This week I thought I would share a tiny house in a landscape that I was lucky to visit last weekend at a workshop in Tennessee. I attended one of Deek’s workshops held at Tiny Happy Homes sometimes know as Tennessee Tiny Homes and owned by Joe Everson.
This little home is approximately 12 x 18 and built on a foundation. Joe’s sister and daughter live in it. It is one of several tiny/small homes located on the property where Joe builds and sells tiny houses.
Many of you want interior photos of the Tiny House in a Landscape photos and this time since I was there I was able to get a few and I have included them. You can see more of Joe’s work if you are on Facebook by clicking this link.
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a blast from the past. Called the “Weekender,” this cute little house was found on one of the few tiny house websites I could find back in 2007. Unfortunately, the website is no longer up and I don’t have interior photos.
You can view a floor plan here.
It is amazing how times have changed in those seven years. Back in 2007 it was almost impossible to find tiny houses and now they are all over the country. Enjoy!
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features a vintage Spartan trailer sitting in a beautiful landscape. I could not find any details on where this was take but it looks to me like central Oregon or a similar type climate.
Though mobile many of these old Spartan trailers are being refurbished and quite a few of them are becoming full time living abodes for some people and vacation destinations for others. Vintage trailers are another passion of mine and if you are interested in purchasing one you can follow my new Facebook Fan page called Vintage Trailers for Sale here. https://www.facebook.com/VintageTrailersForSale
Rhonda Kivlin of Westwood, Massachusetts sent in this week’s Tiny House in a Landscape feature. She says:
“I snapped this picture of three abandoned tiny houses while hiking near Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport, Maine. Because there was a fence, I couldn’t get any closer, but I sure wanted to sneak inside and check them out.”