That's what we call the moment (we both had it at almost the same time) when we were moving some people out of their apartment (2 adults/4 kids) & all their stuff fit into a 10'x10' storage unit.
(Picture: plug fuse used as cabinet pulls)
Definitely not with all the crap we had. We would remedy that though...truck load after truck load of stuff to the thrift store. If I wasn't going to sort it, Matt threatened to so I figured I better do it before he did!
(Picture: truck load of lumber used to build the kitchen cabinets)
This was the question we HAD to answer before we could really decide if we could do it. We settled on 416 sq. ft.
(Picture: tiny sodas served at our Open House)
The plans turned out exactly how we wanted them. Our architect had never drawn plans for a house as small as ours. In the end she was pleasantly surprised with the amount of space we ended up with.
(Picture: Towel rack in the bathroom)
Not sure why we had so much trouble finding a contractor...it's basically a shed, for goodness sakes! After many e-mails, phone calls & meetings, we finally found one that was willing to work with us. They did a great job & let us do some stuff...like the kitchen & decks/porches!
(Picture: Stairs off the back porch)
People who come to visit are surprised with the space we do have. We have plenty of room for us & the dogs. We're not sick of each other yet...which is a testament to Matt's patience. Did I mention we work together too?
(Picture: Bathroom shelving)