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I’ve slowly been formulating a plan in my mind (for a loooong time now) as to which materials to look out for, and/or keep for myself, when scrounging curbs, craigslist, and the offered garages of others. Ultimately, I hope to build some sort of treehouse, or “land-house” inn, but almost entirely so from scrap materials, free junk, and castaway odds and ends. The end result will be damn funky, and I plan on having one entire wall made with non-matching windows, so that this guest house (without drawn shades or shade-trellis) can double as an off season greenhouse.
We/me here at relaxshacks.com have a FEW projects in the works, but this one’s been occupying my thoughts more and more as of recent. So, I think after years of mentally daydreaming and planning, it’ll soon enough be time to start getting serious about this little endeavor.
So far, aside from tons of doors, windows, and lumber to pick from, I recently acquired a living room’s worth of vintage wainscotting/bead-board, some really cool lighting fixtures, a HUGE double pane bay window, one gigantic tree stump cut so as to make a nice rustic coffee table, and a slew of other soon to be used materials….
Eventually, this will be one of my “larger” tiny/small house/cabin projects, in my long dabblings with micro-architecture. Just daydreaming about it is always half the fun!
Meanwhile, check out this ultra cool toilet plunger lamp project! Easy to make, and it looks very presentable/modern!
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