check out the new "SUSTAINABILITY" page under the "ABOUT THE PROJECT" header.

Well, it's not finished, but it's quite homey, and I love it. I had to share. Thanks for reading!!