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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
You are a tiny house fan, but building or buying one is not in the cards. Maybe you just can’t convince your significant other, or you don’t have the necessary upfront funds. No matter your deterrents for not moving into a tiny house, you can find ways to transform your thinking and current space to […]Continue reading
In 2013 AT&T embarked on an ad campaign called “More Is Better”. The commercials released under this campaign featured actor Beck Bennett talking to a small group of kids about which is better. He would literally ask, “What is better? More or less?” The kids would then respond to how more is better because…well, you […]Continue reading
A recent post on Facebook prompted by a well-known tiny house advocate and entrepreneur has got me thinking about tiny house inspiration. Often called “luminaries” these people run the gamut of inspiration and application. They are builders, philosophers, politicians, designers, dwellers, and more! But who really runs the show? Who is really a “who” in […]Continue reading
As with the legality of tiny houses on wheels in general, composting toilet regulations differ from municipality to municipality. In fact, states like North Carolina don’t have any codes for composting commodes at all. In other states composting toilet codes don’t even apply to homes that also have a flush commode in place. In fact, […]Continue reading