The front porch and railing help disguise the tongue of the trailer and has a bahama shutter to help give the porch a little shade.” – Signatour Tiny Houses
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This 273ft2/22m2 apartment in Warsaw is home for a small family, and although space is scarce the apartment doesn’t feel cramped. Storage and bed is combined in a big box and there is easy access to the loftbed (even for a dog) because there’s a proper staircase leading up to the bed. In the staircase are built-in drawers.” – Living in a shoebox
Grain bins can be reinforced and insulated in various ways with typical wood framing, straw bales or even an additional grain bin inserted into a larger bin. The area between the two bins is then insulated. You can learn more about how to build a grain bin home from this article from Mother Earth News. The Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage in Missouri documented their renovation of a grain bin into a small duplex and even some homes have been built for the people of Haiti from brand new Sukup grain bins from Iowa.” – Cozy Home Plans
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I’m always on the lookout for those space saving solutions that will making tiny living that much more enjoyable. After my first tiny house experience I ultimately realized that the biggest error in the design was lack of storage space. My next living space will definitely have better thought out arrangements especially around clothing storage and kitchen/entertainment space. First, and most important criteria in my book, is that everything does double duty!” – Andrea
With TINY still winning over audiences and being featured at film festivals around the world the cineplex is once again being invaded by tiny houses. Small is Beautiful will be a feature-length documentary film exploring the tiny house movement. The movement runs much deeper than architectural trends and design aesthetic. The stories being uncovered reveal an organic response to the societal constraints keeping people from fulfilling their life’s potential…” – Andrew
One area of my tiny house that I have come to think about a lot is the bathroom. Now of course you need a bathroom, a place to use the restroom, a place to shower, etc. It can range from in your tiny house flush toilet or composting, to an “outhouse” style with a properly designed system or even a flush toilet; But I am beginning to wonder if a bathroom should be outside the tiny home.” – Ryan
I have been in love recently with the old time Sheppard’s huts. They have a quaintness to them, a practicality and many of them incorporate beautiful wood work into them. I found the Bodger’s Hut recently and really like the rustic but cozy feel to it.” – Ryan
Named Cabanas no Rio, which translates as cabins on the river, the two rustic structures offer a rural retreat for a pair of inhabitants.
One hut contains a living area, with a simple counter that can be used for preparing food, while the other accommodates a bedroom with a small toilet and sheltered outdoor shower.
Architects Aires Mateus used recycled wooden panels to build the walls, floors, roof and fittings of the two structures, leaving the material exposed both inside and out.” – Dezeen
Photography is by Nelson Garrido.
This is an interesting house that almost looks like a container home, but in actuality it is just a metal sheathed house. While I’m not usually a fan of the rusted metal look, in the setting/landscape of this place, it suits it quite well. …Continues
We had planned on having our tiny house chat last Monday, but our guest had a family emergency and we had to postpone to this coming Monday. We are going to be talking about building a business in your tiny house, so that you can leave behind… continues…