This Cool Forest Home Was Built for $11,000

Admittedly, with the whole exterior bathroom thing, I'd rather live somewhere else on a regular basis, but I sure wouldn't mind traveling to Oregon's Cape Falcon Kayak to stay in this stunning Japanese House. The house was created in only one year on a budget of $11,000 by Kayak instructor Brian Schulz. 

Schulz design style was inspired by traditional Japanese architecture, but the building itself is almost exclusively made from locally sourced materials, many of which were salvaged. 

The totally sustainable house provides a great way to get back to nature while still enjoying beautiful architecture and style.

Like homes that incorporate unique architecture, then head over to Homes and Hues to get a look at the Jenga House, the Little Concrete House on the Prairie or the Lawn Home of Austria.

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