Tiny homes everywhere are built with the aim of creating a practical living space, along with affordability and sometimeseven the ability to move home locations easily.
Tinyhomes can seem a bit crampedfor regular homeowners, but some people just don’t need or want the space that a regular home provides.
For others, a tiny home fits their lifestyle better. Or maybe it’s just the only thing that they can afford.
Of course, some tiny homes aren’t much of a price cutif you have to make them yourself and spend money on materials, labor and all of that fun building stuff.
But, the end result is usually much more cost efficient in the long run.
And for the two that you’re about to meet below, not only did they end up with a tiny home that will be cost efficient to them, they actually made a teeny tiny budget within the creation of it too.
How did they do it? They went dumpster diving!
From grocery store dumpsters and construction sites, they found the materials they needed and they started hammering. When it’s finished, it only cost them $420 total, and now they live rent free in a land of tiny homes!
I guess it’s true what they say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
Originally found athttp://littlethings.com/