I don’t know much about this tiny building from Spokane, Washington. It’s featured on the Real Carriage Doors website – for the doors.
Great tiny design though. I especially like the hip roof extension under the gable and over the entry, plus the shed dormer on the side. It appears to be about 14′ by 18′ or slightly smaller.
via Real Carriage Doors – Gallery of Carriage Doors.
This looks like it might be a nice opportunity for someone.
“So here the Our tiny house sits in Sky Meadows, Cle Elum, WA. We are waiting for the snow to come. We have decide with a heavy heart that our tiny cabin and the property it sits will now be for sale.”
Read more about Ima RV – A Tiny House on Wheels: Tiny house and 1.1 acres for sale in Cle Elum, WA.
Catch another small house construction story early in the process.
“We are currently building a small 680 square foot house in our small town of Point Roberts, Washington. The construction budget is $55,000. You can see the plans and join our blog or Pinterest boards for photo & video updates.”
Read more about Building the Beekeeper’s Bungalow | THE small HOUSE CATALOG.
Now that’s sustainable! It’s an earthen home in Washington’s Independence Valley.
“The funky, individualistic two-story home was built by Gregory Crawford, who works at nearby Rising River Farm — and travels during the farm’s off season (having no mortgage helps, no doubt). He gained permission to build there by asking the landowner…”
Read more at Lloyd’s Blog: Hand-built Earthen House in Washington Woods.
The folks at Peak Moment TV interview a fellow that’s built an earthen home in western Washington.
“Greg Crawford shows the magical wattle-and-cob house he built with hand tools using local materials: alder trees in the surrounding forest, and clay from what later became the house floor.”
Learn more about this Earthen House Built by Hand on YouTube.
Incredible design and great idea for securing a cabin.
“Located on San Juan Island, Washington, the intention was to pull the writer into the solace and hum of nature and leave behind all distraction.
The cabin is glass walled with wooden slats that are raised by a hydraulic system. The slats can be pulled up at night, or raised for security when the occupant is away.”
Read more about this Writer’s Haven | Simple Humble.