Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on December 8th, 2012. 11 Comments

This week’s Tiny House in a Landscape is a unique dome home. Built from from sandwich section glass fibre reinforced concrete. It is 3.5 meters high, and 6 meters in diameter. Big enough for a tiny home, studio, or getaway.

The builder of this unique dome resides in the UK and says the following: This Dome Home could be a very posh or modern garden office or granny flat it could also be the answer to the world wide housing shortage.

To learn more about it visit their website: http://www.dingley-dell.com/dome_buildings

The Dome Home

Southern Fried Homes

by Kent Griswold on April 12th, 2012. 51 Comments

I recently discovered another small/tiny home builder called Southern Fried Homes. Owned and operated by Tim Watson the company is located on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Tim has been building custom homes there for the past 22 years.

Small, affordable, and Southern Styled, Southern Fried Homes are attainable now, and you can grow them over time.

Oyster Wharf

You might also think of a Southern Fried Home as an Accessory Dwelling Unit. Whether used as a guest house, rental, or granny flat these units are a legal solution to your housing needs in a growing number of East Coast Communities. The goal is to keep these homes well appointed and low priced. They also can be delivered within weeks. Continue Reading »