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Salvaged tiny homestudio: tin can siding, paper bag wallpaper

Saturday, December 21st, 2013:

I like this. Tiny houses with character made of lots of recycled materials. “On a standard-sized lot in Portland, Oregon, self-taught builders Jeff and Brad built two tiny cottages using mostly salvaged materials. Each home is 364 square feet and with gabled roofs and front porches match the Victorian and Craftsman homes of the neighborhood, […]  Read more from > Salvaged tiny homestudio: tin can siding, paper bag wallpaper

Zen forest house

Thursday, November 21st, 2013:

Judging by all the positive comments, this tiny home is one of reader’s favorites. It really is a stunner. So nice and yet so simple. “Brian Schulz wanted to see “how small of a house I could make feel big”. Inspired by the traditional Japanese minka homes that rely on local materials and steeply sloped […]  Read more from > Zen forest house

A Tiny House Photo Tour

Thursday, September 5th, 2013:

“This week I’d like to take you on a photo tour of Brittany Yunker’s 165 s.f. tiny house in Olympia, Washington. If you enjoyed the video I did of the interior, this post should give you a better idea of what it’s like to move around the space. Be sure to leave a comment and […]  Read more from > A Tiny House Photo Tour