Here’s an article that explains some of the mysteries for building an RV-style plumbing setup for a tiny house.
“Currently the majority of tiny homes are built to accept pressurized water hookup from a hose. Simple, but also quite limiting if the house is ever moved for a few days (or longer) to somewhere where there is no pressurized water hookup- a music festival, or, say, a vacant alley lot.”
Read how they are building an RV-style set-up at Boneyard Studios.
Some finishing touches going into the Little Yellow Door tiny house.
“Gathering the nerve to cut into Flemming’s irreplaceable counter tops took a lot of thought. A lot of thought, a lot of measuring, and a lot of ‘you can do this’ talks with myself. But all went well, and I also drilled holes for the faucet behind. Somehow everything just barely fit in the tight space.”
Read more about Sink holes and light fixtures… « littleyellowdoor.
Jonathan (Gungy) is making steady progress on plumbing his tiny house. He has posted a few articles on his experience one this complex piece of tiny house construction. If you’re considering building a small house you might want to read through his experience with plumbing his own house.