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Tiny House Made Of Salvaged Materials

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In Portland, Oregon

Here's a tiny house that also happens to be home made from salvaged materials!

As the couple says here, they don't take their architectural pieces too seriously.

Tomato sauce cans from the local pizza shop became siding, providing a metal clad wall that insurance companies love. A neighbor's old chimney became brick foundation. A porch swing was crafted from a Dairy Queen bench.

And inside, wallpaper was created from old flour sacks and paper shopping bags!

People who live in tiny houses have plenty of unique space saving tips to share, and especially these folks who are especially creative and resourceful.

It also helps to come to the house with a great sense of humor! Check out their wine and champagne caddy under the floor!

--Bibi Farber

This video was produced by Fair Companies