This RE Store Rockstar is one industrious young lady. Celina Dill, 17, is building her 10’ x 18’ x 14’ high tiny house, on wheels, entirely out of reused and repurposed materials. Inspired by the Tiny House Movement she is ‘unschooling’ herself by diving into all the trades it takes to make a project like this come to life.
She is an obsessed builder right now, with the goal of moving into her cottage in August. Items acquired from The RE Store include: “The Toilet of her Dreams” (really!), which has a 3/4″ tilt on the lid area; her ‘really cool’ front door, which is being refinished as we speak; a window or two, and the latest purchase: French doors. Since Celina’s walls are thinner than the walls the door set came from, they needed to do some tricky Skilsawing of the frame, reducing their width by 1 1/2″. She has also acquired items from Second Use, Earthwise, and Skagit Building Salvage.
I’ll let her words tell the rest of the story, since among her many talents are great story telling and photography. More about Celina’s Tiny Abode can be found at http://mytinyabode.blogspot.com/. Many pictures of her project can be seen on these pages.
It seems Celina comes from a long line of industrious folks. Her dad, Walter Dill, also has a ‘home on wheels’ project in the works – a 1956 Airfloat Land Yacht. He uses reclaimed materials as well, and found lights for the interior at The RE Store that have yet to found their actual location.
Thanks to both Celina and Walter for inspiring us with their Rockstar Projects! Do you have a RE Store-inspired project to be proud of? Please, show off & share your story!