Goodwin donated antique reclaimed wood floor ‘shorts’ for this Tiny House in Alachua County, Florida. Emily, the homeowner, can be seen here helping to install the flooring:
I picked up some tools and enjoyed helping with the installation as well:
The project was featured at the Alachua County Affordable House Summit earlier this month.
The Tiny House movement is sweeping the country because it provides an affordable, environmentally friendly home ownership option. Typical Tiny Homes range from 100 to 400 square feet. Although smaller, these structures tend to use space well and are more efficient than traditional homes. And, as you can see by Emily’s home, reclaimed wood flooring adds depth and character. Mary Alford, Sustainable Design Group, explains more:
Here are a few more photos to enjoy: