Living in a tiny house has numerous perks, including lower construction costs, lower energy bills, easier maintenance, cheaper decorating, and, of course, minimal impact on the environment. However, while it is quite easy to get accustomed to the small square footage in almost every room, we usually discover that we could always benefit from extra space in the kitchen and the bathroom. If you are struggling with decorating a cramped bathroom, we’ll help you…
No matter how spacious your home is, it’s always going to be too small to fit all the things you’d like to keep around. However, even the tiniest of homes can be utilized if you plan ahead and find sustainable ways to make the most of the space you own. From hidden storage area to multifunctional furniture, there are lots of ideas you can try out and use literally every inch you own. So, if you too are living in a small home, but still have big plans, here are a few ways to make it feel…
No matter how small your bathroom might be, it still offers a world of design inspiration. With little creativity and improvisation, you can overcome some of the most common design problems of small bathrooms and transform yours into a truly relaxing oasis. …
Tiny homes are one of the biggest crazes in the last couple of years. These ingenious living spaces may not have that much room, but their designs and layouts are made so that everything fits in perfectly without having to sacrifice many things. Sure, you won’t have a giant bathtub, but that is not their intended purpose.
While we can talk about different tiny home designs for hours, that is not the topic of…
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I intend to build a tiny house in the next year and I'm interested in helping to facilitate acceptance of tiny houses as viable full-time homes.
I am a retired senior wanting to reduce my footprint, live minimally, close to nature, and clean up my debt. Depend on social security and cannot support a traditional house or afford an apartment or condo.
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Congratulations on your retiremen! Are you going to continue to live in the White Mountains with your tiny house? I hope you set up a blog or something as you progress. I'm a Senior too and live in NH but am still working. I too cannot afford housing and am just renting a room for the next year. When my divorce is finalized I hope to have enough to set aside for my five year tiny plan...I'd be interested in knowing how yours works out.Are you a DIY or are you going to have a builder.
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