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For the first time ever, Dee Willams and Jay Shafer on-stage together! At the National Tiny House Jamboree this Fall, they sat down to share insights into their personal tiny house stories and into how they’ve seen the tiny house movement and industry evolve. These two early pioneers will leave you motivated to kickstart your […]Continue reading
Many tiny home designs today are racing to offer bigger homes with more features and gizmos. You can find tiny houses with hot tubs, saunas, and climbing walls these days – practically anything you can also find in a “big house.” But a lot of folks look to tiny homes for something simpler and more […]Continue reading
Fans of tiny house blog are probably already open to small home living, but how small is too small? And is “too small” a number, or a feeling? Dee Williams is fixing to answer those questions by downsizing…from the 84 square foot tiny house she’s lived in for 13 years, to a 56 square […]Continue reading
One of the ways I chart the progress of the tiny house movement is by the company it keeps, and by that measure, tiny homes on wheels have made some pretty incredible strides toward mainstream acceptance lately. We’re now living in a time when “Tiny House Hunters” comes on HGTV right after regular “House Hunters,” […]Continue reading
For our ninth episode Perry, Mark and Michelle interview two people all Tiny Housers should know: Dee Williams and Joan Grim of PAD Tiny Houses. If you don’t know these two, you should you Tiny House bastards. Tiny House Podcast corralled these two pioneers and got the long and the short, the high and the […]Continue reading