Jamison’s Tiny House

Jamisons Tiny House - Exterior

Jamison recently completed his tiny house and made it available for overnight stays in Omaha, Nebraska. He started building it in July of 2012 and steadily made progress. Inside you’ll find a sleeping loft with a queen size bed, a built-in sofa that folds down to a custom full sized bed, a kitchen with a small fridge/freezer, 1-burner electric stove, small sink. The bathroom has a shower and a rustic, waterless, composting toilet. Electric heat & on-demand water heater are also available. Here are a couple of quotes from guests:

“We stayed in the tiny house on our way to Chicago, and had such a great time. I almost want one for myself! The house was just as it was described, chic and peaceful. Extra points for it being eco-friendly, nicely decorated and supplied with a homemade batch f banana bread. Jamison was prompt with his responses and more that willing to give suggestions since it was our first time in Omaha. If I ever find myself in Omaha again, I’ll definitely check to see if the tiny house is available.” – Shelby

“Jamison was very welcoming to his lovely tiny house. The house was very comfortable and offered everything I needed, in a nice compact space. It was spotless and also very tastefully appointed. And Jen, Jamison’s wife, provided a delicious homemade muffin, as well!” – Kate

“This is a fantastic tiny house! Jamie is a great host–very personable, informative and generous. The tiny house provided me with everything I could need for a stay in a hotel. It’s a very kitschy place, probably more suitable for younger (or at least in spirit) folks. The entire family is lovely and hospitable. I wish I’d gotten the chance to stay longer.” – Steven

If you’re looking for a chance to experience a tiny house overnight this is an excellent value. Visit Airbnb.com for more information on overnight stays in Jamison’s Tiny House. To see how the house was built visit Jamison’s blog at tinymidwest.com.

Jamisons Tiny House - Loft Ladder Jamisons Tiny House - Loft Jamisons Tiny House - Kitchen

2 thoughts on “Jamison’s Tiny House

  1. Dave Raftery says:

    I especially like the use of the different textures and the visual impact of the inside walls and ceiling. There is a nice combination of knotty pine, white walls and flat birch veneer. Sometimes using pine boards throughout the interior can look overwhelming. This is a nice balance.

  2. Chris says:

    What would you use to seal galvanized tin in a shower? I want it to stay shiny but be able to clean without discoloring or dulling. Thank you Chris

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