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The tiny house movement has reached the back alleys of DC with a group called Boneyard Studios that is building the first tiny house community in the country. They have to work on getting the District to approve the alley as a living space, but in the meantime they're up to their low-height rafters in nails, sandpaper, and elbow grease. The full photo gallery shows the bits and pieces that go into making a tiny house liveable. Maybe designer Matthew Bees could give some small-space decorating tips? [OfficialSite; Wapo; previously]