Today I ran into a tiny house builder that I hadn’t seen before called Funky Dwellings. They offer sheds, modular cabins, furniture, and other small structures out of as much recycled and renewable materials as possible.
They mainly build in Oregon and Washington but they may travel for the right project. They are a group of 6 people who are dedicated to building small funky structures. I love what they are doing.
Funky Dwellings tries to focus on structures 200 square feet or lower (no permit needed in their area for that). Their price estimates seem very fair and can also help with projects like building a loft bed or composting toilet for $20/hr.
For more information and pictures visit Funky Dwellings
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