9 tiny houses made from recycled materials
It's no secret: The blogosphere has become obsessed with tiny houses. Blame it on skyrocketing real-estate prices and shrinking city lots, but skinny, mini, and smartly designed have suddenly become serious selling points. With eco-friendly building simultaneously on the rise, it's no shocker that Ryan Adams—the Charlotte, North Carolina blogger behind The Tiny Life—has released a new book called Tiny Houses Built with Recycled Materials (Adams Media; $27) that catalogues minuscule homes, from a corrugated metal-clad cabin in the mountains of Colorado to a mud hut in Oregon.
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