If you are looking for an alternative backyard studio, a little getaway or even somewhere to live, take a note of the tiny house Derek Diedricksen built. As a builder who builds some awesome tree houses, he decided to use a little ingenuity and use scraps and junk to make a teeny tiny Micro-home. And he started off with just $200!
Diedricksen’s $200 homes make use of materials not usually associated with home-building, like pickle-jars for windows, wine bottles and the round glass from a washing machine door. He searched junk sales and junk yards for building materials, finding and using frying pan bases, broken brass cymbals and plastic water coolers.