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Canvas Wall Tents for Simple Living or Camping

Canvas wall tents range in size from about 8-10 feet wide and 10-20 feet long. They can be supported with a simple wood frame, steel poles or traditional timber poles cut down on site. The walls are typically 5-6 feet high. Some canvas tents are large enough to contain a wood burning stove and the […]

Tiny House Magazine Issue 14 – Available for iPad & in PDF Format

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.” […]

Grandmother’s Tiny House

A grandmother named Monica Smith worked on her tiny 8 x 10 shed in her back yard. Her neighbors laughed when they realized she was converting it into a tiny cabin. It was very strange that she was putting so much effort into this small space. However it was not just a hobby this grandmother […]

Tumbleweed Amish Barn Raiser

Over the years, we have heard from tiny house builders that it could take 100-200+ hours to complete framing and sheathing phases. Why not provide some help and heavy lifting for builders this spring? Tumbleweed now offers the Amish Barn Raiser. It’s a complete “shell” assembled by our Colorado-based Amish builders, the Fishers, who also build […]

Brevard Tiny House

I thought you might be interested in a new tiny house company that my husband, father, and father-in-law are starting in the mountains of North Carolina, Brevard Tiny House www.brevardtinyhouse.com. The business has grown out of our family’s insatiable interest in tiny houses that started a few years ago when my husband took a class […]

Gregory’s Homeless Homes Project

The Homeless Homes Project, which features tiny structures built out of illegally dumped garbage and industrial waste are becoming more than an environmental stance or garbage art. These little homes are fast becoming a collaborative project between different groups who want to help shelter people who live on the streets.” – Chirstina

The White Swan Spring Bootcamp

Coming up in just a couple of weeks is the Tiny Texas House’s week long salvage building bootcamp. Scheduled for March 3rd through March 9, 2014. Using material from the Ugly Duckling Bootcamp you will design a home and then build it.” – Kent  

A Tiny Timber-Framed House

My partner and I have been building a tiny timber-framed house for a little over a year now. We thought you or some of your readers might find it interesting or helpful to hear about our project. When we started our build we had a hard time finding other people in the tiny house community […]

Frontier Fortress

A product of their environment and culture, Frontier Fortress is building with strength, durability, and sustainability in mind. Several functions set these Tiny Homes apart from the crowd: most importantly their use of big, strong, posts and beams. The goal was to design and build a Tiny House that combines these elements in an artistic […]

More About Jim’s Hobbit Hutch

The Hobbit Hutch is a 56 square foot vardo/caravan/gypsy wagon with a 20 square foot porch. Inspired by Paleotool’s Gypsy Wagon on Instructables website.Totally insulated. It has tiny appliances in a tiny kitchen area with working window…jalousie windows on both sides of the bed…transom window above it…artwork/awning/window box on the “romance side” of the wagon…faux […]

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