Blog - Part 750

Tiny Artists’ Retreats

Lori Marie is an artist/craftista who works out of a tiny house in her backyard in Oakland. She fills it with her crafting supplies, sewing machine and computer, her French bulldog Matilda, and lots of color. Her pretty little studio has a tiny deck and even a tiny garden. She said the prior owners of […]

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Fagor Portable Induction Burner

fagor induction burner

In my quest for small furnishings and appliances I came across the Fagor Portable Induction Burner. Based in Spain and founded in 1954, Fagor is renowned for its product quality, performance and innovation. The company is the fifth-largest appliance manufacturer in Europe and the number-one induction cooktop producer in the European market. Here are the […]

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Martin House-To-Go Update #2

Here are a few answers to our last post on the Martin House-To-Go. I am featuring some new pictures of the Sportsman in this post. Again these are a first view thanks to Dan in Southern California who has been talking very seriously with Julie of Martin House-To-Go and getting these pictures and information for […]

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Tiny Free House Progress

Michael Janzen just posted a complete summary of his weekend working on the tiny free house on his project blog. In a nutshell he spent two days building the floor out of pallets and got some pallets up for the walls. Michael Janzen is not sure when or if the article will make it to […]

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Gypsy Caravans

When I was a child, my favorite book was “Danny, the Champion of the World” by Roald Dahl. Danny and his father live in a gypsy caravan in the English countryside in the 1950s and run a small gas station. Adventure ensues when Danny finds out his father is secretly poaching pheasants on a wealthy […]

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