Tiny House Treasure Hunt

 

distracted by shiny things: my copper canisters

distracted by shiny things: my copper canisters

My Tiny House Started with a Window, and A Beautiful Arched Door, and A Sink for Good Measure. So I ordered my brand new Custom Vardo Trailer from Iron Eagle, too. Then a few days ago I found My Kitchen Windows, just in the nick of time!

Now that I’m preparing for my tiny house build this spring my tiny house treasure hunt begins in earnest. I know that the next important steps are refinishing my door and building my arched rafters. The materials I should be keeping an eye out for at this point are things like cedar siding, metal roofing, and half-used rolls of house wrap.

my copper canisters even nest! (it doesn't get cuter than this!)

my copper canisters even nest! (it doesn’t get cuter than this!)

But I couldn’t help but get a little distracted by shiny things when I popped into an antique store that was moving locations and found these copper canisters. I’ve always had a soft spot for these countertop containers and I’d never found a set that seemed quite right for me. I found myself melting a little when I realized these little copper canisters were labeled: Cookies, Flour, Sugar, Coffee, and Tea. So it’s a good thing for me they were also on sale half-off! I think they’ll be a charming addition to my gypsy wagon kitchen, right there near my hand-hammered copper sink.

Apparently Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog’s Day, which is probably just as well since we need more rain this winter. Looks like I have six more months to boneyard materials and work out the construction details. I’ll be requesting building help later on, so you can be looking forward to that. (Nudge, nudge, wink, wink!)

In the meantime, if you see great deals on small batches of building materials or if you happen upon something wee and beautiful, please let me know. It has to be just right, of course. It has to sing to me. But I’m open to the possibilities now. I’m on a tiny house treasure hunt!

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