1 year on, and what a year

The 28th October 2019 was a very different day to that of a year later.

We were in Poland, collecting our brand new completed Tiny House. A life time of dreams and a year of designing and getting it built, brought us to that moment.
We lived for 7 glorious months in her until like so many others, we were effected by Covid-19. Our dream of travelling and working around Europe in this beautiful home was short lived.

Now just 12 months on, to the day, we are back in our home town, without our Tiny House, waiting for a time to come where we can once again get back on the road and continue the travels we started. We have made our dreams come true before and with hope, positive thinking and the drive to keep pushing to make it happen, we will again live the best version on our life that we can.

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The 3D ‘Tree of life’

We have two larger sections of wall in the main living area in the Tiny and to begin with, we were exploring lighting options to go above the sofa. This build is so unique that your average reading lights just aren’t right for it, so we started to look at more bespoke options.

Whilst flicking through Etsy.com, I discovered a piece of wall art that fitted the brief exactly. The idea was to get this made and back it with white fairy lights so that it created light for the space. It wasn’t until we had it delivered that we found that we much prefer the art on the wall as it is.

What we found was the ‘Tree of life’ and the maker was OrnamentiPL a lady called Magdalana who lived in Poland. For those unfamiliar with the ‘Tree of Life’, it is a symbol of a fresh start on life, positive energy, good health, and a bright future. As a symbol of immortality. A tree grows old, yet it bears seeds that contain its very essence and in this way, the tree becomes immortal. As a symbol of growth and strength. Not only was it being made in the country that the tiny was being built, it stood for everything that we believed that this lifestyle would bring us. To tie in with the sofa, I had it painted in gray and I am sure you will agree, it really does add something special to this room.