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Primitive Tool : Build Underground House
 
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Hello everyone, Today i'm build new house at Underground , it hard to dig but we try build for protect cool season . Please like comment and subscribe to get more video for us.
Views: 3157061 Primitive Tool
The Birth Of A Wooden House
 
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This is a documentary movie uncovering the process of building a wooden house with hand tools from local materials starting from forest till the living space. I built my house from trees that I felled with an axe and two man crosscut saw in my own forest. I did it following the research of old carpenter's calendar that coniferous trees should be felled in January's first days when the new moon rises and the deciduous trees should be felled in the winter time during the old moon. In winter time trees are sleeping and the juice and moisture content is very low in them. As time passes timber felled in winter becomes light and strong. In the building process I used mostly traditional carpenters hand tools - axes, hand saws, timber framing chisels and slicks, old Stanley planes, augers, draw knives and mostly human energy. All the ground work for fundaments and the basement earth digging was done by hand with shovels. The foundation consists mostly of bigger and smaller rocks and boulders. Lime, sand and concrete mixture are using only in small amounts - to hold the boulders together. The visible part over the ground level - boulder mosaic has been masoned with hand split local granite. The House has been built based on the western part of Latvia - Kurland/Kurzeme (German influence) historical wooden architecture typical technique - Timber Frame construction with sliding log walls between the posts. House is two carpentry technique union - Timber Frame (that is typical in France, Germany, Great Britain, North America and other countries) and traditional Latvian log building technique, between the logs using moss from the local swamp. In the walls, timber frame and roof construction there I used only wood joints and wooden pegs to hold the main construction together - no nails, screws or steel plates. Walls are insulated with 250mm thick dry pine and larch shaving layer (leftover from the local cabinet makers workshop). Overall exterior wall thickness is 50cm. In the walls (except wind vapour breathable membrane over the roof) has not been used any plastic or modern synthetic materials. To preserve the wood from the spoiling, fame posts, sills, top beams and final cladding boards are treated with fire and pine tar mixed with Tung oil. This wood preservation technique was adapted from the Japanese traditional wood preservation technique Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板). Exterior cladding boards recoating each 10-15 years Tung oil and pine or birch tar mixture, the house can last more than 500 years. As an example is taken Norwegian stave churches that stands more than 500 years until nowadays. Roofing is three layer white oak shingles (each 10mm thick, 120mm wide and 720mm long) laid in two directional technique. Overall amount of shingles used is 15 000 pieces. Roof walls are insulated with ecological wood fibre wool and wood fibre panels. Over the wood fibre panels are plastered natural plaster - mixture of sand, clay powder, lime, linen fibre, salt, wheat flour. Overall thickness of the plaster is 20mm and over all amount of plaster used on the walls are 5000 kilos. It works also as thermal mass and improves energy performance. Exterior measurements of the house is 6.5 x 13 meters. Living space in both floors are 120sq/m. The house is being heated with clay plastered brick bread oven and smaller oven made of clay tiles in the kitchen. To heat up both floors of the house, when outside it is minus 10 degrees (Celsium) only small oven is heated once a day. When freeze gets below -15, -20 C, we heat up the bread oven. Once it is heated, because of it’s thermal mass of 5 tons, it keeps the warmth 2-3 days. To heat up all the house (120 sq/m) in the winter time we use not more than 4 m3 of dry firewood. This is 2nd winter we are living there and we still heat up the house with the leftovers of lumber from the building process. And it will be enough for 3 more years. I have fulfilled my vision to a build natural, ecological house with high thermal efficiency, low energy consumption, sustainable, using local materials such as - wood, stone, old and new clay bricks, moss, linen fibre, clay, water, lime, wheat flour, salt and wood shavings. Jacob, carpenter, craftsman and founder of Northmen (ex John Neeman Tools). Soundtrack: Jeff Pianki - Old Habits Peter J Hochstedler - Fools On The Highway Jauns Mēness (New Moon) - Pazudušais Dēls Jeff Pianki - The Weight Of Us Jeff Pianki - On Forgetting http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 1365225 Northmen
Beautiful Stone Cabins and Cottages | Charming Rustic Style Architecture
 
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Great pictures of cabins and pictures in a beautiful rustic style. Music: Log Cabin by Silent Partner Downloaded it from the YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/...
Views: 515952 Grig Stamate
How to build a wooden cottage in... 4 hours!
 
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This film shows a wooden holiday house construction, which in reality took 4h to raise. NEW! https://youtu.be/KEodO5i8xhk and http://youtu.be/Q990KwHxbXU See the ready hut here: https://youtu.be/EUFoXhE1Y1I ; http://youtu.be/h5hTwb3uMpQ and http://youtu.be/ktLFRlwKjlI A luxury log cabin may be seen here:http://youtu.be/rJwtr42QVlc In this vid the crew started just after 7 A.M. and they finished right after 11 A.M. the same morning. The longest it took to level out the concrete foundation blocks. Foiling and insulation against heat loss as well as electrical installation took some more time but was worth it, esp. in colder climate. Sunset over the hut in 2015: https://youtu.be/0doXu6UkHaI See more interesting things on our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/dzikieswinie
Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process
 
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Traditional Finnish Log House Building Process. http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 6956938 Northmen
Primitive Tool : Build primitive mud house
 
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Hello Everyone, Today i'm build new mud house 200 x 180 cm , we build this house using mud mix with grass. Generally the whole family joins in the construction of these houses that are more resistant than wooden houses and they have a good thermal insulation. Next video i will make door , window and bed. Thank you for watching please like and subscribe to get more video.
Views: 649178 Primitive Survival Tool
Define Country, Farmhouse, Primitive Style!
 
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Previously live video on defining Country, Farmhouse, Primitive, etc
Views: 924 Living it Country
My primitive Simple Country home
 
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Please watch: "The Girl With The Broken Smile" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaXllQzPOIY --~-- Narration Done by me Tessie .This is My Home and the Peace of Living Simple ,The concept was Based on the Amish Lifestyle ,It is in here where I spend 80 % of My Life .Home is where the Heart is..and My Heart finds comfort in this simple Tiny Home
Views: 1888 Homestead Tessie
The Birth Of A Wooden House. Extended
 
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We unexpectedly found missing footage of two more scenes from the building process - moss collection in the local swamp and finishing of the frame. So we decided to make another version - extended edition (2 mins longer) to add those scenes to the movie and share them with you all. This is a documentary movie uncovering the process of building a wooden house with mostly hand tools from (as much as possible) local natural materials starting from forest till the living space. "I built my house from trees that I felled in winter time (-20C) with an axe and two man crosscut saw in my own forest. I did it following the research of old carpenter's calendar that coniferous trees should be felled in January's first days when the new moon rises and the deciduous trees should be felled in the winter time during the old moon. In winter time trees are sleeping and the juice and moisture content is very low in them. As time passes timber felled in winter becomes light and strong. In the building process I used mostly traditional carpenters hand tools - axes, hand saws, timber framing chisels and slicks, old Stanley planes, augers, draw knives and mostly human energy. All the ground work for fundaments and the basement earth digging was done by hand with shovels. The foundation consists mostly of bigger and smaller rocks and boulders. Lime, sand and concrete mixture are using only in small amounts - to hold the boulders together. The visible part over the ground level - boulder mosaic has been masoned with hand split local granite. The House has been built based on the western part of Latvia - Kurland/Kurzeme (German influence) historical wooden architecture typical technique - Timber Frame construction with sliding log walls between the posts. House is two carpentry technique union - Timber Frame (that is typical in France, Germany, Great Britain, North America and other countries) and traditional Latvian log building technique, between the logs using moss from the local swamp. In the walls, timber frame and roof construction there I used only wood joints and wooden pegs to hold the main construction together - no nails, screws or steel plates. Walls are insulated with 250mm thick dry pine and larch shaving layer (leftover from the local cabinet makers workshop). Overall exterior wall thickness is 50cm. In the walls (except wind vapour breathable membrane over the roof) has not been used any plastic or modern synthetic materials. To preserve the wood from the spoiling, fame posts, sills, top beams and final cladding boards are treated with fire and pine tar mixed with Tung oil. This wood preservation technique was adapted from the Japanese traditional wood preservation technique Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板). Exterior cladding boards recoating each 10-15 years with Tung oil and pine or birch tar mixture, the house can last more than 500 years. As an example is taken Norwegian stave churches that stands more than 500 years until nowadays. Roofing is three layer white oak shingles (each 10mm thick, 120mm wide and 720mm long) laid in two directional technique. Overall amount of shingles used is 15 000 pieces. Roof walls are insulated with ecological wood fibre wool and wood fibre panels. Over the wood fibre panels are plastered natural plaster - mixture of sand, clay powder, lime, linen fibre, salt, wheat flour. Overall thickness of the plaster is 20mm and over all amount of plaster used on the walls are 5000 kilos. It works also as thermal mass and improves energy performance. Exterior measurements of the house is 6.5 x 13 meters. Living space in both floors are 120sq/m. The house is being heated with clay plastered brick bread oven and smaller oven made of clay tiles in the kitchen. To heat up both floors of the house, when outside it is minus 10 degrees (Celsium) only small oven is heated once a day. When freeze gets below -15, -20 C, we heat up the bread oven. Once it is heated, because of it’s thermal mass of 5 tons, it keeps the warmth 2-3 days. To heat up all the house (120 sq/m) in the winter time we use not more than 4 m3 (1.1 cord) of dry firewood. This is 2nd winter we are living there and we still heat up the house with the leftovers of lumber from the building process. And it will be enough for 3 more years. I have fulfilled my vision to a build natural, ecological house with high thermal efficiency, low energy consumption, sustainable, using local materials such as - wood, stone, old and new clay bricks, moss, linen fibre, clay, water, lime, wheat flour, salt and wood shavings." Jacob, carpenter, craftsman and founder of Northmen ( ex John Neeman Tools). http://northmen.com https://www.facebook.com/northmenguild https://www.instagram.com/northmenguild
Views: 1908608 Northmen
Diaporama - How to Build an Underground Root Cellar
 
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Diaporama How to Build an Underground Root Cellar DIY build Country Cellar
Views: 784026 DoItYourself
Primitive Technology: Building Mini Mud House In The Forest
 
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Welcome for your enjoying to visit my channel Mr Crystal. I Hope that you will enjoy more for the next videos (^-^) thanks you for watching please help Subscribe like good comment and share https://bit.ly/2w9LkYo Primitive Technology: Building Mini Mud House In The Forest
Views: 675918 Mr Crystal
Primitive Tool : Build Primitive Tree  House In Forest
 
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Hello dear! Everyday we live in wild but now we build small house in wild for live . This is hard work to make but we are trying. 3 day ago we can make it for sleep and To be continue we show you next video . Thank you for watch
Views: 3748598 Primitive Tool
our bamboo house in the philippines and how we made it in 16 days
 
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you can find dronefootage of the bamboo house here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbc9tArmkrA&t=191s make money online fast and easy https://www.facebook.com/Make-Money-Online-Easy-101715536958080/ wanna have free traffic ?click here http://bit.ly/2dCTKtr our bamboo house in the philippines :this video contains photo's and video's how we made it,and what the cost are ,feel free to like it and to comment on it.if u have questions i will try to answer u enjoy and thx for watching i promis to share my cost from the house so here u have i dont have all the bills anymore. these are the bills i found bamboo 100pcs x 100php = 10.000php deliver the bamboo = 1.500php ready mix sand 1 cub meter =900 deliverd i used 5cub meter = 4.500php cement = 265 for 1bag x 11 bags = 2.915php plates for the roof = around 200 for 1 plate but i get discount . so for the plates = 9.730php iron for in the concreet post = 3.000php umbrella nails for the roof = 200php nails = 1.700php plain sideplates = 1.680php plates to close the top from roof = 560php coconut wood 1tree=300php x 7 = 2.100php for cutting the wood = 4.000php to bring the wood out off the bush = 1.200php salary for 16 days for 5 employees = 17.000php tiyoy peal(i dont remember what it is) = 900php plastic pipe for toilet and shower = 748php playwood i gues it were 2 plates = 960php mosquito screen = 1.000php materials for electric = 9.395php things to make the door (lock, doorknob...) = 640php full lpg tank ,hose,hose clips,regulator = 560php but first time u have to pay 700php more for the tank itself food drinks extras like icecream or.... =11.620php ----------------- 85.908php all togetter the house cost me between 3 and 4000€ i give them also presents bc they did a good job also we had 2 big partys untill morning :) :) facebook https://www.facebook.com/Mylifeinthephilippines/ https://www.instagram.com/mylifeinthephilippines/ https://twitter.com/smekke1 https://plus.google.com/+MylifeinthePhilippines-Pascal wanna have free traffic ?click here http://bit.ly/2dCTKtr
Log Cabin TIMELAPSE Built By ONE MAN In The Forest
 
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No talking viral timelapse video of Shawn James off grid log cabin build by one man alone in the wilderness of Canada, from 1st tree I cut to last floor board I laid. Please SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIMXKin1fXXCeq2UJePJEog?sub_confirmation=1 So Why Should You Subscribe To My Channel? To watch me build my next cabin - bigger and better than this one!.. To relax… To virtually immerse yourself in nature… To see how I live debt free, stress free and low cost… To see how I build things alone… To see how I cook with no electricity or gas… To hear what steps I took to retire in my mid-forties so I could live my dream life… To interact with the happiest and most helpful community of viewers on YouTube… To become more self-reliant. If you want to build a rustic log cabin or tiny off grid home alone in the wilderness and you haven't seen the rest of my videos, this is a good primer. It's super fast motion though, so if you are interested in building a primitive log cabin like this, take a look at the "Log Cabin The Bear Den" playlist on the channel. At the beginning of the video, I show a winter drone photo of the cabin in the snow in December. Then I flashback to the first balsam fir tree I cut down with a saw and axe near the cabin. I drag the trees into place and clear the cabin site. All summer, I cut the notches in the logs as I built the cabin up, offsite. Once I was finished notching the logs with a log scribe, saw, axe, adze and wood carving gouge, I loaded up the entire cabin of logs and moved them to my land near Algonquin Park, Ontario Canada. Once on site, I spent a month reassembling the cabin on a foundation of sand and gravel. Once the log walls were up, I again used hand tools to shape every log, board and timber to erect the gable ends, the wood roof, the porch, the outhouse and a seemingly endless number of woodworking projects. For the roof, I used an ancient primitive technology to waterproof and preserve the wood - shou sugi ban, a fire hardening wood preservation technique unique to Japan and other areas in northern climates. Because the cabin is offgrid, I have used handtools for most of the build and without power, I have no options on site regardless. The tiny house will continue to be operated with power, not even renewable energy for now, so I'm heating the cabin with a woodstove fire place, which I also cook on. The cabin is made of cedar fence posts, twelve feet long and the cabin measures 10 feet x 20 feet inside with a one hundred square foot sleeping loft on the second floor. The floor is made of two inch thick pine planks, torched to help repel water and to give them a rustic barn board appearance. Tune off sound if you don't want to hear the music, - there is no talking in this silent video. If you are a subscriber or long time viewer, there is some new footage at the end of the video, but otherwise you have seen most of this. As always, I'll release a new video on Friday showing the progress I made this week on the door and the ice box for food storage. To see what I’m up to during the rest of the week, please follow me on my other online channels; Website: http://myselfreliance.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/MySelfReliance/ Personal Facebook Page (Shawn James) – https://www.facebook.com/shawn.james.msr Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/myselfreliance/ Music Eternal Hope by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100238 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 3293846 My Self Reliance
How To Build Family Wood Frame 24 x 30 1.5 Story House in Forest
 
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Wood Frame 24 x 30 1.5 Story Cabin Build in Forest
Views: 14769 Build It
Primitive Wonder: Building Mud House Underground, Update Underground House
 
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Primitive Wonder: Building Mud House Underground, Update Underground House Hello all my dearest fan, Today we want to show you how to make mud house underground in my country. It really fantastic show to make for good idea make house. Let's enjoy and try with us. Thank you.
Views: 77584 Primitive Wonder
Ragnarok Farmhouse :: Ark Building Tutorial (No Mods) :: How to Build a Large Wooden House
 
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This is an Ark Survival Evolved building tutorial for a traditional American style farmhouse. In this Ark Build Guide you will learn how to build a large wooden house, with some stone and adobe features. Together we design a cool looking house and if you follow along step by step Bob Ross style, you can build a farm house of your own. I show you the house in natural wood and stone, and then we apply a coat of paint and plant some start crops next to this large house build. Complete Ark Build Guide Playlist ►https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0oKOXN7XUjKtqOXSfIyk_GJmxuIHF6DN Today we built on the Ragnarok map at coords 62 36. This is the Geeks Patreon Creative Building server, one of the servers I run with my friend Arahli The Geek for our Patreon supporters. Become one. ►https://www.patreon.com/UTC Share your build. ►https://twitter.com/UniteTheClans Join a community of Ark Geeks ►https://discord.gg/HbrRS2C Large Wooden House / Farm House Building Materials 24 Adobe Foundations 12 Wood Foundations 8 Wood Fence Foundations 8 Wood Pillars 14 Wood Rails 6 Wood Ramps 8 Wood Doors 4 Wood Doorframes 48 Wood Walls 20 Wood Windowframes 20 Wood Windows 11+11 Wood Sloped Walls (L+R) 20 Wood Ceilings 8 Thatch Ceilings 46 Sloped Stone Roof 16 Stone Walls 4 Stone Doorframes Step-by-Step Building Tutorial Series #1 The Swamp Cabin / Fishing House Boat ►https://youtu.be/fUaxMR0Hqvc #2 Mediterranean Row Houses ►https://youtu.be/0W7CvLkC4aM #3 The Redwoods Cabin / A-Frame Cabin ►https://youtu.be/MpTtqdOhGJE #4 Thatch + Wood Beach House ►https://youtu.be/HqwtkSPrNpE #5 The Log Cabin ►https://youtu.be/ocA3bKDAupw #6 Tapejara Hangar House/Adobe + Stone Longhouse ►https://youtu.be/Fgt0Cri1aYw #7 Tudor Style House / Medieval Town House ►https://youtu.be/T2uxj3au1PQ #8 The Garden House / Greenhouse Base ►https://youtu.be/7ayFmwdjIl4 #9 Log Cabin 2 ►https://youtu.be/fWNbeUkUhGE #10 The Winter Cabin / Snowy River Cabin ►https://youtu.be/YRbjmI05b7w #11 Redwoods Cabin 2 / A-Frame House ►https://youtu.be/-gPYG1uwJFc #12 The Desert Bungalow / Desert House ►https://youtu.be/MDhsnU7nHM4 #13 Ultra Modern House / Modern House with Dino Garage ►https://youtu.be/4sflfCk1Z4w #14 The Arctic Steamboat / Winter Boat ►https://youtu.be/NyOWDQAVFn0 #15 Oasis Greenhouse Bridge / Adobe Greenhouse Raft ►https://youtu.be/jErBbSM0QfY #16 The Elevator Workshop / Modern Elevator Base ►https://youtu.be/4JmjoNOeNGU #17 Log Cabin 3 / Large Wood and Stone Redwoods House ►https://youtu.be/Cgzr7DxrEyA #17.5 Log Cabin 3 Interior Design ►https://youtu.be/JAx-JGCovcY #18 Farmhouse / Large Wooden House ►https://youtu.be/r1RYg_BWEZo Ark Building + Exploration ►Creative Ark Building https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0oKOXN7XUjJBlJsd_PSno2JIiC31We34 ►Ragnarok Explorer's Club https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0oKOXN7XUjKQSs64bNlBp_4Q1v0HoF8G Music ►Be Happy - Dj Quads https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads/be-happy-vlog-music ►Um - Dj Quads https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads/um-1 ►Truly Yours - Dj Quads https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads/truly-yours ►Get Your Love - Dj Quads https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads/get-your-love Useful Links and Information! ►Ark: Survival Evolved on Steam http://store.steampowered.com/app/346110/ ►Ark: Survival Evolved's Policy http://goo.gl/JHPPCE ►Ark: Survival Evolved on Wikipedia https://goo.gl/4vk6wk ►Ark: Survival Evolved Wiki http://goo.gl/GBjAH2 ► Studio Wildcard's Website http://www.studiowildcard.com/ ►I play the game on PC, where it is currently part of Steam's Early Access program.
Views: 129257 UniteTheClans
Primitive Country Furniture
 
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Primitive Country Furniture www.primitiques.com
How To Build A Small Home Without Borrowing Money
 
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Kevin and Annissa Coy recently decided to sell most of their possessions and move out to The Pacific Northwest. They bought an affordable piece of land next to the ocean and began building a small home. Not tiny, but still very small. About the size of a two-car garage. All of this is being done without borrowing money to remain debt-free. I'd like to thank Keven and Anissa for being kind enough to share what they are up to which will hopefully inspire others to do the same. More info. here http://aselfreliantlife.com Tiny houses listed for sale and rent daily: http://tinyhouselistings.com Tiny houses for sale in your inbox: http://eepurl.com/bAcWb Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyhouselistings Facebook: http://facebook.com/tinyhouselistings
Views: 1205457 Tiny House Listings
Olde Wood "Unlimited" Web Series - Primitive Tiny Homes
 
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You may know us as one of the leading manufacturers of wide plank flooring and reclaimed building materials, but did you know that we also make primitive tiny homes? This 106 square-foot home is complete with a bed, bath, and half kitchen - and a hand-crafted, 100% reclaimed wood, mortise & tenon frame. Tiny in size, but packed with character, take a tour of our Salt Box Primitive Tiny Home.
Views: 3981 OldeWoodLimited
Primitive Daily Life : Build Primitive Tree House Near The Village (part end)
 
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This is video I want to show you about : Build Primitive Tree House Near The Village (part end)
Views: 3058 Primitive Daily life
Primitive Furniture | Building Primitive Furniture
 
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primitive country furniture, primitive furniture for sale, primitive furniture plans, rustic furniture, home office furniture, country kitchen decor, shabby chic furniture, primitive decor, primitive furniture stores, primitive furniture patterns, dining room tables, wholesale primitive furniture, country furniture french country decor french country furniture furniture amish furniture primitive crafts country primitive furniture country french furniture primitive decorating ideas unfinished furniture primitive bedroom furniture log furniture distressed furniture thomasville furniture primitive decor catalogs primitive home decor primitive furniture wholesale painted furniture barnwood furniture office furniture western furniture modern furniture rustic country decor shaker furniture the country porch country decorating ideas home furniture antique furniture dining room sets cottage furniture living room furniture vintage furniture primitive home decors cottage style furniture rustic decor cabin furniture antique primitive furniture primitive country decor
Views: 6060 dheayank
Build Underground House
 
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Today i'm build new house at Underground , it hard to dig but we try build for protect cool season . Please like comment and subscribe to get more video for us.
Views: 15040034 Primitive Survival Skills
NEW Country Home | Construction Tour | Building it Country
 
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Hey Friends! Thanks for watching "Building it Country". Today I am doing a walk thru of our beautiful country home and the progress that has been made of the construction. I hope you guys love the tour! Leave me some love in the comments below & make sure to subscribe for more country & farmhouse videos. WANT TO COLLABORATE WITH US? Email us ambrofamily@hotmail.com Instagram - @Buildingitcountry Music Credit - Modus Operandi - Wes Hutchinson You can find this house plan at www.houseplansandmore.com Baylor Southern Country Home - Plan #592-092D-0032 This Video is NOT a Sponsored Video XOXO Holly of Building it Country
Views: 2495 Living it Country
Primitive Log Cabin in the Forest Alone in the Wilderness with Hand Tools
 
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Building a log cabin completely alone has been my dream since selling my last cabin 15 years ago.I start this video by cutting down cedar trees in winter and end with a standing log cabin in the Canadian Wilderness, up to the top of the walls. In this video, I go into more detail to show exactly how I am doing it. Learn how I cut the notches, lift the logs into place by myself and start preparing my house to live a life like Dick Proenneke did in Alaska. Get prepared for the apocalypse by building your own primitive off grid log cabin, tiny house in the woods of wilderness Canada. Learn how to work alone and build your own home using nothing but hand tools - no power tools. Be a modern day lumberjack and outdoorsman capable of self reliant living. Create your own homestead, starting with a tiny home.
Views: 1172696 My Self Reliance
Primitive Saltbox Houses | Decor Haul
 
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Thanks for watching Building It Country! Today is a Primitive Saltbox House Haul! I hope you enjoy ❤️
Views: 1614 Living it Country
Modern Tiny House Primitive Cabin (240 sq. ft.) in Biglerville, USA | Gorgeous Small House Design
 
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A rustic, romantic & modern, smoke-free tiny house cabin with sleeping loft, WiFi, HDTV & small pantry and kitchen. Sleeps 2 in the loft, & 2 in the sleeper sofa. You're just about roughin' it here, but with most modern amenities, but don't forget a tiny home! Primitive means we do have running water on site, with electric and WiFi, we give you the cleanest bathroom port-a-john and shower hut for your use & lots of bottled water, water for hand washing, cooking & shower hut! Read more at https://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p617477vb?uni_id=1164986&CID=a_cj_5504473&utm_source=aff_cj&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=5504473&utm_content=12343170_0_0_6efab0117e970ef296dcbfe773 More Videos: #tinyhouse #smallhouse #cottage #cabin ======================== * If you like our video don't forget to press the button "Subscribe" and "Like" !! * Or Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/kf9Hhe
Views: 1058 Home Design Ideas
How to Build a Wood Smokehouse or Outdoor Closet
 
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How to build a wood smokehouse or outdoor closet. Easy DIY tutorial!
Views: 204158 Ana White
BUILDING MY DREAM HOUSE!!
 
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Today we met up with Vinny (builder) and he showed us the updates to my dream ho! Make sure to leave a like, comment, and turn on my notifications so you don't miss a video! Thank you :) Check out Vinny's website if you're interested in him building you a custom home - http://www.calvosaorganization.com/ See Gymshark’s latest releases: https://www.gymshark.com/ Editor: https://twitter.com/jaredmarston https://www.youtube.com/r/staggeredits Subscribe if you’re new :) http://tinyurl.com/yan2bm74 Please leave a like if you enjoyed! Watch More My Life: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNYfU5gmZtzYTrm8XamSZpknVcQ7oo5O1 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL ▶ Twitter: @FaZe_Censor ▶ Instagram: @FaZe_Censor ▶ Snapchat: @FaZe_Censor Check out my WORKOUT videos here: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorWorkOut Check out my MOST POPULAR videos here: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorMostPopular Check out my PRANKS here: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorPranks Watch ALL MY VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/FaZeCensorVideos For Business/Integration/Promotion requests please email my agent: mgordon@fullscreen.com Gymshark's Website - http://bit.ly/Gymshark_FaZeCensor Code "CENSOR" for 5% off SCUFS http://SCUFGaming.com Code "CENSOR" for 10% off GFUEL http://www.gfuel.com/censor About FaZe Censor I’m a professional gamer that enjoys working out and I do my best to inspire as many people as I can to follow their dreams. BUILDING MY DREAM HOUSE!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NothTMMOMSE FaZe Censor https://www.youtube.com/CENSAT1ON
Views: 912579 FaZe Censor
Amazing 3 Tiled Roof Hut - Primitive Mud House Making By Attaching Three Round Hut Under Tree House
 
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Build amazing mud house by attaching 3 round hut. We build this 3 tiled roof hut under tree house of palmyra palm tree by our smart village boys team.Do you want to live this beautiful natural house for a day? We have used only bamboo and others primitive tools & materials. Three boys work together for 3-4 days to finish this three round hut mud house. After completing the tree house they prepared two country chicken and cooked beside the mud house and then serve the chicken & rice to 5-6 boys & kids of our village. This is incredible natural environment side of ponds. If you watch this video you may want to stay this beautiful mud house for a day. Hope you enjoy the video. Thank you very much for watching our videos. You can like our facebook page www.facebook.com/AroundMeBD to see some unseen picture of regular event.
Views: 71302 AroundMeBD
Building your own Hawaii minimal house for a vacation's cost
 
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Kristie Wolfe spent $5000 to build herself a tiny home on wheels in her hometown of Pocatello, Idaho. It started off as a yearlong experiment in simple living, but she liked it so much she decided to keep living small, not only in Idaho, but she began looking for land to build a tiny vacation home. She bought a plot of land in Hawaii sight-unseen for $8000. A year later she bought a plane ticket, packed her bags full of tools and with the help of her mother, began to build a bamboo “treehouse” that to fit the surrounding jungle (though rather than using trees for support, she built it on stilts). After two months of building every day “from dawn to dusk” and an $11,000 investment, she had a second home. For Wolfe, the fact that it’s small- 15’ by 15’ or 225 square feet- is an asset. “My original house was 97 square feet so that was really tiny so this feels huge… I think small homes are beautiful because it fits with my lifestyle. I think having a lot of stuff mentally weighs you down even in ways that you don’t realize.” Building her own home meant that Kristie was able to design everything custom: from a toilet-sink to save water (she’s not only off-grid, but she relies on rainwater capture for water) to an indoor/outdoor shower with cork-bark tiling. Whether she ever moves here permanently or simply moves on to building yet another home, she now knows she can build her own shelter. Filming credit: Ivan Nanney - IvanTheIntrepid.com Kristie's blog: http://tinyhouseontheprairie.net/ Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/building-your-own-hawaii-minimal-house-for-a-vacations-cost/
Views: 2021624 Kirsten Dirksen
This Tiny House/Cabin was made from FREE Pallets!
 
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Kevin Bentley (www.facebook.com/thepalletcabin) shares his "Pallet Cabin" with us- one he made from recycled and free pallet wood. This cabin, at 12' by 12', stands as a great little hunting, guest, or weekending cabin or cottage, or could potentially be used/converted into a tiny house for full time living. Kevin, based in Georgia, (and a tiny house fan) has many other projects in the works, so be sure to check out his Facebook page, and subscribe!
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Primitive Technology Survival Skill | How to make wooden Storey tree house building
 
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Primitive Tool : Build Underground House protect cool season
 
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Hello everyone, Today i'm build new house at Underground , it hard to dig but we try build for protect cool season . Please like comment and subscribe to get more video for us.
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Primitive Survival Tool  :​ Build Fly​ House
 
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Hello Everyone , Today i'm build new house from bamboo and grass 200 x 160 cm. We Build this house fly from land 100 cm and we use bamboo bind to the tree it hard to do but we try to build this house 3 day .If you like this house So Please Share Like and Comment, Subscribe to get more video . Thank You.... ​
Views: 420838 Primitive Survival Tool
Simple But Gorgeous Diy Craft By Village Boys - Primitive Toy House Build Using False White Teak
 
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Village kids & boys can transform very simple thing into their toys and gorgeous diy craft art. Lot peoples ask me to show how village kids & boys spends their time without any plastic toys. I have also some more videos already how they make toys from nature and simple things of village. This time they used False White Teak to make diy craft house for village kids and output is so beautiful and kids playing their with so much entertainment mode. May be village kids have not any plastic toys or any smartphone but they spend their time best way possible by playing making small small things around them. NOTE: False White Teak can't be eaten or this tree can't be used as hard Wood. So we use this as garbage. We hope you enjoy the video. Thank you very much for watching our videos. You can like our facebook page www.facebook.com/AroundMeBD to see some unseen picture of daily event.
Views: 23720 AroundMeBD
Timber framing a medieval capstan
 
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This video captures the making of a medieval style capstan we will use for the raising of our cabin. The basic design came from timber framer Jim Rogers, who was kind enough to share his plans. We made our frame of 6x6 White Oak, the braces and stretchers are also white oak, and a bit of yellow pine was used for the yolk. The axle was made from Black Gum, a very tough and split resistant wood. The axle pin is a bit of antique wrought iron bar, about 1 1/4 " thick, which had flats filled on one end and the other left round to spin freely in its housing. In combination with a block and tackle this device is capable of huge feats of strength. As the axle is about 8inches in diameter and the handles are 8 feet long, the capstan alone give a 12 to 1 mechanical advantage to any force applied.
Views: 1172852 Mr. Chickadee
Cozy Log Cabin- How I built it for less than $500.
 
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This simple, but cozy bush cabin was constructed in my spare time, and was completed in 8 months. My youth group, and several people from my church were a huge help. I wouldn't have been able to complete it in time without them. I am aware that 8 months isn't necessarily a fast building time, but keep in mind: this cabin is somewhat isolated, no machinery was used, all the logs and materials had to be carried on our shoulders, I often worked alone and in at least 3 feet of snow, I built this in my spare time when I wasn't working 50+ hours at my jobs, or spending time with my family. And any construction project takes longer when it's out in the bush. Some people have noticed that I have a gas can in the corner of the cabin next to the stove. Obviously it is dangerous to keep a gas can near a running stove. The only reason why the gas can is there, is because I temporarily put it there for filming. The stove was off, and as soon as I was done filming, I returned the gas can back to where it belonged; outside. Of course there are things that I can, and could have done, to make sure this cabin lasts 100+ years: 1- The logs could have been debarked before I used them. 2- In the future I can jack the cabin up and put it on footings so that the logs will be kept off the ground. 3- In the future I can put a metal roof on, to replace the tarp. So why didn't I just do the above 3 things right away? I was under a strict time & budget constraint. I only had $500 and I had exactly 8 months to complete the cabin (it's a long story). Although I had a lot of people who helped on various occasions, I worked alone most of the time, often in temperatures of -30, with only a chainsaw, an axe, and my arms. Although I had to take a couple of shortcuts (because of my constraints), I do not regret any decision I made in the cabin's construction. If I chose to build the cabin exactly the way I wanted it to be built, I wouldn't have been able to build it at all. In the future, I plan to build a bigger log home. And when I do, I will be sure to take the time to build the cabin exactly the way it needs to be built. The cabin cost only $500 to build. Most the the money went into the lumber that I put into the roof. As for the items that were donated, all of them were scrap to begin with. That means the donated items were worth $0, and they only took on value when I was able to make use of them. - The stove was donated because I had a friend who had it sitting in his scrap pile and he knew I could probably use it. - A farmer friend I knew told me that he had a bunch of thrown-out windows in a garbage pile in his back field. He said that if I could dig them out of the snow, I could have them. - The door was a coffee table that another friend made, but he was going to throw it out because the varnish didn't go on properly. So I took it off his hands. My point is, that even though the above items were donated, they were salvaged items that were going to be thrown out anyway. This is another reason why I was able to keep my costs down. Because I was able to take other people's garbage, and make them into something useful. I was given permission to build this cabin on a privately owned bush lot. Cabin details: - I have no previous experience in construction, only a passion to learn and build. - The cabin is 10'x10'. While the roof section is 11'x16' - It has 52 logs, approximately 25 inches in circumference at the base. I left them with the bark on. - It only cost me $15 worth of gas, and $30 worth of oil to build the entire cabin with my chainsaw. - The floor is set on 9 patio stones, with 2"x4"s for support, and 2.25" thick rough-cut Poplar floor boards on top. - I made square notches in the logs, which I found to be a sturdy way to fit the logs together. - We didn't use any machinery (except for a chainsaw). Just good ol' fashioned man power. - I used a heavy-duty tarp to cover the roof. - To fill the gaps between the logs I used brown-coloured insulation. Not the best way to fill the gaps, but it's certainly cheap, quick, and efficient. - Since the cabin is small, I didn't place it on any footings. The logs are sitting directly on the level ground. I'll see in the years to come, how well the cabin holds up. But it's already lasted through a whole winter and spring without any problems.
Views: 3983567 The Outsider
Primitive Technology: Building Round House For Chicken
 
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Welcome for your enjoying to visit my channel Mr Crystal. I Hope that you will enjoy more for the next videos (^-^) thanks you for watching please help Subscribe like good comment and share https://bit.ly/2w9LkYo Primitive Technology: Building Round House For Chicken
Views: 146015 Mr Crystal
Tour of Low Country Home in South Carolina -  Low Country Victorian Home - Bob Vila eps.2101
 
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Related: Plannng Guide: Wood Decks: http://www.bobvila.com/articles/667-planning-guide-wood-decks/pages/1 How To: Stain a Wood Deck: http://www.bobvila.com/articles/2392-how-to-stain-a-wood-deck/pages/1 Bob begins a brand-new project in the heart of South Carolina's low country. Located in Mt. Pleasant, the neighborhood of I'On values community living and puts an emphasis on nurturing a traditional small-town feeling. Our project, the Duany Plater-Zybek ""Lifespan"" home, is designed with state-of-the-art features, and its construction has been planned around new building techniques developed to make the house more resistant to extreme weather. Bob tours the coastal town of Mt. Pleasant and meets the contractor, Kevin Kalman, and other I'On developers to discuss building strategies and techniques. Work has begun on the first floor deck, and Steve Barth from Willamette Industries is on-hand to explain the EZ Frame system being used. Additional information is available regarding the benefits of building with engineered wood.
Views: 14577 Bob Vila
Building a Cabin in Time Lapse
 
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24 days of building a cabin, time lapsed.
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Primitive Technology: Bed Shed
 
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I built a bed shed, a small shelter with a sleeping platform built into it. It’s quicker to build than a large hut but can be extended later on when materials and time become available. It’s not far from the dome shaped grass hut I built earlier. The hut took about 2 weeks to make only because it's difficult to find grass in the mountain (if built in a field it would be significantly faster). The hut is 2 m long and 1 m wide. Four posts were hammered into the ground, two 1 m high posts (1.25 m long, 25 cm underground) on the low side and two 2m high posts (2.25m long, 25cm underground) on the high side. Onto this, a sloping rafters was lashed on with fish tail wait-a-while, a spiky palm with a vine like habit. To remove the needle like spikes from the plant, the leaves are pulled off so that the frond sheaths come with them. This made suitable lashings. Battens were then tied to the rafters and bundles of long grass from the mountainside were collected. Using vine from the bush, the bundles were lashed to the battens starting at the low side and continuing to the top so that the grass would shed rain. Cross bars were lashed to the frame of the shed at each end to support the bed. These were at a height of 1m above the ground. The bed frame itself was made from four poles (two 2m long and two 75 cm long) lashed together to form a rectangle 1.75m long and 75 cm wide (the ends of the two longer poles extending further to sit on the cross bars in the shed). Lawyer cane was then wrapped length ways over the frame to create horizontal threads. Then more lawyer cane was woven between these threads to form a sort of bed spring net. The bed frame was then put on the cross bars and tested to see if it could hold my weight. A mat I made from woven bark in a previous video was used for bedding and a bunch of grass for a pillow. In a rainstorm it was possible to make a fire in the space under the bed. This structure is quick and easy to build. The bed is 1 m above the ground and provides plenty of area beneath to store fire wood and tools out of the rain as well as a place to sit and make things. The bed is comfortable and keeps the occupant off the ground away from ground dwelling creatures at night. The smoke coming up from the fire keeps mosquitoes away while providing heat and light reflected back from the roof. In fine weather the fire can be placed in front of the shed in the open while during rain the fire can be kept under the shelter to keep it dry. If room is needed to stand up the bed can be folded up against the roof and tied to it using cordage. This shed is literally one half of the standard rectilinear hut I usually build (2m x2m floor plan, 2m tall ridge line and 1 m high side walls e.g. from wattle and daub hut and tiled hut videos) and was built to be upgradeable. Later, the other side of the roof could be added on and then walls of some kind built around the frame to form a full hut. Wordpress: https://primitivetechnology.wordpress.com/ Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2945881&ty=h I have no face book page, instagram, twitter etc. Beware of fake pages and call them out on it!
Views: 11241027 Primitive Technology
A Primitive Shoppe Christmas Holiday Open House
 
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The Primitive Shoppe at Spencer Furniture. Country Primitive Upholstery & Amish made wood designs as well as unique home & holiday gifts & decor! Holiday trees, ornaments & winter greens for your holiday decorating! Join us for our Primitive Shoppe Holiday Open House on Sat Nov 29th & Sun Nov 30th! Refreshments, Free Gifts, Door Prize Raffles & more! Centrally located in Spencer, MA & just minutes from Worcester, Charlton, Sturbridge Village, the Brookfields. Visit us...it's worth the trip!
Views: 351 Spencer Furniture
Primitive Decor Furniture | Primitive Furniture & Decor
 
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Views: 718 Pinodan Safras
House Build Time Lapse
 
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Custom home build time lapse over 6 months.
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Easy DIY Wood Stars in 5 Variations
 
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Add some new decor for Christmas, the 4th of July, or every day by building a set of 5 easy DIY wood stars. These stars are affordable to make, simple to build, and perfect for adding layers and depth to your mantel. The four smaller stars look great on a shelf or hung on the wall, and the large rustic star is made from reclaimed wood and will look amazing indoors or welcoming guests on the front porch! Free printable building plans: Small stars:https://www.remodelaholic.com/diy-wooden-christmas-stars-one-board/ Large star: https://www.remodelaholic.com/build-large-rustic-wood-star-old-fence-boards/ "Thanks for watching! Don't forget to please like this video and subscribe to Remodelaholic for more upcoming videos! We usually post at least one new tutorial a week! We also have daily blog posts at www.remodelaholic.com Please also be sure to check out and follow us on our other social media channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/remodelaholic/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Remodelaholic/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Remodelaholic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Remodelaholic Google +: https://plus.google.com/+RemodelaholicBlog/posts
Views: 7798 Remodelaholic
How To Build A Smokehouse
 
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Easy tutorial how to build a smokehouse using simple materials. Are you interested in how we smoked the meat? For more tips visit my website at www.foodforestcookery.com or connect with me on facebook G+ or twitter Thank you :)
Views: 1268166 Food Forest Cookery
Primitive Country Decorating Ideas - Dynamite Crate Makeover
 
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Please Visit http://michellescountrycorner.blogspot.com/ In todays video of Primitive Country Decorating Ideas we makeover a dynamite crate. This in turn creates an unusual wall display. Thanks for watching:) Feel free to leave any comments questions or ideas:) Check out our Facebook Page:) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Country-Corner/123025284380957 primitive decorating video country decorating video primitive home decorating country home decorating primitive decorating tips country decorating tips primitive decorating blogs country decorating blogs how to primitive decorating how to country decorating country decorating ideas primitive country decorating crafts primitive decorating ideas primitive decorated homes country decorated homes primitive country homes primitive country videos primitive country decorating how to primitive country primitive country tips primitive country ideas
Views: 48126 Michelle Beighley
Primitive Hutch Build
 
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Here we complete a custom project for the lady of the farm.