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Like many trends, tiny house living started primarily in the Western states. The idea has been a bit slower to catch on in the Midwest, but maybe that’s a good thing. It gives the industry a chance to work out the kinks and come up with plans that fit more people. microMansions was founded by […]Continue reading
Backed by many accumulated years of tiny house designing and building, TinyHousePlans.com should be the first stop for anyone looking to build their own tiny house. The new website was established by Gabriella and Andrew Morrison and BA Norrgard, all dedicated and well-established tiny house owners and builders who have been in the industry for […]Continue reading
Some of the original tiny houses were not built for Instagram-worthy photos, but for basic shelter from icy winds and harsh weather. The ice shanty or ice fishing house (also known as a fish coop, darkhouse or bobhouse) is popular in northern communities where ice fishing is a major winter sport. This towable ice fishing […]Continue reading
It all started with Brian Levy wanting to grow fresh vegetables. When the Washington, DC resident lost his community garden to a new development, he decided to purchase an ally lot in the Stronghold neighborhood of DC next to the Glennwood Cemetery. Once the veggies were established, other sustainable possibilities came to light and the […]Continue reading
Don Harmon contacted me after our last small home post. He said that he worked with a company that is specializing in small home designs. Though these are still concepts he plans to follow up shortly with updates on houses with photos that will be built using these plans. Again this is not a “tiny […]Continue reading