This Tiny House Is Made out of an Actual Dumpster

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Just when you thought tiny houses couldn't be more unique.

At Bigelow Built, they've got the craziest tiny house makeover of all time — a giant trash can. Jamie and Brad Bigelow wantd a house in the desert and they got one in the form of a converted dumpster in Florence, Arizona.

That's right.

According to TODAY, the 176-square-foot space sleeps two people and contains an indoor wood-burning stove and an outhouse toilet. It also has a gorgeous wood deck and uses a small generator to power the lights.

The entire thing costs just $13,000, which is pretty incredible. 

Would you live in a home like this one?

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