Mother Earth Living


Texas-Style Tiny Houses

Tiny Texas Houses uses old stuff to make funky new homes—all less than 300 square feet.



Salvaged windows date to the 1880s. The siding is made of salvaged old-growth cypress from circa 1910. The 19th-century doors have some of their original patina.
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Kittel’s team used 9-foot-tall side walls and a shallower-than-usual roof pitch to create a feeling of spaciousness. Ceiling wood dating to the 1880s retains remnants of its original paint.
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