Macy Miller: Following a Dream to Unexpected Places | Unlikely Lives

I did consider all the options, even having a kid. My life could have gone any number of directions, so I designed it to be very flexible… A lot of tiny houses have built-in furniture. I don’t have built-in furniture very intentionally. I like re-arranging a lot. There’s about nine different arrangements I could have for this furniture.” – Macy Miller via Unlikely Lives

Read more about Macy Miller: Following a Dream to Unexpected Places at Unlikely Lives. You can follow Macy Miller on her blog, MiniMotives.com

Macy Miller’s Kitchen

Some say a tiny house kitchen can’t be functional and complete. It’s really just a matter of priorities, as this tiny house shows.

I very much believe that form follows function. Everything in a design should have a reason and a purpose. Good design can seamlessly integrate a plethora of systems and make it look natural. It can take various pieces and add them up to make a greater ‘whole’.” – Macy Miller

See more of Macy’s house and her Timeline Photos at minimotives.

Tiny r(E)volution – Interview with Stacey Whitcomb

I remember running away from home when I was three in the middle of dinner, in the middle of winter in Montana. Dad was teasing me and I gave him a warning but he didn’t believe me. Down the stairs and out the front door I flew. I could hear my mom chewing his ear off as I slammed the door.” – Tiny r(E)volution

Listen to the interview…