Tiny House Floor Plans: Over 200 Interior Designs for Tiny Houses [AZW3]

Tiny House Floor Plans: Over 200 Interior Designs for Tiny Houses [AZW3]
Tiny House Floor Plans: Over 200 Interior Designs for Tiny Houses by Michael Janzen
2012 | EPUB | 29.5MB

Inside Tiny House Floor Plans you'll find over 200 interior designs for tiny houses - 230 to be exact. A tiny house is exactly what it sounds like, a house with many of the amenities youd expect in a home tucked neatly into a super small space. Often these homes are built on trailers giving them the added benefit of mobility. But these designs could also be built on your choice of foundation.

Each chapter focuses on one size footprint to show what can be done inside each size space - 14 in all, (8x12, 8x16, 8x20, 8x24, 8x28, 8x32, 12x12, 12x12 + Loft, 12x16, 12x16 + Loft, 12x20, 12x20 + Loft, 12x24, 12x24 + Loft). The book is mostly illustrations with a short introduction. A detailed legend shows you how to read the floor plans making each drawing a wealth of information on how to pack a lot of utility into a tiny space.

If you're considering simplifying your life, extreme downsizing, arranging your tiny apartment more efficiently, building a cabin or inlaw unit, and/or building your own mortgage-free tiny home, this book can help give you a head start on making your goals a reality.

Building Raised Beds: Easy, Accessible Garden Space for Vegetables and Flowers [EPUB]

Building Raised Beds: Easy, Accessible Garden Space for Vegetables and Flowers [EPUB]
Building Raised Beds: Easy, Accessible Garden Space for Vegetables and Flowers by Fern Marshall Bradley
2016 | EPUB | 11.74MB

For beginning gardeners and homeowners, this handbook shows you exactly how to plan, build, and plant a simple raised bed. Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions make it easy and ensure success! In just a weekend, using a few basic materials and minimal building skills, you can set up a complete garden bed adapted for vegetables, flowers, or herbs.

Organic Gardening by John Mason [PDF]

Organic Gardening by John Mason [PDF]
Organic Gardening by John Mason
2012 | PDF | 10.85MB

For decades farmers have relied upon chemicals to control pests and diseases in order to produce saleable crops. In the ornamental, vegetable and fruit gardens, reliance on chemical controls has also been the mainstay for many gardeners. Unfortunately, it is only recently that we have become aware that many of these chemicals are dangerous to humans, let alone the environment. Natural gardening has therefore increased in popularity in recent years due to the conscious awareness of safety in the garden, the protection of the environment, plus the desire to produce uncontaminated crops that are healthy to eat. This eBook will show you how to grow your own.

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