Tiny House Reclaimed

A 184 square feet tiny house made almost exclusively from reclaimed lumber in Mission, Texas. More photos here.

7 comments

  • Would like to own a house like this with land.

  • awesome were in Texas? Do you habe plans or pics available?

  • I am an avid recycler in Austin, TX tho I was born & grew up in Houston. But after a ‘tour’ in Simi Valley/Moorpark/Camarillo/ Oxnard I became engrossed in recycling by what I was observing throughout the area. In short we see the builder in Mission, TX doing what I highly admire. They have taken the ultimate rustic architecture and materials melling them with relatively very little modern appurtenances but still having to meet present codes.

  • Julie Dana says:

    Most of the tiny tiny houses aren’t appropriate for us and I don’t need the mobility factor…..I LOVE this one. Where can I get plans???

  • Jürgen says:

    Love the rustic exterior and interior of this one! I could be happy having this on about 50 acres and no neighbors!

  • Thank you for the encouraging words. I am the builder of this tiny house. It was a great deal of fun to build. I do not have plans for it at the moment, but we are offering it for sale. Check out our website for details and contact information. I am currently working on a second tiny house from reclaimed materials, which I am building between breakfast tacos and siesta time.

  • This is an absolute awesome example of material reuse. I wish I had your talent and vision to be able to design as you do! I’m currently building a cabin in the woods and I wish I had seen this before I started. I’m using new material and I almost feel ashamed after seeing how I could have done it. What’s really sad is that I’m retired and have the time to look and gather material. Well, at least I can do some of the interior using reclaimed material. Would love to see your new creation when you’re done.

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