It's always wonderful to be reminded of the sheer diversity of the tiny home movement—of the many shapes and forms in which tiny home builders and dwellers come. So this week, it was a pleasure to receive a visit from Sicily Kolbeck, a twelve-year-old building and designing a tiny home in Marietta, Georgia.
Sicily began designing her home this summer, was donated an 8x16 trailer in early September, and has been working on gathering materials and building her subfloor ever since. Having heard about Boneyard Studios and wanting to see our project for herself, Sicily's family brought her up to DC for a visit this Friday.
|Sicily (center) and her family.|
Sicily, many thanks for coming by Boneyard Studios, and best of luck with your tiny house build!
|Sicily trying out the shou sugi ban flamethrower on some window trim.|