Nicki Jo Davis is a firefighter, her children are adults now and have recently left home.
She made the choice of leaving her giant house in Savannah, Georgia. Nicki decided to live in a unique, tiny and colorful house.
The exterior certainly draws people's attention, but it isn't the only surprising thing, if you go inside, you will discover a nice decoration!
Take a look!
A different house
Nicki wanted a house that stands out from the others. This eccentric Victorian home stands out with its "dollhouse" style but has lots of fun features, including solar panels that power the small house.
Here is a view of the space of the little house. It's neutral, right? The bedroom is in the loft above the kitchen. The living room is small but it provides an interesting space to relax with friends.
The kitchen countertops bring a more modern element to the decor. The kitchen is surprisingly big! Don't forget that you are in a tiny-house! Have you noticed the washer under the countertop? That's very handy!
There is also a bathroom in this Victorian house. The bathroom is still practical with its small shower, a pedestal sink and a very interesting toilet that I show you in the next picture.
Nicki wanted a "cool" feature in her home, and opted for a unique bathroom appliance. We are talking about an incinerating toilet. It is a waterless system that requires electricity and burns human waste instead of throwing it into the sewage system. Don't ask me if it smells, I have no idea!
On the opposite side of the downstairs living space, there is a fold-down desk, and a closet and extra storage space; always very useful in a tiny house.
A stripped down view of the space reveals how much space is available once the desk is "folded". The tiny house also has a propane heater to keep the house warm during colder months.
Climb the stairs to the small mezzanine to discover the bedroom. There are several windows, in order to let in natural light and nice breeze on hot summer days.
Do you like it or not?
This tiny house is 8.5 feet wide! It's still very narrow! This tiny house can accommodate 2 to 3 people.
Would you live in a house so small and so colorful; even after your children leave the house? Personally, it's very nice, but too small for me.