Jay Shafer's Stunning $5,000 Tiny House


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  • Living Big In A Tiny House
    Living Big In A Tiny House  Hace 3 meses +1841

    WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW. We made it to 1 million subscribers! I honestly can't believe it. Thank-you all so much for your support to this channel and our journey. It's been such a ride over these past years with lots of ups and downs. Building a tiny house, and starting this channel was absolutely one of the best things I've ever done with my life. Really though, it's you, the viewers who make all this possible, so thank-you for being a part of our journey and helping us to do what we love. My promise to you is that we will continue to seek out incredible small homes to show you, and always work hard to improve the quality of our videos for you.

    Some of you have been with us right from the beginning of this journey and that's an amazing thing. It's great to recognise so many familiar names and comments in the discussion of the videos each week. There's such a strong sense of positive community here and I love that.

    It seems quite fitting that our first video at 1 million subs is of Jay Shafer. Jay was my original inspiration for building a tiny house on wheels, so to get to visit and film a tour of his new design was really special for me. I hope you enjoy this tour, and again, thank-you all for your support of this channel!

    • snowdog001
      snowdog001 Hace 5 días

      what a beautiful note on which to hit the million mark. so thought provoking, such emotional content & executed with such humility & sensitivity, this was really something. well done!

    • Simon Vance
      Simon Vance Hace 7 días

      Congratulations, 1 million subscribed is fricken' amazing dude..

    • Stratubery
      Stratubery Hace 8 días

      Schaeffer is spelled "Schaeffer," not "Shafer." You can be "Shavers," but not Shafer. It's "Schaeffer," derived from the Middle High German "Schaffaere," meaning, appropriately enough, the manager or steward of the head of the household. You can have one "f" if you want, but the "c" and _two_ "e's" are fundamental. Going from Schaeffer to Shafer is taking the tiny thing a bridge too far.

    • Michele Olson
      Michele Olson Hace 19 días

      Congratulations Bryce, I've been a big fan of you, and the rest of the tiny home pioneers, for years! Jay did start it all; how cosmic that he be the one to put you over a million!

      I think the ppl complaining this isn't a home bc it doesn't have a kitchen or toilet are missing the point completely. Just like mega- home builders are expanding homes to include unnecessary amenities such as sport courts and car washes; the THOW community is shining a spotlight on what is truly the basics of home; a quality shelter to protect us from the elements. Jay's tiny home nails this concept. We can share bath and kitchen facilities when necessary, both expensive to build and fit in a TH, with other communal TH dwellers, or use public facilities.

      Solving homelessness should absolutely include building TH communities, on wheels or not. Building ones that utilize communal kitchens and restrooms will decrease costs and allow more quality shelter homes to be built. For temporary, emergency housing, I envision TH bunk houses, parking overnights in empty city parking lots, guarded by Vets, to give shelter to those in immediate danger due to exposure. There aren't enough homeless shelters, and the TH thinking community can help. If only bureaucracy could see it that way? This is so much better than tents, cardboard boxes, or nothing at all.

    • Heaven Sent
      Heaven Sent Hace 23 días

      Living Big In A Tiny House Bryce, Would you be able to add the following information to your videos? In particular when in the United States?
      1. Property costs, property taxes, if any.
      2. Utility costs per month by utility per summer and winter seasons.
      3. How would you have a Tiny Home on the water as far as zoning, etc.
      4. Please interview more Tiny Homes for seniors. I have seen one with the touch-push cabinets, heating floor, no ladder, etc. that was designed by the elderly mother's daughter.
      5. Will you please address purchasing property, zoning laws, etc. for people who don't have family and friends that have property to park on.
      For example, can you park and live in a Tiny Home in an RV park or community?
      Thank you for all of your great videos featuring creative and beautiful Tiny Homes!

  • Angela J
    Angela J Hace 22 horas

    Love this artist! What a beautiful soul

  • Monique Halgat
    Monique Halgat Hace 22 horas

    Love that little desk!

  • gruntqueen
    gruntqueen Hace un día

    I started my tiny house pursuit from being homelessness. You really learn the value of space. This year I try to take a step forward, now that I own land.

  • S SN QN
    S SN QN Hace un día

    So ... where do you poop?

  • thatdamnstarship
    thatdamnstarship Hace un día

    So this is the man who started it all? Amazing!

  • Алексей Кобзев

    Build a tiny house made of empty box and save money, cause it's not even house, its a closet.

  • Luis Enrique Perez
    Luis Enrique Perez Hace un día

    Sorry, not a tiny house...it’s just a mobile room with no bathroom. No thanks.

  • walter chiappini
    walter chiappini Hace un día

    English shepherd but type plans are much better. They have all the amenities and fully function as a real house.

  • Deepikadj22 Verma
    Deepikadj22 Verma Hace 2 días


  • Jordy Nico
    Jordy Nico Hace 2 días

    6:17 you get to see inside 👍🏼

  • Mark Cooke
    Mark Cooke Hace 2 días

    I've been homeless a few times...this man has a beautiful soul....he his richer than any man who has money...

    BTBIANCO Hace 2 días


  • Def Qon
    Def Qon Hace 3 días

    we build toilets like this... in usa its 5k$ house, wow.

  • Hunter Ludwig
    Hunter Ludwig Hace 4 días

    This isn’t a house, it’s a bedroom.

  • ShaoYing Low
    ShaoYing Low Hace 4 días

    Looks very clean and love the wood. Nice! 😊

  • Rosie Pena
    Rosie Pena Hace 4 días

    this simple design can solve the homeless and housing crisis in California. I am going to send this video to the mayor of my city and see if we can start some tiny home communities for the homeless and low income folks. He is a very progressive mayor so I wouldn't be surprised if he goes for it!

  • orver1
    orver1 Hace 5 días

    I wish some of these tiny house owners were less self-congratulatory about what they’ve done. Too many are convinced that they’ve achieved something profoundly heroic. Get over yourself. You’ve built a house.

  • Dusty Gage
    Dusty Gage Hace 5 días

    I don't like this one all I heard is it's a matchstick death trap. Way better ways😢

  • Yanna’s World
    Yanna’s World Hace 6 días

    That is not a house...it is a bedroom😂🤙

  • south star
    south star Hace 6 días

    Could only have started in california.

  • kenneth wright
    kenneth wright Hace 6 días

    Regardless of the reason(s) for anyone being homeless in dis world, if "YOU" have a place to live of your own or living with someone, then "YOU" better count "YOUR" blessings!!! Homelessness is a rapidly growing epidemic. A great number of employed people are truly (1) paycheck away from having no place to live. Again I say - COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS IF YOU'RE NOT THERE (yet) AND PRAY THAT YOU NEVER BECOME HOMELESS (especially in harsh cold or hot weather. God bless all the un-housed people in dis world.

  • kenneth wright
    kenneth wright Hace 6 días

    God bless Jay! 5:55 - 6:08!

  • John Wayne
    John Wayne Hace 6 días

    I PEE 10 times a night !!

  • Evil Weenie
    Evil Weenie Hace 7 días

    Where do you take a shit?

  • Simon Vance
    Simon Vance Hace 7 días

    I like it, but honestly I'd build it a bit bigger. Would still be a small affordable house. I think I prefer small houses not too tiny!

  • Life, Health and Wellness

    Amazing house design, But a more amazing life story. Thank you for sharing this!

  • Chris Longski
    Chris Longski Hace 7 días

    Only 20 years ago qualifies Jay Shafer as utterly nothing with respect to small houses. Ever hear of the 60s in CA and OR ?

  • Mila Rogonjic
    Mila Rogonjic Hace 7 días


  • BookCade NB
    BookCade NB Hace 7 días +1

    For how "Tiny" this HOME is, it packs all the basics you NEED to be comfortable in a Temperate Climate. Yes I said Home. For my fellow Mericans who have never been Homeless like I too have been, or lived in a Van/Car like I too have, this is spectacular. I would certainly change a few things if I built it for myself like finding some way to add even a small non-electric Composting Toilet and a tiny Sink with a Hand Pump fed from a 3 gal container below (to Hobo Shower with) but that's where Van living comes into practice.
    I've lived comfortably with a 4'2" ceiling in Vans that after insulating the walls ended up with a footprint of roughly 55" x 84". Being able to fully stand in Jay's example and stretch out fully on the Bed is comfort like you wouldn't believe if you haven't lived the way many in the World do. Think about what you NEED to exist in Life and then apply that need to a Dwelling and you may be surprised just how much you DON'T need. Plus at ~$5000 and your Auto to tow it, you could easily be debt free. If you can become a Land Stuart somewhere (easier than you think) you could park/live in this for a small amount of sweat equity with almost zero bills.

  • Stratubery
    Stratubery Hace 8 días

    Schaeffer is spelled "Schaeffer," not "Shafer." You can be "Shavers," but not Shafer. It's "Schaeffer," derived from the Middle High German "Schaffaere," meaning, appropriately enough, the manager or steward of the head of the household. You can have one "f" if you want, but the "c" and _two_ "e's" are fundamental. Going from Schaeffer to Shafer is taking the tiny thing a bridge too far.


    I ver y like this men. A beatiful eyes

  • Club1920s-Roleplay
    Club1920s-Roleplay Hace 9 días

    Not sure if you're allowed to tow these things? Whats the rules on towing something like this?

  • Bryce Friedrich
    Bryce Friedrich Hace 9 días

    Home - the place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household.
    House - a building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small group of people.
    Lived-in - (of a room or building) showing comforting signs of wear and habitation.
    Habitation - the state or process of living in a particular place.
    Living - the pursuit of a lifestyle of the specified type.
    Funny, none of the definitions of a home or house state the need of a kitchen, bathroom, yard, or anything else people have mentioned as to reason why they consider this home not to be what it is.
    We, as a society, have become so materialistic that simplicity has become unacceptable. Home is where the heart is.

  • Stephen Anderson
    Stephen Anderson Hace 9 días

    That guy sounds like the lead protagonist in Ozarks

  • Stella Mortis
    Stella Mortis Hace 9 días

    Bryce is so passionate and enthusiastic about every tiny home, this channel is so positive and joyful...I think I'm developing a crush lol

  • No Name
    No Name Hace 10 días

    It's not a house it's a fucking box for homeless

  • Harley Douglas
    Harley Douglas Hace 10 días

    you put a pillow on it you better believe its a beeed

  • A.S.I.A
    A.S.I.A Hace 10 días

    What a wonderful person! My favorite episode thus far! 🥰

  • Alyssa Reach
    Alyssa Reach Hace 10 días

    Love this affordable tiny home.

  • Cindy Drescher
    Cindy Drescher Hace 11 días

    This is a great idea for the homeless out there. People deserve to have a warm home, not living in a cardboard box on the street. They could build community bathrooms and kitchens units for people to share too.

  • Michael Davis
    Michael Davis Hace 11 días

    That guy sounds pretty entitled. Really, because of the laws of the country he was homeless?! Get a job and rent a place and you won’t be homeless. He sounds like he expected that other people should pay his way, and since people wouldn’t he had to resort to building a tiny house. That’s ridiculous

  • Susie Hoppert
    Susie Hoppert Hace 11 días

    I have to agree it is a bedroom and not a house . I think there's a thing is going to simple

    • ZeoCyberG
      ZeoCyberG Hace un día

      Not when the choice is between simple and having nothing at all... Besides, let's not exaggerate. This is far better than being homeless on the streets and he still has access to a bathroom and kitchen. Houses don't have to be completely centralized into one single monolithic structure and there are many types of living arrangements where resources are shared...
      Like your typical family home, shared apartment, hostel, boarding houses, etc.
      Houses can also evolve over time and gain more functionality and features. So starting out basic doesn't mean it has to stay that way...
      When people used to build their own houses and had limited resources that's how they did it, they started out with something basic, sometimes as basic as three walls and roof with a dirt floor, so they can make it through the winter, and then added and built upon it over time until they had everything they needed...

  • Consuelo Vispo
    Consuelo Vispo Hace 11 días

    Wow, just fabulous. Something I would go for in the future. Simple but brilliant and so cozy.

  • Sav3dbyGrace
    Sav3dbyGrace Hace 12 días

    Oh my gosh!!! This would be so perfect for me!!! I am looking for something that would weigh under 5,000lbs fully loaded and that I can tow and drop where I need it then keep going as I need. LOVE!!!

  • Drew
    Drew Hace 12 días

    The hurdle to tiny house movement is getting a space to park the house. Almost no one I’ve seen has made a tiny home that is built aerodynamic to be more travel friendly.

  • John Matthew
    John Matthew Hace 12 días

    Where’s the pisser?!!!

    • ZeoCyberG
      ZeoCyberG Hace un día

      Separate, he's using the bathroom and kitchen that's on the property.

    • jjohnn1950
      jjohnn1950 Hace 11 días

      You mean where's the shitter?

  • james dahlke
    james dahlke Hace 12 días

    Very cool design. I wanted to do projects like this to add onto my property for family and friends to stay in when they visit. I have been homeless and now that I have a home I do not like sharing space.

  • Deborah
    Deborah Hace 12 días

    Just a tent


    for what I seen in documentary this looks like a jail. this is too mall.

  • KoG GoK
    KoG GoK Hace 13 días

    tiny houses have only become unaffordable to the hipster buying designer tiny houses. they will always be cheap for people that build them.

  • Jay Bird
    Jay Bird Hace 13 días

    5000 dollar bedroom lol

  • DJMinor5000
    DJMinor5000 Hace 13 días

    As Jay denotes in the video, he has a shared kitchen and bathroom area to use. As long as he has a nice inviting space to enjoy and sleep in, that is all he needs to maintain his private life. His tiny house has a very Zen-like quality to it that makes it very comfortable and inviting. Great space!

  • Martha Reis
    Martha Reis Hace 13 días +2

    A shame to see such negative comments. What might help is hone in on the fact that he uses this in conjunction with a common bathroom and kitchen (which we are not shown). In other words, this needs to be understood as part of a cooperative arrangement with others. I think that idea really could have potential.

  • Rach Kate
    Rach Kate Hace 14 días

    I'm not a fan of his tiny bedroom as opposed to it being a tiny house, but I very much subscribe to his overall ideology and values.
    Glad he's happy.

  • J Westfall Davis
    J Westfall Davis Hace 14 días

    The homeless craves shelter as the hungry one tries to replenish that void, while the lonely linger in the past. I wish you well.

  • aiRCoft
    aiRCoft Hace 14 días +1

    That dude talks like it's other peoples' faults that people are homeless, lol...
    If you're not a child, it's no one else's responsibility to take care of you... I agree people shouldn't be homeless, I think it's a poor decision... Also, you don't _need_ to live in California, one of the most expensive places to live in the country, you're welcome to move to a much cheaper place.

    • ZeoCyberG
      ZeoCyberG Hace un día

      +aiRCoft - Homelessness is a national issue that effects over 3.5 million people and over half of them are families with children. The vast majority of them have been thrust into homelessness by a life altering event or series of events that were unexpected and unplanned for. Such as the loss of loved ones, job loss, domestic violence, divorce and family disputes.
      For those living in poverty or close to the poverty line, an "everyday" life issue that may be manageable for individuals with a higher income can be the final factor in placing them on the street. A broken down vehicle, a lack of vehicle insurance, a robbery/mugging, or even unpaid tickets might be just enough to render someone homeless.
      Then there's things like natural disasters often cause current housing situations to become untenable and costly repairs are often simply not possible.
      Frivolous lawsuits, corrupt HOA's that place liens and compounding interest without even telling you, collapse of local economies with no safety net to allow people to relocate... There's really a lot of reasons why people can become homeless and many of them due to no fault of their own...
      While there's costs to having a homeless population that effects everyone... Sanitation, public health, medical resources, crime rate, drug abuse, etc.
      Sure, there are those who are homeless by choice or have made bad decisions but there's also a lot of people that life just happened... and once homeless, it's very hard to recover. Since, things like not having a mailing address can make it hard to impossible to open a bank account, register with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or to apply for most jobs. Among other factors that limits options...
      So not exactly a problem we should just ignore...

    • aiRCoft
      aiRCoft Hace 9 días +2

      +Stella Mortis And I'd argue that the United States is the best place to live in the world, largely due to those reasons, lol... We have people flooding here illegally, literally risking their lives for a chance at sweet, sweet freedom, where you are responsible for yourself and only yourself. If you don't like the idea of only being responsible for yourself, while still being able to freely help others AS YOU CHOOSE, then you don't have to come here. Some people gag on the air here, it's just too liberating for them...
      And don't get me started on the shitty subsidized healthcare (paid for by taxpayers) compared to healthcare that you can purchase yourself; seriously, look at Canada, even, how's that working? It increased everyone's taxes by an astronomical amount, and the service you get is shitty. Normal things like check-ups can take over a year to receive, and if you're in need of a surgery or anything more major, you're better of coming here (the States) like many people do to get good service...
      It all comes down to the fact that nothing in this world is free, not for me, not for you; If you want something, you cannot force someone else to get it for you, that's extremely unethical to even suggest (socialism/communism/slavery)...
      Oh, and I should add that just because people like myself are against the government having the power to take peoples' money and redistribute it as they see fit doesn't mean that we're selfish, like many people believe. In fact, many of us choose to be very generous, verifiably more so in than socialized countries, because it's not about helping or not helping people, it's about weather or not it's ethical to steal things from certain people and give them to others without their consent. It turns out when people are free to do what they want with their money, many of them like helping others out, but when the government steps in and takes half of your income, many people feel as that's enough, and I think rightfully so....

    • Stella Mortis
      Stella Mortis Hace 9 días +1

      +aiRCoft civilised societies look after and protect their vulnerable members. Yes, practically every first World nation other than the USA provides subsidised healthcare.

    • aiRCoft
      aiRCoft Hace 9 días +1

      +Stella Mortis How are other people responsible for other people's disabilities, though? I could require surgery that I cannot afford, are other people responsible to pay for it? Also, is it just this country or do people all around the world have medical conditions?

    • Stella Mortis
      Stella Mortis Hace 9 días

      In a country where having a medical condition can send you bankrupt... sure thing kiddo. 🙄

  • Phillip Brownie
    Phillip Brownie Hace 14 días

    This is the way we should be going. There is definitly a need for affordable space saving accomodation for people who want low cost accomodation. Perhaps a group of these in urban car park with appropriate trees to provide low cost accomodation for students or people who cant afford a house. Add Solar panels and inverters?

  • Francesca Rubera
    Francesca Rubera Hace 15 días

    so now answear to homelessnes is lock people into sheds...very pretty sheds but is not a house!!!

  • Ned Wood
    Ned Wood Hace 15 días

    I don't know where homeless people go to the toilet but I am concerned about the trees surrounding this dwelling. I agree that one does not need tables and chairs or kitchens but a toilet and water is essential for health reasons. In the future we will be able to make small spaces like this with amenities that recycle. The main thing against tiny houses, of all kinds, is the fact that local councils will not allow these buildings on private property, let alone on common ground. Everybody could have a house if they had a place to park them far away from the people who live in big houses because these are the people who think you are stinking up the neighbourhood. They forget that it can be any untidy people who stink up a neighbourhood including people who live in mansions. I would love to get into this movement because I have some ideas of my own to share with you but authorities will always give you a hard time when it comes to anything being different and out of the ordinary. I once wanted to build a dome home on my private land (fireproof, floodproof, white ant proof and practically indestructible) but the council wouldn't approve it because it did not conform to their idea of what they wanted built in their residential areas. Good luck.

  • Perry Leeds
    Perry Leeds Hace 15 días

    May be my favorite tiny house, the designer is awe inspiring.. Bravo

  • lol nah
    lol nah Hace 16 días

    Laptop $1500 whole house $5000.
    Talk about efficiency

  • pixelbloom
    pixelbloom Hace 16 días

    That house is as big as my room and it looks so good and cozy, i love it

  • Driven home
    Driven home Hace 16 días

    A shed with a bed. Not remotely a house.

  • Chango Chilemba
    Chango Chilemba Hace 16 días

    Good to see this guy is okay and doing well, he's a good guy. Felt bad hearing about his homeless time...

  • Sunshine Day
    Sunshine Day Hace 16 días

    I remember watching videos of Jay in his original tiny home on Oprah then others on ESclips showing his wife and young boys in a approx 450 Sq ft home. So I suppose he and his wife are no longer together? Kinda sad. :'(

  • Stone Cold Steve Autism
    Stone Cold Steve Autism Hace 17 días

    The soy is strong with these two.

  • SpellChcek
    SpellChcek Hace 17 días

    lmao, thats the nicest shack ive ever seen... its not a home

    • ZeoCyberG
      ZeoCyberG Hace un día

      If you live in it then it's a home... Besides, a shack wouldn't be insulated or keep you warm and dry.

  • Juliette Dauterive
    Juliette Dauterive Hace 17 días

    Mr. Jay Schaffer, What an awesome attitude and beautiful creativity. Blessings.

  • setphaser
    setphaser Hace 17 días

    a village of these with communal kitchen and bathroom could be a really lovely solution for homeless people.

  • sdfghj asdfghjk
    sdfghj asdfghjk Hace 17 días

    I love this channel. Such inspiring videos. Thank you, Bryce Langston and crew. I especially appreciate this one however, as someone who has also survived homelessness. I am working on my own contributions, to help end that problem. Thank you, Jay Shafer.

  • Petra Robinson
    Petra Robinson Hace 17 días

    As beautiful as it is, but at the end of the day, it is a box with no water and no kitchen, no toilet, no shower. So it might only cost $5000 but the amount of money you spend on eating in restaurants for example. Or you just have to live of salads and sandwiches? Where do you clean yourself? I would not consider this a tiny home, but a tiny room, maybe for guests.

    • ZeoCyberG
      ZeoCyberG Hace un día

      +Petra Robinson Not everything always gets shown, which is why it pays to listen because he explained his situation in the video.

    • Petra Robinson
      Petra Robinson Hace un día

      +ZeoCyberG Well, I did not see any of those mentioned by you.

    • ZeoCyberG
      ZeoCyberG Hace un día

      He uses the bathroom and kitchen that's on the property... Houses don't have to have everything in one structure... Outhouses, summer kitchens, spring houses, root cellars, etc. Especially when living off off-grid homes can be much more decentralized and split into multiple structures on the property and multiple people can live on the same property and share resources like the bathroom and kitchen...
      After all, houses predate modern conveniences like indoor plumbing, air conditioning, and electricity... There's a lot people take for granted these days that weren't always a part of the way homes were designed...

  • Chris
    Chris Hace 17 días

    Let's push this idiotic trend to its conclusion: House Coffins. You just lie down and shut yourself in. A very authentic off-the-grid experience. Try it. Fuck the banks.

  • Tunda Wannamaker
    Tunda Wannamaker Hace 18 días

    what a beautiful and humble story. I love how he has what is important to him and being homeless he can see it from a different perspective that is valuable to many. Boiling everything down to the essence and need of the individual.

  • yellow duds
    yellow duds Hace 18 días

    it may not have a bathroom, sink, or kitchen, but it's a shelter, i mean, it's way better than sleeping in the rain, or the cold.

  • nj
    nj Hace 18 días

    Instead of all the government programs to help low income and homeless people, if they just take all the funding from housing programs and turn it into buying land, creating shared commodities, and $5k tiny houses, it would save them BILLIONS. I know it’s different for people with families, but it’d only cost a bit more than $5k for a house. If the government was more creative and came up with future-proof ideas and actually cared, homelessness could’ve been solved with good, civic ideas like these.

  • Wonderful Life
    Wonderful Life Hace 18 días

    To all the ex-homeless people: can you share your experience living in a tiny house like this one for one, two, three, four, five years? Also, where did you have your tiny house set up? Licensing/permitting issues? Utilities? Share with the rest of us.

  • C. VMLMT
    C. VMLMT Hace 19 días

    This is very special and such a brilliant treat to explore ~ 🙏🏽‼️. The candle/gas 🔥 fire place/heat source really tickled me. Awesom😊💐

  • Kim Nedland
    Kim Nedland Hace 19 días

    Well I think it's awsome! I see people complaining about bathroom and kitchen. But I think this is a great tiny home, you can grab a bucket for bathroom, and a small hot plate or microwave and call it a kitchen. Long as you got a safe place and can keep warm and something that is yours, that's all you need. This would be great if they had a little village of these, maybe a shared kitchen and bath all can use and take care of. Everyone should get to have a home. Price is awsome. Tho when broke its still a dream, for anyone. Ahh nice thought tho. 😊

  • True Story
    True Story Hace 19 días

    I thought he was going to say that he wears nappies for toilet

  • Butimar Seabird
    Butimar Seabird Hace 19 días

    Gay Shafer for Sure

  • Some Tea
    Some Tea Hace 19 días

    Shine on you crazy diamonds.

  • gaamatsu4dewin
    gaamatsu4dewin Hace 20 días

    Um, there's no toilet.

  • Ikeena Hardman
    Ikeena Hardman Hace 20 días

    So amazingly inspiring. I wish I could do this and run my Chef biz....but I need a big kitchen to feed folks. Got me pondering.... Thanks Jay!

  • Don Pfeiffer
    Don Pfeiffer Hace 20 días

    It's a beautiful cabin but it drives me nuts when these guys go thru all the damn effort of building a nice cabin and then dont apply the siding and corner boards properly which will have a huge impact on keeping air infiltration and water intrusion out. And it will actually make their job installing it much easier. But nice job overall

  • FlickerFlame
    FlickerFlame Hace 20 días

    What a special human. He is definitely my favourite. This is definitely my favourite. Having that aesthetic element makes your brain feel calm, joyful and at [pace, and things being simple - oh just the best.

  • Ethereal X
    Ethereal X Hace 21 un día

    He has a Macbook but not a bathroom?

  • Steel Stunners
    Steel Stunners Hace 21 un día

    Beautiful design, but yeah it is more of a bedroom. Imagine having to pee at 3am

  • Ideal Faith
    Ideal Faith Hace 21 un día

    Why build a house without kitchen and toilet? Who would want to work in a office where there is no kitchen or toilet let alone your own home. I love tiny apartment I wish I can get help to build on the little land my father left for me.

  • Charlotte Skiftun
    Charlotte Skiftun Hace 21 un día

    Original tiny house.....Shawnee wikwam(teepee)

  • Charlotte Skiftun
    Charlotte Skiftun Hace 21 un día

    Tiny house...just trailers.....nothing new

  • Ideal Faith
    Ideal Faith Hace 21 un día

    How can i build this five thousand yiny uouse because i am up tor it.

  • Lois
    Lois Hace 22 días

    What he's doing is nice, but without plumbing, this is more of a shed or a detached garage than a house.

  • jubi j
    jubi j Hace 22 días

    will these tiny houses withstand heavy rain and wind?

  • Alan Brown
    Alan Brown Hace 22 días

    I'm calling bullshit on 2000 pounds. I live in a tiny house that's 8x30 with central heat and air. 3 way refrigerator. Great hot water for a shower. 2 bedroom! I gave 1500$ for it. It's called a camper! And it pull able with a half ton truck. And it's very cheap on utilities. And I'm not bothering anyone living off there land. I own mine. God bless America!

  • nick pelentsov
    nick pelentsov Hace 23 días

    i have an awesome design,that in 2yrs, or less, i can make it, i love picking peoples brains, this one is special with the bed as the lounge area, and the cabinets, ergonomic, with such small area, hope you dont mnid me adapting into my design, and the ultralight framing, WELL DONE,THANK YOU...

  • Chrstine Dixon
    Chrstine Dixon Hace 23 días

    I'd want facilities in main space with loft up

  • InfiniteExpression
    InfiniteExpression Hace 24 días

    I love the intentions you have to create a basic fulfillment of needs in compassionate response to the housing market mess. It is so important to be proactive in our daily lives, to take back our power and empower others however we can.

  • seewhaticcurious1
    seewhaticcurious1 Hace 24 días

    But it's NOT a house, it's a bedroom. . .

  • Silver Tora
    Silver Tora Hace 24 días

    this is what is needed for the tin shack towns that sprang up all over South Africa - Might I suggest that we try get this done with a little help from others?