This is the story of a couple who built their own 67 sq. ft. tiny house in 3 months for only $420 using mostly recycled materials!
The teeny little house has a small living area downstairs and above it a loft with a double bed. As they’re living in community Liam and Rachel didn’t need to include a kitchen and bathroom, as they have shared facilities and a communal living space nearby.1
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Couple Build 67 Sq. Ft. Tiny House in 3 Months for $420 Using Mostly Reclaimed Materials!
Well, today, we’ve got an update from Jay and Kim and I’m happy to be sharing that with you. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to live tiny on your own land, and the costs associated, I think you’ll love this story/update! So I’m going to “pass the mic” to Jay & Kim. Enjoy!
Jay & Kim’s DIY Tiny Cabin & Homestead in Texas (Plus How Much It Costs Them To Live This Way)
This is the story of a family who has been living tiny since they started out together. Today, they’re in a custom built, high-end tiny home on wheels. But thanks to Faircompanies, they share not only their THOW with us, but some of their previous adventures in living tiny. Enjoy!
This is the story of John McCarthy and Amy Garner, two Pilates instructors who tied the knot. Today has featured them in an article that I think you might enjoy because they’ve gone from living in ‘cramped’ apartments in NYC, to a big four bedroom house in Connecticut, back to a studio-style apartment, and today they’re in a custom-built 344 sq. ft. ESCAPE Tiny House in New Haven, CT with a million dollar view!
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