Kitchen Craft helped us design the perfect kitchen! KitchenCraft specializes in helping customers create their ideal living spaces by offering quality, versatile, and classically made cabinets with trend-forward European styling designed to fit any budget.



bf14b9_22e98180684c449b90dd5eda6bbe1027-mv2Urban Granite is the Edmonton go-to for stone countertops. As a family owned business they have built up their reputation for providing custom, functional and beautiful spaces using top quality products. As one of our proud sponsors, Urban Granite installed our gorgeous Dekton countertop.

We are proud to be sponsored by Holly Carmichael of Truwood Artisans. Truwood Artisans specializes in turning the character of various woods into furniture pieces that are works of art. Just so, Holly has created a breakfast bar from a live edge slab of wood, and masterminded a “fake” wall that holds hidden cabinets. If you are looking for beautiful, functional furniture made with wood, look so further!


Kim from SportShop Upholstery has been AMAZING to work with. With 30 years of experience in the industry she knows all things upholstery, and specializes in cars, boats, and custom jobs. She has been our go-to consultant and installer for our main couch and the comfy rec loft wall we lean against.


Hunter Douglas specializes in  blinds, shades and shutters in Edmonton, AB. In partnership with The Flooring People, who are Hunter Douglas provider, we worked with their friendly and knowledgeable staff to pick out beautiful honeycomb blinds.

woodchucks-logoWoodchucks is a hardwood, moulding and more store based in Edmonton, Ab. We dropped in and were super impressed with both their beautiful stock and friendly service. They generously provided us a discount on a beautiful live edge slab of sycamore wood to use as our breakfast bar! We are excited to proudly show it off.

LED Lights Canada provide the highest quality energy-saving LED lighting products and accessories at an affordable price. They expertly provided us advise on our lighting needs and found the perfect products for the job. We highly recommend this proudly Canadian business and are proud to have their lights bring our house to life.

Artistry blinds – We absolutely love our pull down honeycomb blinds. Crisp, insulating, and low-profile, we not only speak highly of Artistry blinds products, but we are also impressed by the customer service we received picking them out and and getting them installed.

Monarch logoMonarch Centres is a one stop shop for all things exterior – roofing, siding, decking and tools. Our thanks for their sponsorship helping us secure pre-primed LP Smartsiding. They provided expert advise, friendly customer service and stocked a fantastic line up of products.

tiny nestRhonda Brynko owns and runs Precious Nest Edmonton based independent interior design company. Rhonda is working with us to ensure this interior isn’t just functional and efficient but will be sure to wow. Her resourcefulness, connections and “go get it” attitude continue to inspire our interior finishing and resource material selections.

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On Top Metals provided us with a top quality roof installed well. The owner, Sheldon, was a pleasure to work with and went above and beyond ensuring our order was correct and that the install went smooth. We were also struck by how fun these guys were to deal with every step of the way.

logo-viking-cylinders-header-retinaViking Cylinders produce high quality composite LPG cylinders. These tanks are tough, light, noncorrosive, and sexy looking. They are also translucent so you can see your LPG levels. Huge thanks to Viking for helping set us up with an ideal LPG system!

logo_ecogenia_fr Ecogenia is a environmental engineering company that focuses on energy saving solutions, specifically Heat, Ventilation & Air Conditioning for commercial and industrial buildings. They helped provide us with our awesome Lunos Ego2 Heat Ventilation Recovery Unit.


Timbren makes TOP of the line suspension systems! In my honest opinion, there is no other suspension company on par with them. They patiently coached us through the process of picking the perfect system and then provided it to us at discount rates.

NU energyNU Energy has some amazing employees! One has sponsored their time, solar expertise and design skills to ensure this homes technical systems are slick.

DSFS-Logo-Final[2]Dependable Spray Foam Solutions posts an impressive R7/inch high quality, LEED certified product. We are proudly sponsored by this local company that helps create super-efficient homes.


BugZee-19-03-15-140-119.jpg_i-2Beetlewood Industries:
 Ron of beetlewoodindustries.com is providing us with discount pricing on gorgeous Beetlekill Pine wood for our trim, accents, floor and roof.


freeman tiny homesRyan Freeman of Freeman Tiny Homes has been a valuable ally providing his home building expertise and labour to the projects design and construction.
Freeman Tiny Homes specializes in providing customized tiny houses so you get to make the big decisions without the worry or the work. Work with Ryan to customize your tiny house today.

image1 Jeff Cuddeback is a veteran framer with personality! Jeff had our tiny house framed in record timing. We highly recommend him for his work ethic, the quality of his work, and his stress free attitude.  If you’re looking for a framer you can reach him at ruggedartworks@gmail.com or 780-695-9415


Sun and Straw: 
Paul Belanger of sunandstraw.com has provided us with countless hours of consultation helping us plan a tiny house unlike any other… warm & energy efficient! Paul specializes in strawbale house construction.


4 thoughts on “Sponsors

  1. Hello, we too are considering of using the lunos Ego2 unit in our tiny house which will be under construction. As they come in two units together, I’m curious about what locations you are placing yours within the house?



    1. hi Kurt! we are putting ours in the bathroom and the kitchen, which are on opposite ends of our design. 🙂 we figure that this way, two spots that need ventilating will have direct access through the units, and it also should serve to push/pull air across the space. i’d love to hear more about your plans! 🙂


  2. Hey! My wife and I are looking to go Tiny, and are in our research phase. My main question for you is how did you get sponsors?


    1. Hey!! How exciting!! Well, we picked out the stuff we wanted in our tiny house – like the axle system – and then reached out. So what we did was put together an email to send out that outlined the things we could provide to our sponsors (ex: Kenton’s courses, the blog, our home in the Home and Garden show, our home on the news, etc) and then asked for sponsorship. Almost everyone we asked said yes, and did what they could to help us out. I was really surprised how excited everybody was to work with us, actually!


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