Tiny Rustic DIY House made of Reclaimed Materials

Tiny Rustic DIY House made of Reclaimed Materials

This "Tiny Rustic DIY House made of Reclaimed Materials" has its own entrance and a private front yard which is gated. The owners built the tiny house on their property because they always dreamed of building a house themselves, so they did this with the help of friends. When you first enter the house youre in the kitchen, living area and thats also where the bathroom is. Upstairs in the tiny house and there is a nice loft with a queen bed.

This tiny house was built using mostly reclaimed materials and furnishings. Some of the wood, trim and shelving came from an old shed that used to be on the property. More of the unwanted wood was recycled from high end construction job sites. Some of the windows came from an old horse farm structure. And the kitchen stove and refrigerator came from a museum. You'll want to see this tiny house it has lots of character.

If you've heard about tiny houses and want to see what all the fuss is about, you'll want to take a look at this tiny house site. On it you will find all sorts of unique small homes and tiny homes that people live in and use from all across the world. Take a look, and you will probably be intrigued by what you see. Some examples of what you might see include crazy tiny cube house in Holland, 4 small A frame houses being built, Jess and Dan's tiny home on wheels a couple living tiny and mortgage free, Ethans tiny house on wheels, L'il Van Go turning a van into a mobile art studio, 400 square foot tiny cabin called the Totems, wooden yurts octagon cabin with big windows and mountain views and so much more.

Everywhere you look you are seeing reclaimed lumber being used on houses, and pieces of unique furniture. Reclaimed lumber is simply wood that has already been processed and that is retrieved from its original use to be used in another building project later. Most reclaimed wood comes from timbers and decking that are taken from old barns, factories and warehouses, you also may find wood from less traditional structures such as wine barrels, boxcars and coal mines. Reclaimed or antique lumber is used mainly for decoration and home building, for example for siding, cabinetry, architectural details, furniture and flooring. Reclaimed wood has a more rustic look that is appealing in many homes. Barns most often serve as one of the most popular sources for reclaimed wood in the United States and Canada. Those constructed up through the early part of the 19th century were typically built using whatever trees were growing on or near the property. They often contain a mix of pine timber, oak, chestnut, poplar and hickory. Beam sizes were often limited to what could be moved by man and horse on the property. The use of reclaimed wood is highly appealing in tiny home and furniture design, giving a unique look.

Can you imagine living inside of a tiny house? You might be surprised to see just how many tiny house designs you will find popping up all over the world. If tiny house living is something you are interested in there are lots of great tiny house resources from books, websites, step by step video tutorials and literature to look at. There are also plenty of workshops offered all over the country where you can learn how to build your own tiny home or small house, whether it be a tiny house on wheels, cob cottage or log cabins.

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