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Why Homeless Tiny House Projects Are Hurting The Modern Movement

EDITOR'S NOTE:  This post is an Op-Ed guest post by author Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution and reflects his personal opinion. Please read and respond! I am no stranger to controversy in regards to my writing. I have written about a number of topics that have caused heartache in the tiny house world. But this might knowingly have me ousted for good. Doesn't matter. I'm gonna [...]

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Just Park It: Check Out California

Try It Tiny offers many options in the state of California, both for tiny house rentals and also private land rentals. Here’s a map of the offerings and we’ve highlighted some below: El Cajon, CA Link: https://www.tryittiny.com/properties/197 Enjoy moving in with a tiny house neighbor or two. Our host Clifton has already been hosting tiny homes and offers water a [...]

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Contemporary Kasita Can Be Stacked for Urban Living

Urban settings are slowly being transformed by the tiny house. Whether it be micro apartments or newly accepted ADUs, tiny spaces are becoming more accepted within cities and larger towns. The typical cityscape is due to change even more with the development of the airy Kasita and “The Stack” concept. The Kasita units can be sited individually or in a "stack." Designe [...]

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Going Places, A Tiny Cohousing Community

I want to live in a tiny house community. If I had a nickel for every time I heard this, I could buy a brand-new tiny home. Well, almost. As a nomadic tiny houser, I sometimes form temporary communities. Like this past winter, in my sister’s backyard. This was not your typical family visit. We stayed for two and half months and became a kind of mini cohousing community. We o [...]

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Seattle Tiny Homes & Small for All DIY Plans

In the world of tiny houses, being in business since 2010 is a lifetime. For years, Seattle Tiny Homes has quietly been constructing several high quality tiny homes on wheels, basic starter homes and now has a set of plans under their “Small For All” system. Seattle Tiny Homes is located in Walla Walla, Wash. Located in Walla Walla, Wash., Seattle Tiny Homes was star [...]

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TruForm Tiny Combines Tiny House Aesthetics with RV Designation

TruForm Tiny actually started in 1978. Owner Jon Carroll and his family lived in a handmade tiny house travel trailer while working for the Hoedads Reforestation Cooperative. Now the family-run business designs and builds tiny houses with various floor plans that are RVIA certified. TruForm Tiny is a family run design and build business. TruForm Tiny builds travel trailer [...]

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ESCAPE’s ONE Uses Handmade Japanese Details for a Simple Tiny House

ESCAPE has always used handmade details in their line of tiny homes. The ONE is no exception, but they have gone a step further to integrate traditional Japanese architecture and negative space to make their 276 square foot house on wheels seem so much larger than it is. The ESCAPE ONE uses Japanese aesthetics for a simple, Zen-like home. The ONE is 25 feet long and has a s [...]

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ESCAPE Tradition Features Popular Tiny House Details and DIY Kit

The ESCAPE models range from contemporary to vintage and now the company has unveiled their Tradition model. This model features the classic details that made us all fall in love with tiny houses in the first place. Not only that, a DIY kit of the Tradition will be available soon. The ESCAPE Tradition has a classic layout with some amazing windows. The Tradition comes in [...]

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Why Homeless Tiny House Projects Are Hurting The Modern Movement

EDITOR'S NOTE:  This post is an Op-Ed guest post by author Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution and reflects his personal opinion. Please read and respond! I am no stranger to controversy in regards to my writing. I have written about a number of topics that have caused heartache in the tiny house world. But this might knowingly have me ousted for good. Doesn't matter. I'm gonna [...]

Continue reading

Going Places, A Tiny Cohousing Community

I want to live in a tiny house community. If I had a nickel for every time I heard this, I could buy a brand-new tiny home. Well, almost. As a nomadic tiny houser, I sometimes form temporary communities. Like this past winter, in my sister’s backyard. This was not your typical family visit. We stayed for two and half months and became a kind of mini cohousing community. We o [...]

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The Tiny Tack House Urban Homestead

If you have ever perused Pinterest or Google images for tiny house inspiration, you have definitely seen the lovely Tiny Tack House. It was built by Chris and Malissa Tack in 2012 before “tiny house” was a well-known term (pre-TV shows). Back then, only a few plans and DIY resources were available. Malissa decided to design their house herself. She is a highly skil [...]

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The Ever-Evolving Caravan, the first Tiny House Hotel

Caravan is nestled in the vibrant northeast corner of Portland. It opened in the summer of 2013 and was the first ever hotel of its kind in Oregon and across the globe. Not only did Caravan seamlessly fit into the character of the neighborhood, it helps support the local economy and greater well-being of the city. ?Caravan is nestled in the vibrant northeast corner of Portland. [...]

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