I am getting dangerously close to finishing the interior siding on my tiny house. I made a big push over the past couple of weeks to get as much of it done as possible. We had a dinner party at our not so tiny house last Friday and I really wanted to show off my tiny house in the best condition I could get in to. Working from 5 am to 4 pm last Friday, I managed to finish pretty much every part of the inside walls that will be visible. I also took some time to sweep and straighten up inside the tiny house, which really made it look nice.
I have also installed a little bit more of the plumbing. You can see a mockup of the bathroom shower in the picture below. I will make a separate post about plumbing.
Installing the interior siding has gotten rather repetitive, so I don’t really have anything new to report here. However, I did finally find a good way to deal with warped siding. If the siding does not sit flush with the next piece, I found that if you temporarily screw a small block to one of the studs below the piece, you can then use a small pry bar to lift it up against the next piece before you nail it in place.