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April Anson is a native oregonian, a lover of all things wild, and a student of the dialectical spaces surrounding that term. Currently, she is an English PhD student in Literature and the Environment at the University of Oregon.
“Beginning in 2012, I will live in this 120 square foot space for the length of my PhD studies in Literature and the Environment, and perhaps beyond. In this way, I hope to live a little smaller, leave a little lighter, and learn in what ways formal study can be acted in the every day.”
What I love most about this house is the desk area at the front of the house.
I had a tough time deciding what I should tuck into this window-surrounded cubby hole. Desk or plushy seating surface? I landed on desk, for work purposes, with plans to leave the space open to transformation.
Love it! Also, I have a cat who would love the cozy mini-loft above the door. — My tiny house plans include a loft for my cat. Don’t judge.
I love how vintage this tiny house is! She uses different shades of wood and miss-matched materials that pull the house together for a true personalized masterpiece.
Everything she needs for grad school in one cozy place. — Also, see the cat?
Big windows, check. Creative use of space, check. Unique style, check.
Check out this cozy loft! The barn-inspired roof is great for finding more space for the loft.
Last but not least, the ladder.
Perfect tiny house ladder for the grad student. Room for books, check.