Phillippe Malouin’s Hanger Chairs are tiny house-perfect
At long last, the designer’s smart, space-saving folding chairs that double as clothes hangers go into production as part of the just-launched Umbra Shift collection.
Built by and lived in by artists Christopher and Malissa Tack, this house is parked on rented land in beautiful Snohomish, Washington and is approximately 140 square feet of living space. It is equipped with solar panels and a 40-gallon water tank, and their gray water is hooked to a gray water well outside. They even use natural soaps to limit their damage on the environment. The space has eleven windows, bringing in a lot of natural light, which also limits their energy use.
Photos by Christopher Tack.
The Interior of a Tinywoods’ Home
The amount of feels this post gives us! We all probably know these beloved Western art masterpieces, but not like this! Here are 20 great examples of classic paintings that have been reproduced creatively by a few very creative art lovers with photo cameras.
what the fuck century was this set in, anyway?