It’s fun to see some of the innovative ideas people come up with with all of the cool tiny houses being created these days. This small house, which was inspired by a prominent tiny house builder, is one of the cutest and most functional structures ever, and it’s also one of the most economical. Derek “Deek” Diedricksen, a well-known small house builder, devised the initial tiny house design, which Alla and her husband Garrett then erected on their property in Missoula, Montana. Deek built his tiny house for $1,200, but the pair was able to reduce the cost of their project to only $700. They were able to accomplish this by utilizing a variety of reclaimed materials. They already had all of the window frames, nails, plywood, and logs on their property. The small house was just another fun project the couple chose to take on to establish a guest cottage on their property because they already enjoyed undertaking DIY projects. The little house was completed in just three weeks, which is rather astounding. They now have a lovely little guest house where they can entertain guests and relatives. Some people even utilize Airbnb to rent out little houses like this.
The house, which is hidden among the trees on their property, is separate from the other structures on the site, including their own home, where they reside full-time. The house is situated on a raised wooden patio with enough seating for guests to relax and take in the scenery. There are also hammocks hung from neighboring trees where you may relax and enjoy a nice swing. The wall that rises up and out from the small house, which enhances the space within, is one of the best features of this tiny house design. This wall is also composed entirely of corrugated plastic siding, making it transparent and allowing light and views to pass through whether it is closed or open. The inside is rather small, but there are two single beds that may be pushed together or left apart to comfortably sleep two people. Although there is no running water or a bathroom, there is an outdoor toilet and a solar shower. If guests wish to prepare their own meals or snacks outside, they will be provided with filtered water as well as some basic plates and silverware. In addition to the opening wall, there is a small window and a door leading outdoors if the wall panel has to remain closed.
This small house design could be the one you use if you’ve been dreaming of creating a tiny house to use as a guest house on your own property. It’s simple to construct, and you’ll appreciate how inexpensive it is, especially if you use recycled materials. To find recycled materials, go to various online buy and sell groups and browse in the renovation part of the classified ads. You may also make your own post explaining what you’re looking for and that you’re planning to build a tiny house. You’d be surprised at what individuals are ready to give up. You can find the exact designs that the couple used to create their small guest house on Deek’s website, Relaxshacks.com, where he also offers plenty of helpful tips on how to build a tiny house from the ground up using recycled materials. He also demonstrates how to build full-time tiny houses and has a YouTube channel with tours of the homes he has built as well as information about his tiny house building classes.
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