I love all that Tiny House stuff. People building small houses and shacks. (google "Tiny House Movement") I have this garage that is built similar to my house so it looks like a small house, with weather boards and tile roof. It's been used for many things over the years, car storage, tool shed, living space - a fella use to live in there a couple years ago. Recently someone expressed interest in moving in as they needed somewhere to live, so the transformation started about a month ago. I could have left it "as is" but everyone involved was pretty keen to do the Backyard Blitz renovation thing. It measures about 8metres long by 3m wide on the outside. This is how it was a month ago. I had started to remove junk. Once everything was out I took the carpet out. The rough plan was, lounge at the front, kitchen in the middle and bedroom at the back. I bought a second hand kitchen for $180, new sink $100, tap $100, wall cabinet $130. We built the dividing wall, added a breakfast bar to the kitchen bench, and built the little book shelf under the breakfast bar. This took a couple of weekends to get done.... This is what it looks like from the outside, and here's the electricians putting in some led downlights, outside sensor light, light switches and powerpoints. Here's the finished result. Kitchen all done, tiling for the splashback, second hand carpet in, wall mounted cupboard, all freshly painted walls and ceiling.... below shows the bedroom at the back, that's a double bed, and there's also a cupboard in there so it's not a bad size area. All up this cost under $2000. (excluding microwave, fridge, lounge) This is something I can see myself living in and making it fully offgrid, but for the moment it's all ongrid for practicality for the person using it. So I now have a Tiny House ... i'm not living in it, but it's still kind of cool I reckon.