Want to learn about salvage and tiny house design while staying in a lovely tiny house? Then you may want to book a stay at Tiny Texas Houses. This bed and breakfast is one of a kind. Situated on 43 acres known as “Salvage Texas,” this unique destination offers an open-air marketplace and workshops so that you too can learn to create sustainable architecture and art.
One of the tiny houses you can stay in is the Vicky Won. You can see just from the outside that this is a charming, quaint little abode measuring just 10’ x 17’. The house features a Victorian style. Let’s take a closer look.
… And you thought the house looked cozy from the outside. The interior is even more welcoming. I’d love to wake up in the morning in this bed, looking forward to all I could learn at the workshops!
Then again, it’d be equally tempting to just lounge around in the beautiful house all day long. What a great way to get away from it all and spend time reconnecting with family or friends.
The bathroom really showcases the beautiful, authentic look you can get when you use upcycled salvaged materials. Instead of artificially engineering the “rustic” atmosphere (as you would be doing with new materials), it just comes naturally.
The toilet, sink and shower are all squeezed together, but who can complain? You get all the functionality you need without using up too much space.
There is a second bed located downstairs, so more than two people can stay in this tiny house at a time. Dogs are permitted for an added fee.
If you are looking for more in the way of a bathroom, there is a community one which you can use.
That shower is simply gorgeous.
Look at all those beautiful pastel hues!
Tiny Texas Houses is striving to make this an affordable experience for all. So if you book right now, you can stay in the Vicky Won for just $45 a night. That would be an amazing value even if the entire experience consisted only of the accommodation. The fact that it opens the door to shopping and learning on 43 acres of stunning land just makes it an even more impressive value. I can’t think of a better way for someone who is serious about getting into the tiny lifestyle to try it out.
Make sure before you book that you also visit Salvage Texas so you can explore all that the organization offers and plan your experience in advance. Salvage Texas reports that it is “fundamentally a membership-based organization.” So if you feel like getting involved and providing your support in additional ways, be sure to contact the organizers and ask them what you can do to help out.