The Shelter Blog has been inactive since May, 2019. Too much to do! From this point on, Lloyd’s Blog will have the buildings, vehicles, and home-related posts such as what has previously appeared here. Go to

Tiny House in Davis

Hi, Lloyd,

I can’t thank you enough for your continuing work; your vision is inspirational.

I wanted to send along a shot of the granny unit that we finished last year in Old Davis, where my kids go to school. I know it looks a little glossy, but the windows, doors, siding, flooring, and appliances are all recycled. 15½ feet by 25 feet, I think that still qualifies as tiny, although the ten-foot-high walls (for a loft) give it a larger feeling.

I still have my original Shelter mag, plus all your more recently published material, and every time I tune in to your blog, I get a recharge.


2 Responses to Tiny House in Davis

  1. Peter says:

    What a beautiful, elegant, simple little craftsman-style bungalow! Many of the tiny/small houses that we see are just plain bizarre, ugly or obviously unlivable. This makes a refreshing change. Congratulations!

  2. This is looking really beautiful from the outside, yes it can completely qualify as a tiny house because it is small, though I wish you had shared the pictures of the interior.

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