The home is built out of wood, and features a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with toilet and shower, as well as an interesting fenced off balcony area, which was built so that Candice’s cat can get outside. The tiny home also features plenty of storage and is heated via a wood burning stove.



One of the more unique space saving techniques Candice employed, and one I haven’t seen used in other tiny house projects, is making her entire bedroom a bed. This allows her to take advantage of all the available space and maximize her own comfort at the same time. It’s a great example of thinking out of the box, I think.


In constructing the home, Candice made some alterations to the Fencl plan, such as building the roof at a steeper angle and using an alternating stair instead of a ladder, as well as adding a second bedroom and installing an operable skylight.