Just joined the garden club at my community college, hopefully going to provide a bit of a change to the…experience. For context: My school is a lot like Miyazaki’s Spirited Away, they take your name and you forget who you are or how long you’ve been there. If I’ve learned anything here it’s that the show Community is way more accurate than it should be.

From the pilot:

The teams name is ‘The Human Beings’?Shirley

Yep, my idea! it was originally the Greendale Grizzlys but I thought that um, well [sotto] a lot of these students have been called animals their whole lives.Dean Pelton

This design from Misty Robinson sets my imagination ablaze! I’ve been gazing long at it, imagining what floorplan tweaks I’d make if I could live in it. I would probably use the kitchen and bathroom partitions for small bedrooms, and repurpose the upstairs as an office/living area. The kitchen would be in the bottom right corner, along the wall. I like the idea of multiple people living in this small space, and for the balcony to be a communal space. It shouldn’t belong to just that one bedroom. Did I mention I love open floorplans? Because dang I love open floorplans.

tinyhousedarling:

plantasuculenta asked
I love your blog so much

You’re a bit of a gardener, ain’t ya? ;)

How to Make Self-Watering Containers for Your Garden
"They differ from regular planting containers because in self-watering containers the roots suck up the water from the reservoir container below.
In a traditional container, you water the plant from the top. A percentage of the water you pour doesn’t even make it to the roots.”
Read the full tutorial here
Author: Chaya Kurtz

How to Make Self-Watering Containers for Your Garden

"They differ from regular planting containers because in self-watering containers the roots suck up the water from the reservoir container below.

In a traditional container, you water the plant from the top. A percentage of the water you pour doesn’t even make it to the roots.”

Read the full tutorial here

Author: Chaya Kurtz

Some of the detail shots of the loft from a couple’s Portland tiny home. A spacious loft can make a big difference!

I wanna see the inside of this Sonoma, CA cabin so bad! Who knows what kind of equally miniaturized treasures wait inside…This cabin is pretty close to me geographically, in a perfect world I would have a chance meeting with the owners and be invited inside!

The Mini-B is one of my favorite tiny houses. And given the recent release of the U-House teasers from Four lights, it’s worth it to note that the Mini-B’s 300sq ft interior is comparable to to the U-House’s 312 sq ft standard core!