Monthly Archives: May 2013

SketchUp Composting Toilet File for Tiny House Drawings

  Many tiny house owners choose to install commercially manufactured composting toilets. These toilets collect and compost the deposits right inside the lower tank. They don’t typically use any water and instead dry the waste using a small heater and fan. Air is drawn through the waste and out of the unit at the top […]

SketchuUp Gas Fireplace File for Tiny House Drawings

Here’s a simple SketchUp drawing of the popular Dickenson Marine propane heater. These are great little heaters for tiny spaces. They’re made for boats but perfect for tiny houses too. Shown in the drawing is the vent which usually exits out a side wall or through the roof. The height of the vent can be altered […]

SketchUp Wood Stove File for Tiny House Drawings

This is a simple drawing of a small Jøtul stove. I don’t have a brand bias for Jøtul, I just like how they look and have heard good things about them. If you consider placing a wood stove inside a tiny house a few things to keep in mind are: Wood stoves – even tiny ones – […]

SketchUp Trailers for Tiny House Drawings

If you do some trailer shopping, virtually or in person, you’ll find that few trailers are alike. So I’ve made this simple trailer drawing easy to adjust to the exact size of the trailer you buy for your project. This way you’ll be able to draw your tiny house design to fit on the exact size […]

DIY Home Décor for your Tiny House

Yep! That’s a tiny house made out of pallets! Fans of tiny home living need no convincing: one of the main goals of living in a tiny house is to live as inexpensively as possible! So when you consider the potential expense of a non-essential like home décor (that provides no “real” benefit since you […]

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