TINY HOME MADE OF SURPLUS HOME MATERIALS

No Building Materials Left To Waste

A custom tiny homes developer in New Zealand has created what it called the Bitser Tiny House. Unlike its usual customized homes, what makes this house different is the materials used. Seeing a lot of unused surplus pieces from other custom homes, the developers decided to utilize the scrap pieces and turn them into another cabin. The result is a towable compact cabin that is 6m big and is built on steel frames and vinyl cladding.

Inside, the interiors are minimally designed with light filling most of the room. A living room is available with a swivel table to act as a dining table. The kitchen is complete with basic amenities such as a fridge, propane stove, sink, and oven. There is also a washing machine and heater. The cabin can only accommodate one bedroom with a king-sized bed but it also has a separate home office area.

The cabin can be owned for roughly $70,000. This includes a turnkey build with some furniture and appliances.

The Bitser Tiny House was completed in March and a staff member liked it so much she immediately snapped it up for herself, though the firm’s happy to build another like it.

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