Anita’s tiny house, “the Lilypad,” has been on our radar for the past few months. This tiny’s design is so unique, it reminded me of the Pinafore and the Ravenlore – other tiny homes with a distinct motifs, but it wasn’t until I actually stood inside the Lilypad that I could appreciate the eclectic decor and innovative layout. With the help of Lina Menard from Niche Consulting (click here for a video tour of Lina’s tiny home), Anita was able to create FIVE separate rooms in the Lilypad’s 248 square feet! That has to be some kind of a record.
Watch the FULL VIDEO TOUR of the LILYPAD here:
“In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” – Ghandi
Anita is passionate about animals and the environment, which ultimately drove her to go tiny. Her home now advocates for her chosen lifestyle.
My favorite feature in Anita’s Lilypad? Well, I can’t pick just one. . . I loved ALL of the eco-friendly features!
The Lilypad’s Eco Friendly Tiny Home Features:
- Nature’s Head Composting Toilet
- Rainwater catchment system
- Solar Panels
- Compact, portable aeroponic tower garden
- Gravity fed freshwater tank
YOUR TURN: WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE ELEMENT OF THE LILYPAD?
*For more information on Anita’s Eco Friendly Tiny Home, check out Anita’s Lilypad Tiny Home.
*Check back soon for a video tour of Lina Menard’s tiny house, the “Lucky Penny”
*Take a 360 degree tour of a few tiny homes showcased at the Tiny House Conference
I was looking on the the Lilly pad website. I believe she sold her home. It’s now in Colorado
I wonder how much did she spend on the house in total.
I’ve looked at tons of tiny homes but this has to be my all time favorite! Everything is so perfect in it’s design from the many rooms to the full and useful kitchen and even a bathtub for people like her and me too who are tiny! I love the Boho decorating theme and if I were having one built I would definitely want one like this. Great videography too, so that we could gaze at each room a nice long time and see all the details. Lucky lady!