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Like other historical homes around the world, the homes of Hawai’i were traditionally very small. The hale (pronounced HAH-lay) were the structures built by 19th century Hawai’i islanders and were made of local wood and topped with bundles of pili grass to protect it from the rains. A traditional hale at the Limahuli Tropical Botanical … Read moreContinue reading
These tiny homes might look just like someone tossed a Hobbit village into the middle of the idyllic German countryside. You will be pleased to know that they are not located in Europe, but in Ithaca, New York. Boiceville Cottages is a community with 140 tiny and small rental homes. These 140 tiny rental homes … Read moreContinue reading
The term “cottagecore” may not be familiar with anyone hovering in the Baby Boomer or GenX categories, but for many 20-somethings it’s a lifestyle to strive for. Similar to farmcore, fairycore, and grandmacore, cottagecore is an aesthetic community that takes its name from the 1980s hardcore punk scene term. The word has flourished this year … Read moreContinue reading
With the recent influx of houseplant Instagrammers such as Darryl Cheng or YouTubers such as Summer Rayne Oakes, green, living things are the newest home accessory. Tiny or small house dwellers can still have houseplants. Houseplants have always been popular, but with many people sticking close to home, they have become even more popular than … Read moreContinue reading
For all those looking to put down roots in a code-friendly tiny home, The Hiatus provides a drool-worthy real-world example. It is a wonderfully livable tiny house on foundation inside a one-of-kind cottage-style community located in Bend, Oregon. The footprint of The Hiatus is 400 square feet, with the two lofts it comes to 598 … Read moreContinue reading