I Bought an Abandoned Tiny House

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George Dunnett

George Dunnett

8 ай бұрын

I converted an abandoned building into my first (tiny) home.
Here's the full process of that renovation.
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In 2020, I bought my first home... an abandoned building in my village which was filled with old car parts and tools. Over the next year, I had the building renovated into a nice little tiny house cottage which I now live in and am very pleased with! I hope you enjoyed the process.
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As a architectural student this is so satisfying to see. Love what you did with the space. I wish that transforming older buildings for new purposes was done more often instead of demolishing them.
Elena Latici
Elena Latici 14 күн бұрын
I don't know how this came to be on my KZpost page this evening, but I'm so glad it did! What a lovely thing you did, rescuing that sad little building and turning it into a charming, romantic cottage. I got the impression that the house kept getting happier as you went ahead, Your choices for the interior were/are inspired--all white with the blue gray accents. If you ever get tired of editing videos you could easily become an interior designer. I love all of the windows, and especially the window seat, the perfect space to curl up and read all of those books you gathered into the old window niche. The glass table was an inspired choice. A wood table might have made the room seem cramped. Your clothes storage is minimalist to say the least. I wish mine was. The built in drawers are beautiful.
Andy Urry
Andy Urry 14 күн бұрын
As a 3rd generation builder and being in the trade 45 years myself , predominantly in renovation very well done indeed , I would not change a thing , excellent use of space and what more would you want , total respect to you George and thanks for posting ..!!!! 👍
JK 21 күн бұрын
As a lazy homeowner who has half a dozen unfinished projects in my house, this inspires me to consider thinking about planning to finish them someday. This is beautiful man good work.
J Reverie
J Reverie 14 күн бұрын
The ceiling windows for light was a 10/10 idea, what a difference they make!
Mary Young
Mary Young 21 күн бұрын
You truly transformed this diamond in the rough to a cozy and comfortable home.
Paul Smith
Paul Smith
That first building you didn’t know who owned it, it used to belong to my grandad, it was his workshop. They lived in Broomfauld Cottage, the first house on the row of cottages. The building used to be part of the old piggery, but he used it as storage and workshop when he kept chickens just further up the hill. Amazing to see The Cobbles again, many happy weeks spent there. Commenting from Australia.
Crina Cristea
Crina Cristea 21 күн бұрын
This is lovely, the little window turned bookshelf, the breakfast bar, the windowsill seat, such nice details. Lovely how you used the space
Laurie Fisher
Laurie Fisher 14 күн бұрын
Stunning! I love what you did with this cottage. Please don’t change the table. I love it and think it adds a very nice and subtle pop of color in the otherwise monochrome palette. I do love the monochrome grey, though, don’t get me wrong. I am also very impressed with how you were able to use the spaces so efficiently and tailor them to your needs. That was brilliant in your bedroom making the half wardrobe. Sadly, I wear dresses so I couldn’t do that but for a man who just wears shirts and pants it is perfect. The preservation of the cottage on the outside is really lovely to see, even though you made a few changes, they were not drastic. Love the cobbles! But then when you walk in it is fully modernized. It is just an amazing juxtaposition that works beautifully. BTW-You are a hilarious narrator. I laughed out load several times!
totallytony 28 күн бұрын
I’ve lived in my flat for 3 years and I’ve barely even hung a picture because I have no imagination or skill for DIY. People like you AMAZE ME! You’ve done such an incredible job! The place looks absolutely amazing and I would be so proud to call that my home 👏🏽
Conor Flaherty
Conor Flaherty 14 күн бұрын
Dude, this is genuinely one of the coolest tiny homes I've come across! Congrats on this build man, love what you've done to the place and awesome use of revitalising pre-existing architecture!
TheHuntsmanbuh 14 күн бұрын
I love this style, it respects the shape and size of the house while transforming the inside to something modern but simple
shiran duarte
shiran duarte
It's adorable. The glass table, by being translucent, kinda transparent, allows it for the light to go through and make the space look clearer and roomier. I would call it a perfect choice.
GeminiCricket 14 күн бұрын
The rug balances out with the couch. The table balances out with the red pillows. I think y’all did a good job.
Ruby Shame
Ruby Shame 14 күн бұрын
this actually turned out so well. i dont think you could have done anything better. perfect.
Danielle Taylor
Danielle Taylor 14 күн бұрын
This is beautifully done. Most places like this get torn down so happy to see a restoration. I was expecting the typical exposed brick/wall but I’m guessing that would affect temperature control and cost you in the end. Great use of space all around. You’re right on changing the rug & coffee table, they are off
Tamara Carter
Tamara Carter 21 күн бұрын
Beautiful! I’ve restored a 600 year old cottage in the English countryside, so know just how rewarding saving historic architecture can be. Well done.
Sewlok 14 күн бұрын
You did a great job restoring this home. Love the rug and table. 😍
Evan Laios
Evan Laios
I love the coffee-table. You've got limited space so the transparent table makes the living room feel less cluttered, like you've still got more space.
Sage 14 күн бұрын
This is it. This is what I want my house to be like. It’s so cool!
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