HGTV Tiny House, Big Living

Check out that time my artwork landed on HGTV. My client Bekah and her amazing husband purchased two of my paintings. Here is what she had to say:

“I had a vision for the look and feel of my 250 sq foot tiny house. I am drawn to neutrals and black and white art, but my husband wasn’t quite sure about the lack of color in the house. Because of that, I had planned on bringing a small pop of color into the house through the artwork, but the minute I saw Canary in a Coal Mine’s pieces I knew I had to have one. I tried for a long time to choose something different, to get that color into the house, but I couldn’t. I spent a lot of time figuring out how else to bring color into the house just so I could have these pieces on the wall. It was worth it. I got the work onto my walls and I almost cried. It was exactly what I had been dreaming of when I thought about the space I was making my home. The two pieces I chose are the main focus in our home and a conversation starter with many people that come into our home.  I could not have chosen better. Not only is the artwork incredible, but working with the artist was beyond a blessing.”

-Bekah Taylor Dreisbach, Portland, OR

Season 6 Episode 13 | Aired November 23, 2017| 20:13

A young couple wants a simpler lifestyle with a sleek modern twist. Their tiny house will incorporate a first-of-its-kind stucco-like exterior, a rooftop deck with a clever removable railing system and an even more clever hidden bike storage rack. Their open design includes tall windows that provide plenty of light, a tucked-away staircase with storage steps large enough for their dog to manage and a second-story “hammock floor” that gives guests a place to stay.

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