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Kentucky and Cincinnati based tiny house builder, WheelLife, has an interesting statistic on their website: approximately 2 out of 5 tiny home owners are over the age of 50. This stat could explain the designs created by WheelLife which show both luxury and practicality. The WheelLife Industrial features an angled roof and a ground-floor bedroom. […]Continue reading
Each day brings new tiny house fans. Just when you think there is nothing left to talk about you realize that a new crop of “NOOBS” to the tiny house world, shows up. The same questions – or seemingly the same questions – get asked and discussion ensues. What type of heater should I have? […]Continue reading
(Fall 2011 – Summer 2012) My name is Ben Norton. This is my tiny house story. A neighbor of mine was all excited about your blog and showed me lots of really cool tiny houses that people have built. I was hooked. I just said, “That’s what I’m going to do,” and I just started; […]Continue reading
Cars have carports, why can’t a house have a house port? Designer Hally Thacher was looking to build an eco-friendly home and was inspired by the structures that sheltered hay, alfalfa and farm equipment in the area of northern California where she had grown up. Her House Port and PopUP House designs make for a […]Continue reading
So my building season has ended. The outside, barring a few details, is finished. The last article ended with me getting ready for the roof. They do wood roofs quite differently here than in the USA. My roof is a blend of the two systems. The only problem encountered was to make the person installing […]Continue reading