Tiny House Camping

After the whole skylight issue, we had some good weather, and since we’re going to start cutting holes in the tiny house soon, we decided to sleep in the tiny house overnight! With the loft floor made up of scrap plywood pieces, we dragged a thin memory foam mattress and a bunch of blankets and pillows up there. Along with flashlights and fuzzy socks, we slept up in the tiny house loft. 🙂 The temperature dropped to 5° that night though, and I woke up several times because I was cold, but it was so lovely. I have plenty of headroom up there and didn’t bump my head once. My tall friends will have to duck through my short front door (which I tried to avoid), but it’s worth it to have enough headroom in the loft.

To look out over my tiny house before I went to sleep and to see the angled ceiling when I woke up was perfect. It’s exactly as I pictured (well, minus the interior wall surfaces). ❤



It was so cozy we slept up there the next night too!


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