Over the past few years, an increasing number of Americans have been moving into custom-built tiny houses. One company is using these homes-on-wheels to help out families who lost everything in the recent South Carolina floods.
When the president of Driftwood Homes USA saw the flood’s devastating effects on the local community, he knew he had to help. Instead of building tiny homes to sell for a profit, the brand-new South Carolina-based company decided to use their products as charitable donations to those in need.
With the help of charity from local businesses, the company quickly assembled their first tiny house.
The home is move-in ready, and features a modern and cheery interior design.
The color palette leaves the area feeling light and airy.
The adorable air-conditioned cottage is equipped with a full kitchen, cozy seating area with flat-screen TV and a large sleeping loft.
With the help of donations from local businesses, the company quickly assembled their first tiny house.
According to Country Living, the company is now preparing to build a second home that will help house another family affected by the floods. If you’d like to help the company raise funds to continue their efforts to donate more homes, visit their GoFundMe page.