Tiny Houses Built w/ Salvaged Materials in Model Village

Building tiny houses with salvaged materials is cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and can even lead a new way of thinking. It certainly did for @ founder, Brad Kittell. He shares his vision for creating hope from trash–his Pure Living philosophy:
“We hope to promote the use of salvaged and organic materials to create healthy tiny homes and to be used in a variety of applications. We believe we can create a drastic environmental, political, and social change by simply adopting the idea that salvage “saves.”

Enjoy a thought-provoking trip to Salvage, Texas in our latest short #documentary.

🏡👉Learn more and to visit: https://salvagetx.com and http://tinytexashouses.com

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20 Comments

  1. Enjoy a thought-provoking trip to Salvage, Texas. Tiny Texas Houses​ founder, Brad Kittell shares his Pure Salvage Living philosophy: “We hope to promote the use of salvaged & organic materials to create healthy tiny homes & to be used in a variety of applications. We believe we can create a drastic environmental, political & social change by simply adopting the idea that salvage “saves.” See links in the description to learn more. 👉 *Another approach to sustainable living in an EcoVillage w/legal tiny homes:* https://youtu.be/QLR8s-pLTD8

  2. Been following him for many years, he is so interesting and his buildings reflect it, plus I am a lover of old houses and things and I love to see them recycled into “new” old houses, can’t wait to build my own with my pile of recycled collectibles 😁👍, and yes I have a tiny skoolie but dreamed of a tiny house first…….

  3. These homes are so charming and unique. Since they aren’t on wheels, they don’t have the same height restrictions…allows for some really beautiful architecture. The setting is beautiful. I loved seeing all the salvaged materials…roof tiles, door knobs, wood, windows…what a treasure trove! 🥰

  4. This is not a new concept. My Grandfather built the house I was raised in from used materials from homes and buildings that were being torn down and demolished back in the 70s. It was my job at a very young age to pull the nails out of the wood boards so they would be ready to use again. I believe it Led to in part of my corporal tunnel in both wrists. The house was 4 bedrooms 2 full bathrooms formal dining room and big utility room/laundry room. Older material were made so much better and with a lot of Pride then they are nowadays. I am glad more people are realizing this. There is way to much wasted material nowadays. Keep up the awesome work!

  5. I’ve seen Brad on You Tube before but this video helped me understand his philosophy much better. I believe there would be plenty of people willing to live like this. You Tube can really help change happen quickly when unique ideas are shared world wide at the same time! Thanks for making this video. I loved it!

  6. Great job just letting him talk his philosophy, it was a very interesting take on our American world. Awesome little village that he has imagined and built! I love The Kidd

  7. I’m in love,the Old world &old ways aren’t working anymore. This dude auto hook up with Mike Renolds!!!! This old world’s going to hell in a handbasket, time to brainstorm practical sustainable solutions and truly: ‘be the change we wish to see in the world’! sign me up lol!!

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