Texas Woman Transforms Grain Silo Into Charming Tiny Home
Over the past few years, we’ve seen people transform unconventional things like school buses and sea cans into fantastic tiny homes. The concept of tiny homes is so great – you can downgrade your square footage for mortgage-free living! So when I heard about a Texas woman who decided to transform an old grain silo into an adorable guesthouse, I knew I simply had to share it with you all.
Amy Kleinwatcher from La Grange, Texas found an old grain silo that wasn’t being used, so she paired that with other recycled materials to make a 1,000-square-foot tiny home. The tiny home consists of a bedroom, bathroom, and front porch, making it the perfect guesthouse for visitors.
If you weren’t impressed by the exterior of the tiny home, the interior will surely wow you. The interior was finished with lots of vintage, recycled, and rustic-chic elements. With the help of local contractor Judy Kurtz, Amy was able to completely repurpose the grain silo into the most charming space.
Amy and Judy are proof that with a little bit of vision, creativity, and resourcefulness, you can truly make something from nothing. If you’re looking to add some sort of tiny home or guesthouse to your property, hopefully Amy’s story and photos have brought you some inspiration!