These Reclaimed Wood Tiny Houses Belong In A Tim Burton Movie

If you ever find yourself in Elk River, Minnesota, and you see something that gives off the haunting feeling that you've stepped into the world of the latest Tim Burton flick, don't worry—you've just stumbled upon the work of Dan Pauly, the master behind The Rustic Way.

The artisan and his firm use reclaimed wood to build beautifully twisted structures, including saunas, sheds, cottages, playhouses, and outhouses. Throw on a Danny Elfman soundtrack to set the mood and scroll on down to immerse yourself in some fantastically surreal architecture. 

H/T Colossal

Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. No joke, Big Fish is one of his favorite movies. 

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