I just ran into this bunkhouse tiny house and thought I’d share it with you. The owner of the little cabin, Sue, runs a blog called A Porch of My Own hence the name of this post. She had the shell of the cabin built by a company that delivered it right to her property as you’ll see in the photos below. Then she slowly finished the interior. It’s actually still a work in progress that’s already looking quite nice and I imagine it will start getting better and better. So far she’s spent much less than $10,000 but it is an ongoing project. Doesn’t it look relaxing?
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You can see the cabin shell being delivered on a trailer in the photos below:
Next, you can see them getting the house from the trailer and onto the ground.
I suppose with the right trailer and tools it can be relatively straightforward. This part would make me nervous though.
Sue has already decorated part of her house for the Halloween season. 🙂
And eventually there will be a porch. Until then she’s making improvements here and there to the interior. Let’s take a look..
Currently, it’s a one room set up with two beds. That’s why she calls it the bunkhouse.
Check out the bathroom below:
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