The Greenmoxie tiny house is very close to being complete. The electrics in our tiny house operate entirely (mostly) on DC power. So we installed low voltage LED lights throughout the house, which were pretty expensive, even with the government incentives. We used 35W equivalent MR16 bulbs which put out 400 lumens of light and only use 7 watts of power each.
You can see the light is reasonably soft and gently absorbed by the beautiful reclaimed barn wood used in the ceilings and the bathroom sliding door. All of the lights are on dimmers so the lighting can be fully controlled, with the exception of the outdoor lights.
Have a look at the results:
TAs you can see the exterior lights are not fully installed, but provide ample light.
Ian sourced these aluminum fixtures so we could install the lights into the reclaimed barn wood and still have control over light direction.
Straight shot from the front door. Love it!
Can you guess what the 2 white dials are above the light switches?
Love the sliding barn door for the bathroom.
Lighting in the loft.
Check out the flush mounted rainfall shower head.
The 2 black dots on either side of the door are integrated speakers connected to a car amp and stereo with an adaptor to connect to your smart phone for tunes.
are you selling your Green Moxie? it is very cool. I want a tiny house that has two floors. I am only 5’3″ and want a ceiling of 6″ and the top floor for sewing. Your house is just what I had in mind but with a second floor. Totally off grid.
HI Lea, yes we are selling the Greenmoxie Tiny Home, I’ll message you with details.
I would be interested in purchasing plans for this little beauty, if possible.
Hi Rick, We don’t have plans available yet but it’s something we are thinking about for the new year.