Customers are using their hand-crafted structures as chicken coops (complete with distinctive rounded doors and windows), playhouses, garden sheds, backyard offices, yoga studios, meditation suites and guest cottages.
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At 120 square feet their backyard hideaway was carefully designed to maximize space. The space is condensed, but Sarah Deeds sees that as an advantage: it puts you closer to your views and nature.
He builds small and he works with a micro-budget. His Gottagiddaway AKA "$100 homeless hut" was built for about that.
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