The Kemper Tiny House is continuing to build character, as some of the final touches to its interior are almost complete.
Brad Kittel, the owner of Tiny Texas Houses, found and salvaged some beautiful Long Leaf Pine from a Methodist Church in East Austin dating back to the 1890s. The wood was previously used as a church pew, and was originally 16 feet long without a single knot in the entire plank.
Philippe Cousteau Jr. once told Elle magazine that “it takes more than a birth certificate to be a Cousteau.” The 30-something certainly isn’t resting on his famous name, but he is living up to it, carrying on the work of his father, Philippe Cousteau, and grandfather Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
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Our Tiny House will have a very unique bed, a “Captain’s bed”, which has five drawers to increase storage for linens, bedding, and clothes. Like the rest of the house, the bed is made of 100+ year-old wood, and…
The Kemper Tiny House almost done!
The hand-built shelfing system, where we’ll plug in our laptops, store our books, and house our music and audio, has just been completed. Brad’s team has done an exceptional job with the detail finish work and trim, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the craftsmanship of our shelving system.
In today’s media, there tends to be a greater emphasis on organizations involved with “bad” business practices rather than “good”. As a company that is deeply committed to providing only environmentally friendly products, we find it disheartening to continuously read about organizations that make profitability their number one priority. In light of the New Year, we would like to take this opportunity to recognize five organizations that work to benefit our planet and its inhabitants.