The other day my friend Greg Cater who publishes the Reclaimed Wood Blog and I met at Colin’s tiny house in West Marin County. I had been wanting to visit Colin ever since I published his post and found out he lived not to far away. Click here to read about the construction of Colin’s tiny house.
Greg was interested in the way Colin repurposed wood into a tiny house and the furniture he constructed within the home.
Colin welcomed us and we enjoyed a nice visit and tour. Colin’s design is very roomy and though quite rustic in appearance. It has lots of great storage, an on floor guest bed and outdoor shower. Living completely off-grid, Colin has no trouble maintaining his needs with his solar system. He mainly uses it to run his refrigerator, computer, and lights. Propane is used for his stove and hot water heater. He has gravity fed water to his home which originates with a well on the property and stored in a large tank.
To learn more about his furnishing and use of reclaimed wood visit Greg’s Reclaimed Wood Blog http://reclaimedwoodblog.com/ as he expounds on it much more then I do here.
Thanks Colin for letting us experience your wonderful home.