On the few days when blue skies brightened things up and the thermometer registered high enough to stain more wood, we dressed up another two sides of the tiny house with a mix of corrugated metal and pine boards. The idea is have the adjacent screen house and main house look complementary—but different. One example: The metal ribs run horizontally on the screen house; they run vertically on the main house.
So, three facades finished; one to go.
After the siding...we'll move attention inside, where we're already mapping out (with blue painter's tape) the wiring and plumbing—which have to appear before we can insulate the space, put up walls and install the amazing wood stove we've already ordered (more on that later).