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Blog Posts

5 Tips to Give Your Tiny Home an Elegant Vibe

There’s nothing more frustrating than being a design enthusiast who lives in a tiny apartment or home. So many great ideas and so much design inspiration, but not enough space! However, even the tiniest of homes can be styled up and reinvented. You can easily design a comfy, chic home with an…


Posted by Tracey Clayton on March 12, 2018 at 5:32am

5 Ways to Maximize a Small Living Space

While living in a smaller space can surely feel confining and restricting, it certainly isn’t a reason to feel discouraged. Smaller spaces can have a lot of personality and there are actually a lot of handy tricks that can help you maximize your home and make the most out of what you have available. So, instead of despairing and coming to terms with the fact that you’re facing a lifelong imprisonment, you better take matters into your own hands. If you‘re still wondering how to actually…


Posted by Tracey Clayton on February 17, 2018 at 3:00pm

6 tips on how to decorate a tiny house

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Tiny houses are becoming incredibly popular. No wonder - they are easy to maintain, simple for tidying up and cheap to live in.

Still, decorating a tiny house isn't easy because most…


Posted by David Koller on February 1, 2018 at 2:30pm

Day 4 Videos Now Live to Watch

Here's your Day 4 official announcement! The video presentations from the third day of the 2017 Tiny House Summit are about to expire and we've just posted new presentations from Jake & Kiva, Hari Berzins, Andrew Bennett, Henderson County Pubic School Students & Teachers, Andrew Odom (interview), Angela Alcorn, Derin Williams, Tessa Baker, and Michael & Michelle Choto Nielsen…

Posted by Sera Isabella on February 23, 2017 at 12:29pm — 2 Comments

Submit to Present - 2017 Tiny House Summit

Thank you for your interest in presenting at the 2017 Tiny House Summit! Conference.

The Summit will take place Monday, February 20th through Friday, February 25th. It will be free to attend each day, and anyone who is interested in presenting is encouraged to submit a proposal, including first-time presenters.

All submissions must relate directly to tiny houses and tiny living, and presentations must be non-commercial. For-profit or commercial sponsorship or presentation inquiries should be made to steve@learningrevolution.com.

The Process:

Proposals can be submitted until February 13th, 2017. We encourage you to submit your proposal as early as possible because as soon as a proposal is accepted, you are given the ability to select from the available presentation times (the time choices become increasingly limited closer to the event). You may submit more than one proposal, but we will give priority to providing as many presenters the chance to present as possible.

Your presentation proposal, once submitted, will be listed on the Tiny House Summit pages of the TinyIsBeautiful.com website, with the opportunity for members of this network to view, comment on, and/or "like" your presentation proposal. This will give you and the other members of this site the chance to share ideas and to make connections before, during, and after the conference. Additionally, it will allow us to gauge the popularity of your topic or approach. It is our intention that all serious proposals be given the opportunity to be presented.

Presentation Guidelines:

Presentations should be at least 20 minutes in length, and all sessions must be completed (including Q&A) within one hour. All sessions will be held in the Blackboard Collaborate online platform. You will be responsible for familiarizing yourself with the web conferencing platform. You can take a look at the training materials at the Learning Revolution training page, and we will provide you with information on live training sessions where you can ask questions as we get closer to the event. 

Legal and Licensing:

By submitting to present, you agree that your session recording will be available to watch for free live and as a recording during the day of your presentation; and that you understand that we have the right to include a recorded version of your presentation in the bonus package sold for the Summit. Other than allowing us to use and package your recording for commercial purposes, you retain full rights to your presentation and your recordings, which we will make available for you to download and post in any way you like. If we approach you about making your presentation a "featured keynote" and you are open to it, we will send you a separate agreement.

Submit Your Proposal:

Please follow these instructions carefully. It is your responsibility to make sure your presentation proposal is submitted correctly. You must be signed up on the TinyIsBeautiful.com network and be logged in to submit your proposal. 

1. SUPER IMPORTANT:  Join the conference presenters group to receive general emails for those who have submitted proposals, and for all presenters updates.

2. Copy the following text (between the horizontal lines) to your computer's clipboard (highlight and Ctrl+C/Cmd+C on your computer):

Your Name and Title:

Organization Name:

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Area of the World from Which You Will Present:

Language in Which You Will Present:

Target Audience(s):

Short Session Description (one line):

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:

3. Click here to open a new forum discussion post.

4. Title your discussion post with the title of your proposed session.

5. Paste the template text (Ctrl+V/Cmd+V) copied in Step 2 into the body of the discussion forum post. 

6. Fill in the session information according to the template. If you separate your answers with a blank line and make the questions text bold, it will make your proposal easier to read.

7. In the Category drop-down field, check to make sure the category is "2017 Summit Presentation Proposals."

8. Click the Add Discussion button to save your proposal.

You are able to modify your proposal after it has been saved and up until it has been accepted by clicking on the Options button in your proposal.

If you need to change your proposal after acceptance, please email sera@learningrevolution.com.


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