Tag: tiny house
Thinking of building a tiny house, or just enjoy seeing gorgeous ones? Check out this one!
We love tiny houses, and this one has something smart we haven’t seen before – indoor hammocks. Check it out!
Like tiny houses? This little Japanese model may be one of the smallest ones you’ve ever seen – and it comes with so much. Watch the video now!
Want to build a really, smart, affordable tiny house? Get the plans to this beautiful tiny home for FREE.
Want a really NICE tiny home? Check out the design on this one!
Wondering how you’re going to be able to retire comfortably (play, travel, etc)? Consider building a tiny house like this one.
If you’re a nature lover, or if you just love beautiful tiny homes, here’s one you’re going to adore!
As winter approaches, those who have continuously protested for months against the Dakota Access Pipeline are preparing to stay warm as North Dakota temperatures begin to dip well below freezing. Donations such as warm winter clothes, food, and medical supplies have been pouring in from around the country as national support for the protestor’s cause continues to grow. However, one donation from a small community in Oregon has grabbed attention in recent days for its ingenuity and thoughtfulness.
If you think living in a tiny home means roughing it, you need to watch this tiny house video tour.
You’re never too old to downsize. In fact, a tiny home may allow you to retire earlier. Read about one happy couple’s experience.
Mountain-Climbing Couple Builds Amazing Tiny Home With Panoramic Deck!
This tiny house shows how much you can do with almost nothing. Made 95% with hand tools and only a few hundred dollars.
Alaskan Mom, Ana White makes Martha Stewart look like a slacker – at least in the carpentry department. White has created a lovely tiny house and is showing you how you can make the same house – with her free design.
For a long time in America, the dominant mentality was always “bigger is better.” Finally, “small is beautiful” is having its moment.
TINY is a documentary about home, and how we find it. The film follows one couple’s attempt to build a “tiny house” from scratch, and profiles other families who have downsized their lives into homes smaller than the average parking space. Through homes stripped down to their essentials, the film raises questions about good design, the nature of home, and the changing American Dream.