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The Pros and Cons of Reusing Materials

I’ve been around this tiny house block for some time; years, in fact. I remember reading my first post by Kent. The year was 2010 and the article was about a guest cabin somewhere in North Dakota or Colorado or somewhere like that. (I have since found out it was Paul’s Guest House in Ennis, Montana […]

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Tinywood Homes Extend Living Space with Gazebos and Hot Tubs

Aidan Reeve of the Tinywood Homes company in Warwickshire, England has been a professional designer and builder for over 20 years and created these tiny and luxurious little homes for glamping purposes. However, these well-designed structures (with optional wood heated hot tubs) can be lived in full time. The Tinywoods are rented in the Warwickshire area, but […]

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The Tiny House: Planing Your Reclaimed Lumber

There is something to be said for revisiting experiences. No matter how much progression the tiny house movement makes there are still some fundamental lessons to be learned. One of those lessons is how to properly salvage wood. There is some misconception in just pilfering wood from an old barn and tacking it right up as […]

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