Today is a milestone for the Tiny House Blog. This is the 500th post for the blog. I want to thank everyone for your support and loyalty to the Tiny House Blog.
As the Tiny House blog grows and matures, I am looking for more ways to make your visit worth your time. One way of doing this is by adding quality tiny house plans to the Plans Page.
Today I am adding another plan called the Simple Life Bungalow, designed by Architect Steve Williams for his sister Joejoh. Steve is offering a $25 discount to anyone who buys the plans through the Tiny House Blog. In order to claim your discount once you purchase the plans you need to email Steve at email@example.com and type in the message “Tiny House Blog” Steve will than send you a check through the mail.
Here is the Simple Life Bungalow Philosophy:
Times have changed. Small is not only becoming necessary, but also sensible, beautiful and liberating. The concept of The Simple Life Bungalow isn’t for everyone but it can be for:
- People of age wishing to have an independent life in a home of their own that can be built so cost effectively, that a mortgage won’t be needed
- Young single people who wish to do other things with their money than feed a mortgage
- People desiring a guest house or “Mother-In-Law” quarters on their property
- Families wanting a small and highly desirable rental property
- Those in need of a weekend retreat
The Simple Life Bungalow is a beautiful option because it is small, elegant and contains everything a person needs for a complete life. Because of its size it is affordable, extremely energy efficient and relatively easy to build. The classic Craftsman style is the ultimate in comfort and livability. The Simple Life Bungalow’s size makes it possible to utilize the highest grade of building materials for low maintenance responsibilities and pride of ownership.
Life can be beautiful with a minimum of possessions… Sufficient clothing, a desk for communicating, a good book and a warm fire… These are the things of real value.
Visit The Simple Life Bungalow website to get the full details.
by Kent Griswold (Tiny House Blog)
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