Vera had gone through a lot before she sold her home and started building her tiny house — 3 bouts of cancer and two battles with Lyme’s Disease. Resilient as ever, she spent two years sourcing and building a sustainable tiny house and has lived in it for nearly a decade now.
Vera took the time to call all her suppliers and check on how they treated their employees and what their recycling systems looked like. Much of her interior was second-hand or even found on the side of the road. The house is solar-powered and you’ll love all the unique details FLORB shows off during the video tour below.
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Her Super Sustainable DIY Tiny Home
While she has a loft, she sleeps on the first floor.
Her bed/couch takes up the majority of her main living area.
Love her DIY jacket!
VIDEO: After Cancer & Lyme Disease, Woman Builds Tiny Home
- Battled cancer 3x and Lyme’s 2x
- Home is largely recycled or sustainable
- Called all product owners to learn about sustainability
- Has lived tiny for ~10 years
- Solar-powered Renergy system
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