Super Affordable Off-Grid Tiny House Built With Old Fence Palings

Building a using salvaged or can be an amazing way of keeping the cost down. If you’re prepared to put in some extra work, it’s incredible how some old materials which would otherwise be finding their way to the dump can be transformed into a wonderful home.

Jesse has put lots of work into this home and the result is a wonderful and whimsical feeling on wheels, where old have been turned into cladding and cabinetry and old windows discarded on a farm have been give new life. Thanks to some very resourceful sourcing of materials (and of course his skill as a tiny house builder) he has been able to build am amazing and .

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The home is designed to be completely off the gird, with and rain-water collection giving him the freedom to park this wherever he wants. If you’re looking for some great tips for keeping the cost of your tiny house down, there’s lots of information to be found here. I hope you enjoy this episode!

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

’ © 2019 Zyia Pictures Ltd

20 Comments

  1. I really like the design of the house, inside and outside. How well the door works with the roofline and windows, how light and airy the interior feel. Best feature to me is the kitche L-shape in combination with the very clever stair. If I ever came to build me own tiny, i would look at his ideas for shure. I enter this build in the “best tiny house 2019” clip. Maybe there could bee a viewers choice competition at the end of 2019? 😀

  2. I understand “Repurposed”. But there are many building products considered “Green” because they are easily renewable. Easily compostable- Bamboo, palm, glass products-and this or that.
    I spent hours recently in a Home Depot just reading labels, signs and brochures. Gets a little confusing but I’d guess someone has published “The List”. In my area (Chicago) there’s probably a list…of items that somehow fell off a truck.

  3. Very nicely done 🙂 you can really tell he had a plan when he started this house and it’s absolutely beautiful ❤️😎

  4. Hey Bryce, many thanks for your awesome inspirations. This one’s a special treat! Love it. Can you or the builder tell us, how much it weighs? Very interesting for countries like Germany where you got a restriction limit of 3.5t including the trailer.
    Maybe he even knows the shingles’ weight? What insulation did he use?
    Thank you for your time and reading. 🙂
    Have a great day!

  5. That sure didn’t feel like 160 sq ft. I love the kitchen and the separation of the bar to make the living room an actual room. I think he’s made a beautiful home. I love your wrap-ups at the end of each vid. You are very eloquent and always pull out the positives without sounding over-the-top.

  6. This is definitely one of my favorite tiny houses. It’s beautiful, whimsical, very functional, spacious and packed with character

  7. I am from India here we don’t have the concept of tiny houses.. but would love to start one.. these videos are more inspiring and gives a way to live in cozy homes

  8. Not a huge fan of the outdoor toilet, but oh boy, has this man done a beautiful job here!!! Plus this: “I wanted this to feel more like a home than a corridor” (allow me to paraphrase). This is exactly how I feel about a lot of tiny homes. This guy got it just right, congrats!!!

  9. Very smart project. Big respect! Even though it’s not a big trailer the amount of space is huge.
    I’ve noticed just that one applience is missing – a washing machine 🤔

  10. I like this one very much. I agree about the stairs usually taking too much space and I like the way he really thought of placing the things he really wanted to have.
    A bit dark inside though.

  11. Wow, it’s like you couldn’t have found a more charming, better looking dude with the best house ever! Fantastic place!

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