Scroll down to see more content Here are a few sets of images from July 2014 to July 2015, over the period that the house was built. July 2014 Barn raiser exterior from the front. Fisheye view of the barn raiser. Fisheye view of barn raiser, under a tree. Front exterior and part of the porch. Shot of the barn raiser exterior from the side. Fisheye view of Cheri at the front door opening. Oh-so-tiny clearance from the top of Nick’s head to the door opening. August 2014 A shot from the loft, where our pillows will be. Inaugural beers in the tiny house, after a first day of work. Sanding one of the windows of the great room. A fisheye shot of the unfinished exterior. A shot of the loft after cutting the rear window. Nick looking at a window opening. Tyvek wrapping-in-progress. Cutting an opening at the rear. April 2015 Front porch with unfinished siding. Profile view of house, with unfinished siding. Rear of house, with utility box. Sitting lounge in progress, with storage bench. Great room in progress, including faux brick backsplash (to be sealed white). Shower stall in progress, with faux brick (to be sealed black). Exterior in progress: siding with espresso stain. May 2015 Front porch with orange-red door and dark siding. Dark exterior siding: An initial layer of espresso stain, then transparent black lacquer hand-rubbed into the wood. LED lantern light on the front porch. Front porch and LED lantern from the side. Porch column and open front door. The front porch. Orange-tomato red door. Stone white windows. Stone white loft dormer windows. Kitchen-in-progress on the left and storage loft above the front door above. Kitchen counter, open shelving, and faux brick backsplash. Closet space with upper and lower cubicles, all to be covered with doors. Fold-down table, Dickinson Marine propane heater, sitting lounge. Fold-down table, left. Closet (door not yet attached), toward the rear on right. Partial view of bathroom: compost toilet and small pedestal sink and open shelves. Pedestal bathroom sink and faux brick wall. After: Shower stall sealed and painted black. July 2015 The house, being towed in reverse to its first parking spot. Leavenworth in a temporary parking spot. (The tinier house on the right originally intended for solar equipment, but is now unused.) Another shot of the house, in a temporary location on the property. Our cozy sitting lounge (with storage underneath). A shot of the kitchen and open shelving, taken before we unpacked our dishes. Our ceiling light fan and storage loft (above the front door). A view out of the kitchen window (taken when the house was in a temporary spot). Note: April 2015 images courtesy of Molecule Tiny Homes.