Charming Cabin Built with $500 Worth of Recycled Windows

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This building is located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have a creative idea to built this charming little structure with a front old wall, most of their materials is reused from a nearby abandoned barn, repurposed windows in varying sizes and when completed, it cost an amazingly low $500. Olson and Horwitz admittedly don’t spend their time at the cabin year-round, as they primarily live in Milwaukee. They do enjoy an escape from time to time though.

 

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