Period & Style
As part of the exhibition "Small Worlds", which opens November 18, the museum partnered with The Andersons and the Lathrop Company to build a house designed by the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. This is a real house with a working bathroom, kitchen and a sleeping loft big enough for a queen size bed. But it's constructed on a trailer and it's only 65 square feet. The materials were donated by The Andersons general store and labor was donated by Lathrop Company employees. The construction of the shell was accomplished in a single day in the parking lot of the Andersons store in Maumee, Ohio. Watch the fun!