This is a 450 sq. ft. garden shed that owner, Sofie and her husband decided to build so they can live in it while renovating their main house. It has a kitchenette, a beautiful indoor/outdoor bathroom with a lush outdoor pink bath, and bedroom pods that are currently home for this family of four.
Check out the photo tour below and let us know what you think about this garden shed in the comments below!
This is the story of David Rule and how he’s building his dream tiny house for less than $8,000.
He started by buying a used car hauler trailer along with whatever tools he needed and he just started getting to work and learning as he went. The result? His very own self-built, affordable tiny home shell.
David and his wife worked on renovating the kitchen in this Kilifi round cottage so that his mother-in-law can live here in her retirement. The beautiful cottage has panoramic coastal views and plenty of outdoor space to enjoy. The name “Ula” is the Celtic word for “seashell.”
The cottage is about 40 feet in diameter and two floors. There are two bedrooms upstairs, and a tennis court and garden space outdoors. Enjoy the pictures he sent!
Most of you know Marsha and her famous tiny house builds that she has so graciously shared with us over the years. This is an update on her 8×8 shed tiny house since she added a customized French door.
From her micro houses to her short-bus skoolie conversion, to her more recent truck-bed micro cottage and her shed tiny house in Denton, North Carolina, Marsha has built quite a number of micro and tiny homes. In this post, you’ll get to see the latest improvements to her 8×8 shed-based tiny home! The most notable improvement is that she replaced a standard white exterior door with a custom French door which makes the world of a difference! Check it out!
It’s a handmade travel trailer/camper that can be used as a guest suite, Airbnb, or traveling tiny home. It includes bunk beds, a shower, kitchen, fold-down table/desk, bench seat, and it was originally built in 2015. What do you think?
This is a $12k high-top van conversion. These days it’s pretty rare to see a van conversion for less than $30,000, let alone under-$20,000, or $15,000.
So here’s one. It’s one couple’s first van conversion. The van is a 1999 Chevy Express 1500 high top with 140,000 miles with an asking price of $12,000. They converted it themselves in 2019. Check it out!
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