Posts Tagged ‘tiny house’

Couple’s Exquisite Hand-Crafted Tiny House

Meet Margarita and Stevie, a free-spirited and talented young couple. Together they designed and hand-built their 97 sqft tiny home. They gave great attention to decorative details, like adding curvy organic shapes to soften the boxy tiny house on wheels shape. It is, at the same time, simple and artistically sophisticated. For them, their tiny…

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Adventurer’s Salvage-Built DIY Tiny House

Meet Adam, an outdoor adventure enthusiast and DIY tiny house builder in the Wyoming mountains. His 20′ x 8.5′ x 13.5′ tiny house on wheels was built from a wide variety of salvaged and reclaimed materials, like locally-harvested wood and pallets. Ultimately, he achieved his goal of a low-cost tiny home, perfectly suited for his…

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What You Need to Consider Before Decorating a Tiny House

How is decorating a tiny home different from a regular house? It’s not the easiest task in the world, but it’s also not impossible. If you’ve decided to commit to downsizing and simplifying your day to day life by starting with the home, chances are as you would with any house, you want to make…

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Author’s Creative Tiny House Parked in SF Bay Area, Only $300/mo

Meet author Amanda Kovattana, who built out and customized an extra-tiny house shell with many salvaged materials, the ultimate test of her professional organizer skills. Amanda’s 8’x14′ tiny home is only 86 square feet. So everything must be multi-functional. The feel is warm, and the style colorful. As a result, it feels like a nesting…

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7 Must-Know Facts About Tiny House Plumbing

Tiny house plumbing can range from very simple to complicated, here are some facts to help you prepare. Do you want to know what it’s like to live in a tiny house? More people are looking to join the tiny house movement by building their own tiny house. The movement began as a way for…

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Tiny House Appendix Approved in Massachusetts

MA Becomes 7th State to Adopt IRC Tiny House Appendix Q Massachusetts joins California, Idaho, Maine, Oregon, Georgia, and Washington to become one of the first states to adopt International Residential Code, Appendix Q for Tiny Houses. It provides a model building code for houses 400 square feet and under. “This has been a long…

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