“Kim Vader’s family began herding sheep in Idaho in the early 1900s. Eight years ago, his sister wanted a wagon to use as a guesthouse that would pay homage to their sheep ranching grandfather. Vader, having spent 3 decades as a craftsman, agreed to build her one with his wife Kathy.
Word of their build got around and today, they’ve built, or rebuilt, 50 wagons for modern shepherds and those looking for a more original second home. Each wagon is custom and takes them 3 months (with 3 people working) to complete. They often build for the descendants of sheep ranchers who are looking to recreate some of their family history. ” – Fair Companies
Visit the Idaho Sheep Camp website for all the details. Read and see more on the Fair Companies website.
Modeled with one eye to a Zen tea room and one eye to a Woodsman’s cottage, this modern studio embodies the restorative and the creative (Thank you Gravitas & Green Remodel).” – Airbnb.com
via Tranquil Modern Studio – Downtown in Boise.
Tiny House set in backyard.
Trapdoor makes getting into the loft fun, but not for everyone.
Ample kitchen counters for a tiny space.
A 200 square feet caravan in Sandpoint, Idaho. More info. here.” – Tiny House Swoon
See more of the Garden Caravan.
A tiny house construction story captured in this video slideshow. The home is located in Idaho.
“We started our Tiny House project in the spring of 2010 in our shop building using a car trailer that we already had. Mike welded a couple extra support beams on it then began building the deck and flooring. Once that was completed, we moved the trailer with the side walls up to Council where it’s home is.”
Visit their blog A Tiny House Story.