[BEFORE & AFTER] The Self-Assembled Tiny House

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Yoga instructor, Rebecca Grim designed the Keva Tiny House, so its called, and it was then built by carpenter friend Rudy Hexter and his apprentice Lenny. Located in the forest on Salt Spring Island, in Canada’s West Coast, it measures 22 feet long, and has an area of 168 feet, plus a 64-square-foot loft.  The house also has a porch that’s covered with clear plexiglass and is made of 8′ x 8′ pallets that can be easily dismantled and moved. Inside is a charming cast-iron wood stove beside a built-in bench naturally lit with large windows. Upstairs is a lofted bed with a shed-style roof with an installed skylight. Graywater is collected in a 5-gallon container outside and reused to water the garden. It took only six months and USD $38,500 to build this tiny cottage. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page! 

 

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