The Quartz Was Lovingly Built By This Stay-At-Home Mom
Ana White is an Alaskan blogger and mom of two. Out of necessity, she has taught herself to build this tiny home for her family in a remote part of Alaska. The Whites named their tiny house Quartz. It was impressively self-built with a lot of thought put into maximizing the limited spaces.
The Quartz is built on a 24-foot long and 8.5-foot wide PJ Super Wide Channel B6 trailer. It’s a “dry” cabin, meaning there is no hookup for water, and as Ana explains it, it’s a common thing in the extreme temperatures in Alaska, allowing for easier maintenance. Thus, there is no bathroom, and the home is not the family’s primary residence, but is to be used as a temporary place to live in while they work on building another structure nearby. Nevertheless, Ana will be offering alternative plans for a tiny house with these extra amenities.
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