Crystal is a self-proclaimed introvert who prefers living on her own, so she jumped at the opportunity to put down roots in the “middle-of-nowhere” Alaska in her own dry tiny cabin.
She purchased her basic shell about four years ago, and has used reclaimed, thrifted, and gifted materials to transform the place into her happy home. During the past 9 months she’s been adding a loft to the space and creating a master bedroom. Her next project will be getting a shallow well so she can have running water.
Her simple life has made her grateful for the little things — like electricity which she lived without for a whole year! Watch her interview with Tiny Home Tours below.
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She Lived Without Electricity for a Year!
Until just recently, her queen bed lived in the main room.
She has quite the spacious kitchen for a tiny house.
Here’s her loft bedroom, which she has since insulated for winter.
Her own secluded piece of paradise!
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