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August 31, 2016 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Interesting

Alek Lisefski is a web designer who decided to take everything we know about building a house and flip it on its head. Instead of going in debt for hundreds of thousands of dollars, he built his own home for the low, low price of $30,000. It’s only 8x20ft, but that’s what makes it awesome. It’s a tiny house, it’s mobile and it looks so cool I would give anything to live in it for a day.

This is Lisefski’s tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The interior is light and airy, with white walls and 10 windows for optimal light.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The home may look small, but it has everything Lisefski and his girlfriend Anjali might need. They even have a combo washer/dryer unit.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

Lisefski did almost all of the construction work himself, and tried to source as many sustainable materials as possible.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The home is uncluttered, with plenty of innovative storage spaces. There are shelves, fold-away cupboards, and hooks to hang things.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The couple discussed beforehand what they needed to make the home work for them.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

For instance, Anjali knew she wanted a standing desk and a tall closet — both of which they were able to accommodate in their new tiny home.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

There’s also a sitting desk and a fold-out table where the couple have dinner.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The house doesn’t feel cramped, thanks to the tall 13+ foot ceilings. There’s also a ceiling fan for when it gets hot, and the gorgeous ceiling was made from sustainably harvested blue stain beetle-kill pine.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

Lisefski tried to outfit the home with high-quality products that could have dual purposes, such as this teensy stove/oven that’s usually installed in boats.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 



The couple have access to pressured city water, which simplifies the plumbing process. Shelves help them find room for all their ingredients in the small kitchen area.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

They even have a tiny fridge and storage for pots and pans.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The couple climb a ladder to get upstairs to the bedroom.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

Lisefski has his own closet space, and there are more shelves for their knick-knacks. The home also fits a sizeable bed.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The goal of the tiny home was for the couple to keep only what they needed.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The pair compost all their waste with a home-made composting toilet. Here’s a look at their tiny sink setup.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

The shower, bathroom sink, and kitchen sink are all propane-heated with on-demand hot water.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

Currently, the couple are living in California on a host family’s property. They pay a small rent for the land and do some occasional yard work.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

This is Lisefski's tiny home, which was built on a flatbed trailer. It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide, and 20 feet long, and can be pulled behind a car.

 

More Info: The Tiny Project

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One Response to “This 31 Year Old Was Sick Of Expensive Rent And High Costs. This Is What He Did!”

  1. Tom Thumb Says:
    September 3rd, 2015 at 4:36 am

    …This is Lisefski’s tiny home … It measures 13 feet and four inches tall, eight feet by six inches wide’…

    Six inches wide? Wow! That must be for skinny people.

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