Simple clean and tiny, the “Studio Shed” can be nestled in a little corner. They are tiny and functional and reasonably priced, perfect for creating that little personal space for a hobby, small dwelling or just relaxing….
The Studio Shed Storage range starts from just $3,900 for a 6×8 going through to $15,650 for a 12 x28. Featuring Sustainable powered factory, FSC certified lumber, recycled metals and VOC paint on all surfaces…” – Jetson Green
Alek and Anjali have finally arrived in California, and recap the highs and lows of their travel adventure. Along the way, somewhere in the southwest, the most unusual event occurred. They were passed by a Tumbleweed Tiny House.
We were passed by a Tumbleweed home somewhere in New Mexico or Arizona. Totally crazy event and so happy Ani was quick enough with the phone-cam to capture it!” – The Tiny Project
Someday this might be a more common sight, but today, a rarity. Read about their entire tiny house move here…
I know that many tiny houses today don’t have staircases in them because people opt for ladders instead; however, I don’t think ladders are a great option for several reasons. First and foremost, there’s nothing quite like having to climb down a ladder in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Further, as the home’s inhabitants get older, the use of a ladder will likely become more and more difficult. The good news is that a staircase can work in the right size tiny home and the space underneath it can provide for a lot of storage…” – Andrew Morrison
In building our 28′x8’6″ tiny house on a trailer, we have been keeping track of how many hours have gone into each task. Here are some points to keep in mind when reviewing this time log: Andrew has been building professionally for nearly 20 years. Nearly all of the tasks so far were completed by Andrew working alone. He works for 8-10 hours per day on our house so his time is largely uninterrupted (except for when we stop to film each step for our upcoming tiny house build instructional video)…” – Gabriella
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
DOM (E) is perfect for those who value unconventional space, easily foldable, durable environmentally friendly use of materials and construction, with lower costs compared to traditional construction and rational use of natural energy supply.