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Monday, December 26, 2011

What's the smallest room in the world? A "mushROOM"- guffaw, guffaw.....Tiny House Sketch #23

Hope you all had a great holiday! I had a great time with family- ungodly amounts of really good food, some very thoughtful gifts (one, the book "Atchafalaya Houseboat" I've already read, and will have a review on soon), and some good wine- zero complaints.

     Anyway, standing as #23 in our "SIXTY SHACK SKETCHES IN SIXTY DAYS" tiny house/cabin/camp/shanty/fort/tree house-concept series- leading up to the official release of the new "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks" book (already up for ordering on here's a mushroom shaped cabin. This little house could both be used for kids or for adults, just based on its size possibilities. The one shown here uses two full standing sheets of plywood for EACH side- so its 64 square feet within, and eight feet tall- enabling you to possibly add a tiny half loft for sleeping, IF you don't need a ton of headroom below- or full and total standing room on one side of the structure (ie- if you placed a couch beneath the loft, etc).

 Also- on the way....
-An interview I did with Tammy Strobel of
-Our new TREEHOUSE video episode of "Tiny Yellow House" (you might have seen it already and THANKS TO KENT GRISWOLD for posting on it too- he's at
-New photos of out completed writer's retreat that I built and designed for horror author John Grover- which came out GREAT! Check him out at
-A couple book reviews...AND THEN SOME....
-Steven Harrell over at MIGHT also be posting up some unseen "Wolfe's Den Treehouse" photos of mine at some point too- his site is great, if you haven't checked it out yet! 

Again, check out our NEW "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks" book/reviews by clicking here! Thanks! 

Derek "Deek" Diedricksen