The entire house is less than half the size of a standard two-car garage. (According to Google, most garages are 20 feet by 20 feet. Hurst’s home is 8-by-24 feet.)
Across the front is a covered porch, with two large screened doors. Step inside, and you’re standing in the living room, a spacious-feeling spot, thanks to the 10-foot ceilings. Decorative moldings and oak floors (found for free on Craigslist) add to the cozy feel.” – NOLA.com
See more of this tiny house made out of mostly recycled materials.
If you’ve been keeping up with Tiny Texas Houses then you’ve probably seen the many unique tiny houses they’ve put together over the last 6 months. As if building all their houses isn’t enough, they’ve also released a full length tutorial series on how to start your own salvage mining business and teardown structures to re-purpose materials. They call it “The Salvage Mining Tutorial Series.” Brad Kittel, owner of Tiny Texas Houses, explains a wide range of subject matter relating to the salvage world and how to be successful in it…” – Kent
If you’re like me you don’t just like tiny houses.
I happen to like all sorts of unique shelters in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
Thought you would also like this shipping container to tiny cabin conversion over in Bonaire. I absolutely love the way they did it.