In this first episode of the series Noah Bradley introduces Handmade House TV. He shares a bit of his own story and takes you to the first log home that his company built. Noah will also offer you some insights that will help lead you to your own dream home. We hope that you will follow along each and every Wednesday as new episodes are released.
Amazing Builder’s Bicycle-Powered Tiny House
“This tiny house is filled with super clever design elements, including some amazing ways of powering the house! From a bicycle generator to an old-fashioned water wheel, builder Phil has not been afraid to try out some unique ideas.
Rockstar’s Magical Woodland Cabin
“Alban “Snoopy” Pfisterer is still perhaps most well known as the drummer for the rock-band ‘Love’ who rose to fame in the late 60’s. After leaving the group though, Alban’s life took a very different turn, leading him away from life in the public eye and into a remote and beautiful cabin in the forests of Olympia, Washington.
Updated Homestead Kitchen Tour
This Family Heritage Living cabin tour shows off their lovely antiques and unique rustic homestead cabin. It seems perfectly designed for homestead cooking and canning.
Orcas Island Cabin by Architect David Vandervort
It seems like every detail of this cabin is perfect and beautiful. “The site for this 400 sf cabin fronts the East Sound of Orcas Island and features existing mature fir, cedar and madrone trees. It was designed around the concepts of space efficiency, view orientation, and solar access. The cabin incorporates a kitchen, eating area, living area, and bath, as well as a loft bedroom.
Budget Micro Cabin Built with Recycled Materials & Green Roof
“Wintergreen Studios built this eclectic tiny hobbit house / cordwood cabin with a green roof using mostly reclaimed, recycled and local materials, including old cedar fence rails found on the land, ceiling rafters from a local woodlot, recycled glass and mirrors in the walls, and the windows, door and wood stove are reclaimed as well. The slate floor is from an architectural salvage depot in Vermont.”