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5 thoughts on “James Galletly Built This Tiny House Entirely from Recycled Material”
So cool! Where do you start with recycled materials?
a recycler should sell ton’s of wood frames from demolitioned homes.
I am so interested in tiny living and simple house living. Wanted to know , how can I get one and where can I install it? I live in Melbourne. Is there any group or community in or around Melbourne that is eco -friendly?
Some information will be much appreciated.
I’m super interested in tiny houses and live in Perth. Are there services where you can buy an already built tiny house in Perth.
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