I had to share this story of a man who converted an old tool shed into a beautiful micro cabin for he and his fiance so they can live mortgage-free.
He took an 8′ x 12′ tool shed and added insulation, windows, sheet rock and electricity.
Since he and his fiance work a lot they really just use a 96 sq. ft. minimalist cabin to rest and sleep at night.
Man Converts Tool Shed into Debt-free Micro Home
Learn why and how he did it in the video/interview and tour below:
Long Work Hours Means Little Time Spent at Home
Since they get up in the morning and immediately leave for work and then they come back at night to watch a movie and go right to sleep they just don’t need much.
Using Laptops and Phones for Entertainment
They don’t need a big entertainment center, either, because right now they can just watch whatever they want from their computer.
Shelving Instead of Closets
Instead of a closet they simply just use open shelving and a covered storage area underneath the bed.
The classic firewood stove easily heats up the place for hours on end with wood gathered from around the farm.
Clean Up Takes Just 5 Minutes!
Best of all it only takes 5 minutes to clean up the place. And since there’s no place for clutter, there just isn’t any of it!
VIDEO: How this Man Converted a Tool Shed into a Minimalist Micro Cabin
Read the original article on Bryan’s tool shed conversion at Faircompanies.
Watch the video on YouTube on Kirsten Dirksen’s Channel.
Have You Ever Thought of Converting a Shed into a Micro Cabin?
Would you ever convert and live in a shed? Have you ever thought about it? What would your set up look like? Let us know in the comments!
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