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Neat Tiny House that required lots of sweat equity but only $ 1000 cash!!

Deep in the woods of Northern California. Spring water and solar power and scavenged wood and antique portholes from real ships. All for about $1000!

Neat Tiny House that required lots of sweat equity but only $ 1000 cash!!

Deep in the woods of Northern California. Spring water and solar power and scavenged wood and antique portholes from real ships. All for about $1000!

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Moon to Moon Blog: Free Spirit Spheres and are  set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Is this an escape pod?

Too cool not to share this ” Escape Pod “

Mason St Peter’s Reclaimed Timber Cabin

This tiny woodland cabin was designed and built by architect Mason St. Peter, with the help of a few friends. After visiting a friend’s cabin in the Topanga Canyon in California, Mason was inspired to build his own. The retreat is constructed from reclaimed wood and materials that were left over from the construction of other cabins in the area.

Mason St Peter’s Reclaimed Timber Cabin

This tiny woodland cabin was designed and built by architect Mason St. Peter, with the help of a few friends. After visiting a friend’s cabin in the Topanga Canyon in California, Mason was inspired to build his own. The retreat is constructed from reclaimed wood and materials that were left over from the construction of other cabins in the area.

Good guy with a Concealed Weapon stops a stabbing of another employee be a recently converted Muslim who had just beheaded another facility employee with a knife in Oklahoma today. A plant executive who is a reserve police officer used the force required to stop this deadly assault. If you care for your loved ones, it is time to take a weapons course and obtain your concealed weapons permit. 

Can you imagine having your children there being stabbed to death and not being able to protect them ??

Good guy with a Concealed Weapon stops a stabbing of another employee be a recently converted Muslim who had just beheaded another facility employee with a knife in Oklahoma today. A plant executive who is a reserve police officer used the force required to stop this deadly assault. If you care for your loved ones, it is time to take a weapons course and obtain your concealed weapons permit.

Can you imagine having your children there being stabbed to death and not being able to protect them ??

Good guy with a Concealed Weapon stops a stabbing of another employee be a recently converted Muslim who had just beheaded another facility employee with a knife in Oklahoma today. A plant executive who is a reserve police officer used the force required to stop this deadly assault. If you care for your loved ones, it is time to take a weapons course and obtain your concealed weapons permit. 

Can you imagine having your children there being stabbed to death and not being able to protect them ??

Good guy with a Concealed Weapon stops a stabbing of another employee be a recently converted Muslim who had just beheaded another facility employee with a knife in Oklahoma today. A plant executive who is a reserve police officer used the force required to stop this deadly assault. If you care for your loved ones, it is time to take a weapons course and obtain your concealed weapons permit.

Can you imagine having your children there being stabbed to death and not being able to protect them ??

The Insite Home – A Tiny Solar-Powered House In Vermont Built Of Reclaimed Materials

The Insite home is a house with a very creative and efficient design. It was built and designed by a team from Middlebury College for Solar Decathlon 2013 and it was intended for young families. The design focuses on energy efficiency and sustainability and the goal was to create a comfortable living environment which doesn’t require ongoing maintenance.

The tiny house has a steel frame and wood siding and the team also used locally-sourced and reclaimed materials for the project such as the barn wood siding. The walls are filled with cellulose and have a 14” thick insulating barrier, perfect for the cold Vermont winters. Insite has a 971 sq ft (90.2 sq m) floor plan without including the mechanical room.

The main living space has a large island which separates the kitchen from the sitting area and there’s also a dining nook in the corner. The steel structural frame and ductwork are exposed here for an industrial touch. The living area and the bedrooms are separated for privacy.

The bedrooms are small but cozy and there’s an overall warm and comfortable décor throughout. The exposed steel features give the house an industrial chic look while the wood elements add warmth to the space and also make the rooms look elegant and timeless. The mechanical room is centrally-located and it’s the tallest part of the house.{found on smallhousebliss and images by Carolyn Bates Photography}.

Tiny house - Guest Bed Area

Andrew and Crystal Odom live in a tiny house, part of their Tiny r(E)volution to live the tiny, minimalist life. They are raising a family in a small Jay Shafer inspired trailer and writing about it on their blog. They share more than just information; for Christmas, they are giving away plans for a very clever built in roll out bed. They write:

Like any family we enjoy having house guests and visits from friends and family. But with just 240 square feet it is sometimes quite difficult. That is why when we realized our “tiny office” had the potential to be so much more. Imagine turning your home office or detached studio into a beautiful and cozy guest bedroom in less then 3 minutes? That is what our Built In Roll Out Bed allows you to do.

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It is made of two boxes; the bigger one against the wall is for the storage of the mattress the smaller one on the face is an accordion-like bed platform that pulls out from the wall. The whole thing takes about 9 hours to build from materials worth about US$268.

Frankly, I looked a this and thought it was a lot of work when a futon on the floor would be fine. But Andrew has higher standards than I do.

While many people can find a nights comfort on a futon or even a sleeping mat typically reserved for camping/hiking, most guests prefer something a bit more inviting. Even blow up mattresses can be cumbersome when your interior walls are less than 8-feet across. In this case, a folding bed is a perfect solution for guests. It can be collapsed when not in use (as it doesn’t take up much space) yet easy to unfold and set up for guests.

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Tiny Caboose House

This tiny house was built in the fall of 2012, it was also constructed with the specialized “Raycore” SIP panels. It has 3 bunks, large shower and toilet. It has Milguard Low-E, Argon gas windows and weighs approx. 9600lbs

A tiny house on wheels in Ogden, Utah. Built by Maximum Extreme.