The Snails Away was the primary tiny home constructed by Daniel Weddle and is now his major residence. Situated in Bloomington, Indiana, Daniel designs and builds tiny homes by way of his firm, Carpenter Owl.
For the outside siding, Daniel used maple, cherry, and poplar from useless stand and wind fell bushes on his household’s property. The reclaimed corrugated steel roof extends down the again aspect of the home, which is framed with 2″x6″ studs for added insulation.
Contained in the 16′ tiny home is a fantastic assortment of native Indiana woods together with cherry, crimson oak, white oak, slippery elm, poplar, maple, and juniper/jap cedar.
Within the kitchen you’ll discover a reclaimed copper desk, a double bay forged iron sink, slate again splash, and ample storage. Daniel additionally constructed a ball jar storage rack from previous strips of maple flooring.
A music studio has closely insulated partitions and onerous maple flooring for America Previous Time foot percussion. The bed room loft is situated above the music studio and faces east so Daniel can wake with the solar. There’s additionally an 18″ deep lofted soaker tub on the west aspect of the home for watching the solar set.
For extra details about the Snails Away, you possibly can go to Daniel’s web site, Carpenter Owl.
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