Category Archives for "Tiny House Concept"
If you live anywhere near the ocean you are familiar with lifeguard towers. These small structures are usually built on stilts and used to house beach lifeguards, their gear and rescue equipment. While they are not used for full-time living many of them do include a nice amount of space that could be converted into […]Continue reading
Tiny houses are big business now. Between television program, magazine spreads, celebrity pseudo-endorsements, and a plethora of websites, tiny houses have almost buried McMansions in a big box of irrelevance. From as little as 58 sq.ft. to about 400 sq.ft., the “traditional” tiny house has slowly become a sought-after living arrangement for new college graduates, young […]Continue reading
While it sounds a little highfalutin’, the term “boutique” should actually be part of the tiny house vernacular. Within the hotel and retail industry the term is used to describe a smaller, more intimate and personal experience. Boutique hotels are becoming a more popular option for vacationers who want to support a smaller business with […]Continue reading