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Decorating a Small Home Office - Top 5 Tips

Even though your apartment may not be large, you can always find space to build a small home office. You just need to be a little more creative and find a way to incorporate everything you need in there. In order to help you decorate it according to the latest trends and create a place which will inspire you to work hard and be fully concentrated, we’ve singled out our top 5 tips on how to achieve this fast and easy. Feel free to take a…


Posted by Tracey Clayton on August 25, 2018 at 3:46am

Tiny Bathroom Decorating Tips

Living in a tiny house has numerous perks, including lower construction costs, lower energy bills, easier maintenance, cheaper decorating, and, of course, minimal impact on the environment. However, while it is quite easy to get accustomed to the small square footage in almost every room, we usually discover that we could always benefit from extra space in the kitchen and the bathroom. If you are struggling with decorating a cramped bathroom, we’ll help you…


Posted by Tracey Clayton on August 2, 2018 at 7:00am

Décor Changes to Make Your Tiny Home Feel All Fresh and New

No matter how spacious your home is, it’s always going to be too small to fit all the things you’d like to keep around. However, even the tiniest of homes can be utilized if you plan ahead and find sustainable ways to make the most of the space you own. From hidden storage area to multifunctional furniture, there are lots of ideas you can try out and use literally every inch you own. So, if you too are living in a small home, but still have big plans, here are a few ways to make it feel…


Posted by Tracey Clayton on July 6, 2018 at 5:56pm

Small Bathroom Design Issues

No matter how small your bathroom might be, it still offers a world of design inspiration. With little creativity and improvisation, you can overcome some of the most common design problems of small bathrooms and transform yours into a truly relaxing oasis.  …


Posted by Tracey Clayton on May 9, 2018 at 3:22am

Cy Ennglert
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We have to approve every new member of the network to protect from spammers, who have discovered us... We apologize for any delay this causes. To help in this process, please tell us why you are joining.
I enjoy designing and building tiny houses.
What is your connection to the tiny house world?
I began my journey almost 10 years ago by attending two of Jay Shafer's workshops (Tumbleweed) and building my first 200 sq ft tiny foundational house in Olympia WA
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About Me
I grew up in a construction family...it's in my genes. After finding my first des in passion as a architectural draftsman in high school, I have renovated and flipped several homes. Now, I have three chickens and one elderly mother and a huge number of interests and advocations including being a career coach.

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At 12:14pm on January 26, 2017, Sera Isabella said…

Greetings Cy,

I've enjoyed reading your discussion comments on a variety of topics and in a few groups. Your experience and response is just what we want to foster on this network!

Have you considered Submitting a Proposal to present for the online Summit? I feel that you would have some valuable information to offer and the training/platform that is used (Blackboard Collaborate) is fun to use. If you have an interest check out the "Summit - Submit a Proposal" section on this site to learn more about what value you could provide.

Have a great day and many thanks for what you contribute.


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