$4350 turns an Abandoned House into a Stunning Tiny Home!

Even if they don’t see an abandoned house, spiders happily weave their webs when they find a habitat where they won’t be disturbed. The walls of the abandoned houses become moldy, the plaster is poured, and the spirit gradually begins to darken. Those that are not surrounded by cobwebs, do not mold, do not shed and do not darken are memories.

The abandoned tiny house was used to protect the garden for a long time. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

Mr. Bui Dinh Chuong‘s tiny house in his family’s garden was also abandoned years ago.

This house, built in 1985, was used for a long time to protect the garden. Over the years, the soil became unproductive and no longer yielded enough. Therefore, the family had to leave this tiny house.

Over the years, this tiny house has been severely deformed.

Bui Dinh Chuong ( from Vietnam ) decided to bring this house back to its old days, which at first glance had an eye-popping appearance. As before, this house would be able to rest, look at the trees growing in the garden, and grow fresh flowers.

Bui Dinh Chuong, who seemed a little difficult to get outside help with his current budget, decided to repair the house himself.

The basic structure of the house was pretty solid, so his job would be a little easier. He started by using the materials he had on hand.

The old abandoned house turned into a unique house within 2 months. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

He completed the renovation of the house in two months at a cost of $4350.

Restoration of the garden is still underway, which will take up to three years, according to Bui Dinh Chuong, because the trees take a long time to grow.

Couples pay $1.5 per person per hour to take photos here. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

The main structure of this tiny house, consisting of a single room of 16 square meters, was not renovated. The plaster was renewed and painted in a bright white color.

The interior of the house is decorated in accordance with the environment outside. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

A light green tiled roof was chosen in accordance with the ambiance of the garden. Laminated parquet was laid on the floor of the house whose windows and doors were made of wood.

Concrete has been poured on the floors for a clean area around the house. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

The perimeter of the house was covered with concrete, resulting in a cleaner environment and a small patio to enjoy the garden. The veranda is covered with a transparent material so that the plants can benefit from sunlight.

Bui Dinh Chuong decorated his tiny house in rustic style, which he called the “House of Leaves” in memory of the big tree that was found in the garden earlier.

There are flowers in pots in front of the windows of the tiny house and everywhere else. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

Various small ornamental plants are placed inside this tiny house, which is furnished with rattan furniture, and on the shelves in front of the big window. The windows of the tiny house are quite large, and the daylight that enters makes the interior look quite bright.

This tiny house has attracted a lot of attention over time.

It has been transformed into a visiting area for people who love to explore and live in harmony with nature. Bui Dinh Chuong, on the other hand, built a second tiny house to meet the needs of visitors and serve coffee.

The house is in a very photogenic area. – Photo Courtesy of Bui Dinh Chuong

It is exciting to look at the poetic view of this tiny house, which shines brightly with its bright white color in green. It’s the perfect place to relax with a cup of coffee at the end of a tiring work day and enjoy the view.