A home that’s small, portable, stylish, and a do-it-yourself project? Sounds like a win to me. Purchase the guide with the detailed instructions on constructing the Bunk Box Tiny House. Built on a 16 foot trailer, the Bunk Box is a total of 197 square feet of living space (including a sleeping loft). The walls are left open, exposing the frame and electrical work. This gives the homeowner an extra seven inches of width and also works as a stylish décor. The insulation is wrapped on the outside instead of residing within the walls. The plans are extensive and even offer material suggestions.
Factoid: There is a tiny house village in Seattle where homeless residents can sleep, eat and shower. Designed to help them back on their feet, it only costs residents $90 a month to cover utilities.
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