Friday, February 7, 2014

Twenty Seven Year Old New Zealander Lily Duval Built A Simple Bookcase Then Decided To Build Herself A Tiny Home On Wheels...

Girls can do anything she decided.
And besides, building a house couldn't be that much harder than building a bookcase could it.
Lily is now two months into the construction of her very own tiny home on wheels on some communal land in New Zealand's city of Christchurch.
Being only 5.5 metres long, 2.5 metres wide and 4.2 metres high, it fits within the road transport restrictions, needs no building permit and is being made from new and used materials.
When he died, her father left her some money and Lily's sure he'd be delighted with how she's investing his wonderful gift to her.
This very inspirational and motivated young woman is looking forward to moving into her tiny home on wheels in just a few months and while she's busy building she's thinking of all the things she won't need in her new minimalist life style...


  1. New Zealand girls sure are smart. No mortgage, 2 islands as your own backyard. Hope she exports some of that know how so the rest of the world can enjoy her freedom. Go girl go.

  2. What am amazing girl. Good for her.pip

  3. Most Kiwis have such a can do attitude, I hope they neverlose it or find tthemselves beaten into submission by government diktat.

  4. Can't wait to see it when it's all done!

  5. Good for her! If her young energy carries on, who knows the places she'll go? (thanks, Dr. Suess!)