Almost a decade ago, Danielle lived in Austin and was tired of the creeping rent prices. In her heart, she wanted to get all her friends to build tiny homes with her, so they could live in a little commune. While that didn’t all happen, about 6 years ago, *she* finished building her own DIY tiny house and has it parked on her uncle’s property in Oregon.
Danielle splurged where it mattered to her — on her brand-new trailer and cedar siding — and otherwise scoured Craigslist and the Re-Store for reclaimed materials to create her budget build. In the end, she spent about $25k on her home. It has so much character inside, with awesome pieces like her grandmother’s stained-glass windows and the fallen-wood railings. What do you think of what she did?
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Her $25K Build with Amazing Outdoor Oasis
You can see her grandmother’s stained glass on the right.
That far wall is reclaimed barn wood.
Mattress under a huge skylight.
VIDEO: Her Boho Style Tiny Home & Outdoor Paradise
- DIY build
- Lots of reclaimed materials
- Barn wood walls
- Flooring from “extra” piles her neighbors had
- Hardwood flooring countertops
- DIY composting toilet
- Grandmother’s stained-glass window
- Huge skylight
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