Though some point out that tiny houses can cost more per square foot than the average home, one of the main tenants of the tiny house lifestyle is quality over quantity. Just as tiny home dwellers must decide what’s important enough to take up space in their tiny house, so too must they decide what kind of materials and character they want in the house itself.
It is precisely because of their size, that tiny houses allow for the opportunity to choose and afford higher quality and unique (sometimes even whimsical) features. When spending a lot of time in a small space, those personal touches and attention to detail make a house feel like a home.
Here at the UGArden tiny house, cedar planks and lumber milled from the site itself make this ceiling one of a kind. Truly vernacular building leaves us with a beautiful ceiling that’s worth the attention.