MorHaus

The trusses are shipped pre-cut and pre-drilled. Then they are bolted together on-site. The MorHaus method locates a truss every 4 feet with panels that are used for floor, wall and ceiling/roof structure between each truss for enclosed sections and a straight forward deck framing for porch sections. This allows for a high degree of flexibility in the system as any number of enclosed or porch sections – in any configuration – can be used.” – Tiny House Blog

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Cozy Bed in Tony’s Hornby Island Caravan

As far as the layout, there was careful thought given by Tony about his possessions- what to keep, what to get rid of, and of the things he kept, where they should go. There were specific spots built for specific things- lot’s of open storage under the bed for his many instruments, cd shelves, book shelves, a shelf for magazine folders for his papers and so on.” – Tiny House Blog

Read more about Tony’s Hornby Island Caravan

Tiny House Blog’s Brilliant Chair Workshop

April 5-6, 2014, Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 4pm. Not to late, a few more seats available. Join us for the first of our Tiny House Classes, a joint venture between Tiny House Blog, Northwest Woodworking Studio, and the Reclaimed Wood Blog. Presented at The Northwest Woodworking Studio, 1002 SE 8th Ave, Portland Oregon. In this two day workshop you will learn from Master Woodworker Gary Rogowski about furniture design and building techniques as we build The Brilliant Chair… continues…” – Kent

Steve Areen’s $9,000 Thailand Dome Home

Steve Areen, a world traveler who has been visiting remote locations around the world, decided to put down a few roots in northeast Thailand. These roots grew into one of the most beautiful dome homes you may ever see. This work of art (that only cost $9,000 to build) sits in the middle of a mango farm that belongs to Steve’s friend Hajjar Gibran.” – Kent

See more of Steve Areen’s dome home in Thailand. Photos by Steve Areen.

The Path the Mortgage-Freedom – Lessons from the Tiny House Family

We’ve created an online course to help others realize their dream of mortgage-freedom… In 2008, we had to totally redesign our life after losing our restaurant and home in the financial crisis. With a firm resolve to never use credit again, we started over… Our plan was a simple one and simply radical. We would work hard, stop buying, sell, donate, downsize, make a budget, and save every penny… This e-course is 5 weeks long and begins on March 15, 2014. If you want to join us, see all the details here: http://tinyhousefamily.com.” – Hari Berzins