Places and Spaces is the feature article in Issue 31. One of the most appealing attributes of the tiny house lifestyle is mobility – home is where you park it. The story features folks who’ve traded in corporate life and mortgages for a tinier life.
Gabriella Morrison writes about Living the Good Life and How Tiny House Living Allowed Us to Create Our Dream Lives.
Malissa Tack shares how to live in a tiny house with pets.
Jenna and Guillaume are now up in Alaska after traveling across the country. They share the true costs of towing a tiny home.
Below is a peek inside issue 19 of Tiny House Magazine – a regular publication from the folks at Tiny House Blog.
The stock tank, normally used to feed or water cattle, horses, and other large stock animals, has shown up in the interior design magazines as the shabby chic version of a bathtub” – Christina Nellemann
In this month’s issue of Tiny House Magazine, I want to share with you the secrets I’ve learned from using and maintaining a composting toilet.” – Logan Smith
When I made the decision to become a tiny houser, I really made the commitment… When you fully commit internally, you still have fears, they just don’t win the fight. I spent a lot of time thinking about, and feeling my way into what it would be like to own and live in a tiny house. I let my imagination lead the way, and you should too.” – Ryan Harris
Tiny House Magazine Issue 14 is finally out officially on both platforms PDF and the iPad version. Fifty-nine pages of great content, thanks to all the great contributors. Personally I think this is the best issue yet and each new issue seems to get better and better. Here is a peak at the cover and table of contents.” – Kent
Issue twelve of the Tiny House Magazine is ready and hot off the electronic press. This is our first holiday issue. In this issue we explore some unique tree houses built in the wilds of Oregon in Kirsten Dirksen’s video. Logan Smith takes us through the decision process of building a tiny house.” – Kent
Over the last few days the idea of being a tiny houser who lives in an ever commercialized and material world has been on my mind. This is because Steven Harrell wrote to me with the tidy heading “cultivating contentment” after he published my last article at Tiny House Listings.