Sunset Cottage Straw Bale Plans on Sale

I have been working with Gabriella Morrison wife of Andrew Morrison of Strawbale.com to put together a special package for tiny house enthusiasts. The Morrison’s have put together a package that includes the Sunset Cottage Plans, the How-To Guide To Building With Straw Bales (Post and Beam) 2 DVD set, the How-To Guide To Plastering with Natural Hydraulic Lime (NHL), and the How-To Guide To Pouring a Monolithic Concrete Slab Foundation. Five and a half hours of Andrew’s video training. The usual retail price of this package is $375 and for a short time they are giving readers of the Tiny House Blog a discount price of $99.

Andrew Morrison is an easy to understand instructor and you get a little feel of his teaching ability in this video below. He has produced a number of hot selling videos and I will be reviewing his latest How-To Guide To Building With Straw Bales (Post and Beam) next week.

 

This charming cottage is perfect for the Tiny House enthusiast! Straw Bale construction lends itself very well to space-conscious builders because the thickness of the bales allows for all types of carved-in wall niches to be created, allowing for storage/shelving right in the walls. Straw bale window sills are also wonderful for creating window seats, eliminating the need for chairs.

The Sunset Cottage has room for a full sized fold-down couch, a large set of wall shelves, a large work desk with file cabinets on the side, a substantial window seat, a small set of shelves, and plenty of floor space to walk around the room in. And with a little modification, you can create space for a tiny bathroom and kitchen as well.

So if you have been thinking of building your first straw bale structure purchase the Sunset Cottage Plans Today by click here.

Your purchase helps support this blog. As an affiliate of StrawBale.com a percentage of the purchase goes to the Tiny House Blog.

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bill - March 25, 2011 Reply

Looks more like an a way for Andrew to make some money. He should pay for the advertizement.

    Benjamin - March 26, 2011 Reply

    I find some advertisements more worth watching than others. I fully support this type of ‘ad’ and hope Kent isn’t dissuaded by your attitude.

      A.M. - February 4, 2013 Reply

      The logical result of seeing insanely cute little houses, is to want one… which will ultimately require buying one, having one built or building it oneself. Which means someone will have to be explaining, if not supplying those options.

      I dare say reading all about it in one place sure beats spending hours of our lives with google.

      One of my pet peeves, actually, is the “useless blog.” Those blogs that tell you about all sorts of really awesome things… but never where to get one yourself, how to get someone else to make one for you, or how to built it yourself if no one else will. So basically, it’s like the obnoxious rich kid you knew in grade school that insisted upon showing off everything they had, just to make everyone else jealous.

      I’ll take this kind of blog any day!

saundra - March 25, 2011 Reply

I love it….:)…

Moontreeranch - March 25, 2011 Reply

I have a number of Strawbale building books for sale over on my blog page.

http://kmswoodworks.wordpress.com/

If your interested you can drop me an email

kmswoodworks@yahoo.com

I’m heading down to out small cabin tomorrow for another “build” week. I hope to get a lot more of the T&G up on the inside…and if the northern New Mexico weather cooperates maybe a little work done outside too.

Kevin

Krystal - March 25, 2011 Reply

Wow, looks really nice and such a good price!

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