Category Archives for "Tiny House Concept"
Are you a railroad and train enthusiast? You’ll love this darling caboose-inspired tiny house! In the below video, take a look inside the build to see how space-efficient ideas were brought to life in the completed caboose tiny house. Friesian Woodcrafters built it for the family-run sister business of Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland, Oregon. The Arthur is […]Continue reading
Today is the official start of summer and there is no better way to celebrate than to cool off under some running water in the sunshine. Being able to shower or bathe outside adds an entirely new dimension to any home, especially a tiny house. Outdoor showers can be added to just about any size […]Continue reading
With some popular cities seeing incredible growth, not only is buying a home become nearly impossible, but rental options are getting slimmer. The key to successful living in these types of cities is to think outside the traditional apartment block. Austin’s Casata community will include 66 rental homes for micro living. Texas-based company, Casata, is […]Continue reading
The term “compound” has taken on a much different meaning these days. The term actually describes a property (usually rural) that has multiple buildings on one or several lots. Compounds are usually inhabited by multiple owners, family members, or business or organizational partners. A compound is usually a multi-family property with multiple dwellings. What once […]Continue reading
Building tiny houses with salvaged materials is cost-effective and environmentally friendly. It can also lead to a new way of thinking, as it has for Tiny Texas Houses founder Brad Kittell. Today, we are revisiting his vision for creating hope from trash—his Pure Salvage Living philosophy: “We hope to promote the use of salvaged and […]Continue reading