The mild winter (easier to work in) and the fact that we have stayed at the Art Shack ourselves several times, have culminated in a lot of additions to the coziness of said Micro House.
Another luxury that just can't be beat is HEAT. I am very happy with this wall mount propane heater. It was very inexpensive and heats the place in no time flat. I will say that I think it would be better if it had a thermostat to turn it on and off but I was going for off the grid (no electricity) style heat and this was very affordable and easy to use. A wood stove would have taken up far too much floor space in an 8'x12' room. Since you must keep a wood stove away from walls it would have practically been in the center of the room.
I also installed a co2 detector in both the Art Shack and Oasis trailer. A very important thing to do when you are heating with gas.
I concocted this crazy mess of hoses to create an outdoor shower, which is a huge hit with everyone. It's so magical to be taking a steamy hot shower in the outdoors. Usually under the stars.
I also gave the dogs a bath with it after another skunk episode.
Another nicety that I am very happy to have is a way to do dishes with hot running water.
I set up an old laundry sink at the back of the outdoor shower and now we can use the same shower head and hot water heater to do the dishes. It doesn't seem like such a big deal until your there with a pile of greasy dishes and it's about to rain, voila! Fast, hot, soapy water.
I cannot say enough about how much I love these little water heaters.
I will say that you have to turn the water volume down quite a bit if the in-coming water temperature is below 55F. So it is a balancing act to get enough hot water for a shower when it is 45F or lower outside. But hey, it's the best "camping" I've ever had!
WARNING: If you are an Oasis travel trailer purest, this might offend you.
I did put in a 2x4 header on the top of the closet frame just in case the center post was load bearing.
I lined the interior of the closet with cedar fence boards that I planed. I used Liquid Nails to put them in.
Entertainment cannot be overlooked and I found myself at an odd little Humane Society thrift store last summer where I picked up this old "tube" radio/record player. It has been so fun to put on a ZZ Top or Credence album and sit on the porch drinking coffee.
At the same shop I also bought this freaky thing. I don't know why, I just had to. Maybe to keep me warm next winter.