Tiny Houses Built with Salvaged Materials in Model Village
Enjoy a thought-provoking trip to Salvage, Texas in our latest short documentary.
Building tiny houses with salvaged materials is cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and can even lead to a new way of thinking. It certainly did for Tiny Texas Houses founder Brad Kittell. He shares his vision for creating hope from trash—his Pure Salvage Living philosophy:
"We hope to promote the use of salvaged and organic materials to create healthy tiny homes and to be used in a variety of applications. We believe we can create a drastic environmental, political, and social change by simply adopting the idea that salvage "saves."
Salvage, Texas - a Model Tiny House Village
"What’s trash for one person is treasure to another."-Brad Kittell, creator of Salvage Texas
Tiny Houses Built with Salvaged Materials
Vicky Won is a 10’x17′ open floor plan Victorian-styled cottage. Of the tiny houses built with salvaged materials in the model village, this one is most suited as a standalone, full-time livable home with both a kitchen and bathroom. The majority of the other homes require the use of the community bathhouse, which is part of a communal vision of living.
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