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Will Johnston is a fun-loving man about town in Atlanta. Known locally as the “Tiny House Guy”, Will relishes his life as a micro-living ambassador. His positive energy is contagious. He founded Tiny House Atlanta, a program for the Georgia nonprofit MicroLife Institute dedicated to building walkable, sustainable “micro-hood” communities while educating individuals, groups and […]Continue reading
One of my favorite things about the tiny house movement is there is no one right way to design/build your space. Simply put, what works best for you is what is best for you. Each space is customized by your specific priorities and lifestyle needs. Based on these factors, you decide what square footage is […]Continue reading
Somehow there is a disconnect in the tiny house world. It seems that in past years living in a tiny house has become synonymous with going off-grid. This is not the case though. There is a large percentage of tiny houses that are still very much connected to the grid. In fact, when we lived […]Continue reading