Travel Cottage Made with Antique House Parts

One of a kind “new” thirty two foot long travel cottage featuring “old” house parts throughout. A sampling of the antique building materials in the cottage include: a Dutch door, a genuine vintage ice box, reclaimed bead board ceiling, reclaimed pumpkin pine flooring, a 1930’s gas cook stove, and an antique copper kitchen sink–the cottage […]

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Fencl Update #6

Tuesday, I went out to Jay’s at the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company to check on the latest progress of the Fencl. When I left last week they were just starting to put in the interior tongue and groove wall panelling. As you can see, the main walls have been covered and they are working on finishing all […]

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School Project Tiny House

Ted Fort in Salvo, NC on the Outer banks and a group of students are building a 96 square foot house using completely found materials. The goal, and so far it’s working, is for the total cost to be nothing. I’ll let Ted tell you about it below. Well, essentially, a group of three other […]

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