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This is a tiny house built with reclaimed cedar in Marrowstone Island, Washington.

It’s located just down the road from east beach county park and is available as a vacation rental that you can book using Airbnb.

The tiny house is 240 sq. ft. with two sleeping lofts, a full kitchen, and bathroom with composting toilet. Take the tour below and let us know what you think in the comments. Thanks!

Reclaimed Cedar Tiny House Vacation on Marrowstone Island

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Images via Airbnb

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This is Robin Hood’s Hideout, a magical storybook cottage by Havenwald in Dipping Springs, Texas (near Austin) that you can book as your next tiny house vacation.

Robin Hood’s Hideout is a tiny, storybook cottage made almost entirely of architectural salvage. Cedar, walnut, carved doorknobs, stained glass and a knightly chandelier are just a few of the 30+ vintage materials that charm this little bungalow. Our place is called Havenwald, which means “haven in the woods.” Oaks, cedars, wildlife and starry skies stay here. Tranquility, respect and kindness stay here. When you stay here, we hope you’ll discover why we say at Havenwald, magic stays here!1

Photos © Havenwald

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This is the Bella Donna Cabin built by Hobbitat Spaces.

This particular cabin sits among the trees at Blue Moon Rising in McHenry, Maryland, and you can rent it out for the night. If you love the quaint feel, get in touch with Hobbitat Spaces who built the home and ask about getting your very own. I really love the big open living area and kitchen with a great island for preparing food and eating with friends and family.

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Bella Donna Tiny Cabin on a Foundation by Hobbitat Spaces in McHenry, Maryland – You Can Vacation Here Too…

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

Images via Blue Moon Rising

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Some of my favorite tiny houses are those that make great use of reclaimed materials. It’s awesome to re-purpose the old and make it something new, both because it adds character, and because it’s better for the environment in most cases.

That’s where Reclaimed West in Colorado comes in. This company makes it their job to find materials (like old barns) to reclaim. Some of the stuff they use to create furniture and art, and some of it they sell in it’s raw state for builders and artists to re-purpose.

If you are still in the planning stages of your tiny house journey, it’s worth taking a look at the materials and finished products they offer!

Related: Rustic Tiny House Built with Reclaimed Barn Wood!

Reclaimed West: Re-Purposed Tiny House Materials

Images via Reclaimed West

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This is a rustic tiny house on wheels built with reclaimed barn wood.

It’s for sale (asking $26,000) and located in Cedaredge, Colorado.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

The $26k Rustic Tiny House in Cedaredge

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This is one couple’s DIY tiny house on wheels that they built using 80% reclaimed materials in New Zealand for only about $10,000 in United States Dollars.

Shortly after moving to New Zealand together from the United States, Cori and Patrick decided they would build their own tiny home on a trailer using mostly recycled materials. When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchen with pull-out dining table, storage lofts, living area with a pull-out bed, and a bathroom. When you watch the full video tour below, you’ll get to learn how they used a handful of creative tricks to re-use materials in smart ways throughout their tiny home.

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Couple Build $10k Tiny House with 80% Reclaimed Materials

Couple Build $10k Tiny House with 80% Reclaimed Materials

Images © LivingBiginaTinyHouse via YouTube

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