Bryce Langston visits Karissa and her adorable tiny home. It cost her about $20,000 to build with the help of her family and friends. Her dad played a big role in it’s construction and to kick the project off they had an Amish Tiny House Raising where the walls were built in a day!
For more great stories like this follow Bryce at Living Big In A Tiny House on YouTube.
We named our design “The Perfect Shed,” it has the perfect proportions (discovered by the ancient mathematician Euclid) of the ‘golden ratio.’ Having designed sheds for 30 years, we think the size is perfect too. It is 10ft x 12ft – neither too big nor too small.” – David Stiles
Read more about this Timber Framed Shed
Over the years, we have heard from tiny house builders that it could take 100-200+ hours to complete framing and sheathing phases. Why not provide some help and heavy lifting for builders this spring? Tumbleweed now offers the Amish Barn Raiser. It’s a complete “shell” assembled by our Colorado-based Amish builders, the Fishers, who also build our ready-made homes…” – Kent
Read more at Tiny House Blog…
Very nice timber frame kit house.
“We have just finished this 8’ x 11’ Amish cottage. The Amish supplied the timber frame and we erected it and completed it with siding, cedar roofing, and exterior stucco. We finished off the interior with 2” rigid insulation between beams and in-wall electric wiring.
You can also learn more about Jeanie and David Stiles by going to their website: www.stilesdesigns.com. They have authored over 20 books on do-it-yourself building projects.”
via Lloyd’s Blog: Prefab Amish Shed.