I came across a wonderful little company and story in Lamon Luther (handcrafted furniture), located in the southern parts of the US. Carpenter Brian overheard a conversation during lunch one day – about the homeless living in the woods outside of his town. He went to see the conditions for himself and quickly decided he wanted and needed to help. A few of the homeless people were former builders and craftsmen so Brian found a way to help and bring hope. Brian who is a 3rd generation carpenter felt this was also a good way to keep the tradition of American craftsmanship alive. It is truly a wonderful story of how this company came about and operates today. You can read more about them, their stories and their products on their website but what caught my attention today was the tiny farm house they built!
– that you actually have a chance to win this December… Oh, I am in!
This is the cutest tiny farm house I have ever seen. It even matches the summer house we are building in Mölle, Sweden. I could easily see this as our little guest house on our lot, but I can also imagine traveling around the US and discovering new places with this tiny beauty.
Its only 260sqf = 25kvm, but its got all necessities. They have used the space very well, and I love that they added a guest or kids loft up there.
Obviously I am big fan of the white facade along with the black windows but the interior is also spot on. The neutral tones, the wood ceiling makes it relaxing, inviting and very warm. Take a look.
Its so cool, and I am all for down sizing after seeing this! Now, the best part is that we all have a chance to support them but also win one of their tiny houses. This is part of their foundation that helps subsidize craftsmen housing expenses. For more information about this wonderful project and how to donate and be part of this – go to their website and look under GIVE!
All images @Lemon Luther