Kent Griswold

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The Nutmeg of Consolation – Studio on a Lifeboat

Benjamin Wheeler brought to my attention Tom Dolby’s blog and his restoration of on ships lifeboat that he has converted into a music studio over in England. Though not used as a tiny house there is absolutely no reason that it couldn’t be converted into one. I’ll let Tom Dolby tell you a little bit […]

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Loft Living?

One of my readers, Ben sent me this cool ad that shows a unique form of short term living or extreme living. These are loft beds used in rock climbing and I know climbers can spend many days climbing and living literally on the edge. How could this loft approach be used in a more […]

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Tiny House in a Landscape

John Chapman who’s idea it was to start the “Tiny House in a Landscape” feature recently sent me this photo which just happens to be taken in New Zealand. I wish the photo was larger but it is a neat shot of an old tiny building with beautifully textured painted walls beside some old tracks. […]

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