This Woman Builds A Perfect Home Just In $2000, Wow!

This Woman Builds A Perfect Home Just In $2000, Wow!
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Having a home is a necessity for everyone. As much as possible, we want to have the best basic facilities to maximize our home experience. Most of all dreams to have a functional, space-efficient home, made by strong but low-cost materials.
You know what, there is this story that could serve as an inspiration to all of us.
In $2000, this person was able to put up her home, with most of the functions she needed. And take note, she's not even an architecture major or a solid civil engineer, but she has the heart to make her dream come true--with concrete outputs. 


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Hypha and her boyfriend made a Do-It-Yourself project

Hypha and her boyfriend made a Do-It-Yourself project

They may be sick of the old-looking utility trailer they own, so they thought of a better way to make it instrumental for more useful things; thus the idea.

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7'10 x 7'11 Mobile home

7'10 x 7'11 Mobile home
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With enough research and preparedness, they opt to start the mobile home project.

Curves, maths and the roof

Curves, maths and the roof
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Hypha utilized her know-hows in pulling off measurements of roofs mathematically and quantitatively.

Stronger kind of plywood as walls

Stronger kind of plywood as walls
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They had a rigorous but practical selection of materials for areas in the DIY house.

Flooring made more 'woody'

Flooring made more 'woody'
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Also, the pair did not forget to make the flooring compatible to the main materials of the project.

Crates for storage

Crates for storage
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Hypha's boyfriend managed to find these kinds of box for their home storage facility.

Top support called the rafter

Top support called the rafter
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According to them, this may be one of the most intricate portion of this process. I believe that the bars making up the rafter should have measurements that are on par with each other.

Paint hacks

Paint hacks
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Color and hue makes a house more appealing. As a low-cost project, they managed to gather paint materials that are not costly--as these are rejects from paint-tinting companies.

Kitchen made easy

Kitchen made easy
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Believe it or not, there are a stove, kitchen compartments, and faucet installed in here. Although, there is no prominent sink area in here.

More cabinets for storage

More cabinets for storage
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Aside from crates, there is this woody-awesome storage stuff.

Putting things in proper places

Putting things in proper places
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Partners were very particular with maximizing the space they make. They see to it that spaces are used without compromising spaces intended for other functions.

Thick bed you'll love forever

Thick bed you'll love forever
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Hypa and her boyfriend covered their dream bed with blankets, mats, mattresses and other things helpful to make the bed more comfortable.

Time-consuming but worth it

Time-consuming but worth it
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Here's the finished product. Their joy and contentment can be seen from them. Stepping up to create this masterpiece was such an inspiring idea to everyone who could know about this.