Victor Mauricio

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Converting a shed into a tiny house is an option. This yard shed can be purchased at about $7,000 for a 12x20. The gambrel (barn) roof allows way more head space in the loft space.

After a lot of careful research and considering what my realistic options and abilities are in terms of building and financing, I have decided that converting a shed into a tiny house is my best option.

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Yard is very important corner of your great house because it is the place you can relax in the upcoming warm days. don’t ignore the yard landscaping. And if you happen to have a yard includes a hill or hillside space than this is the post [.

KODA is a tiny solar-powered house that can move with its owners KODA by Kodasema – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building - created via https://pinthemall.net

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From Byron Bay, Australia is the 10' wide Zen Tiny Home. It combines Japanese and Scandinavian influences to create a modern style with relaxing atmosphere.

From Byron Bay, Australia is the wide Zen Tiny Home. It combines Japanese and Scandinavian influences to create a modern style with relaxing atmosphere.

Yard is very important corner of your great house because it is the place you can relax in the upcoming warm days. So when you plan to design your house exterior, don’t ignore the yard landscaping. And if you happen to have a yard includes a hill or hillside space than this is the post [...]

Yard is very important corner of your great house because it is the place you can relax in the upcoming warm days. So when you plan to design your house exterior, don’t ignore the yard landscaping. And if you happen to have a yard includes a hill or hills

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Belgian architecture firm l’escaut expanded the footprint of a graphic designer’s home in Belgium with this tiny sunken workshop topped with a green roof.