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Whether we like it or not, most of us are going to come out of this quarantine as better cooks. Now is the time to experiment with a few new recipes and even a few new kitchen contraptions. If you live or travel in a tiny space, most likely any kitchen gear will need to […]Continue reading
I’m sure that many tiny house fans have already seen the various videos on Rob Greenfield and his 10×10, $1,500 tiny house in Florida. What makes Rob’s house a little different than most is his outdoor kitchen that is separate from his sleeping and living space. The Hawaiian lanai is a traditional outdoor space that […]Continue reading
The Finnish tradition of the sauna (pronounced “sow-na”) is so ingrained in the culture, that Finns make plans for the tiny, wood-lined boxes in their new homes. While not everyone is lucky enough to have a sauna in their own home (much less a tiny house), the mobile sauna is becoming more of an option […]Continue reading
One of my favorite things about the tiny house movement is there is no one right way to design/build your space. Simply put, what works best for you is what is best for you. Each space is customized by your specific priorities and lifestyle needs. Based on these factors, you decide what square footage is […]Continue reading
“I’m going to start this year off right,” you tell yourself. “I’m going to lose weight, drink less soda, consume more water, and get one of those ear wax smart swab thingees.” It’s about to be a brand new year full of possibilities and opportunities for change. But what about your tiny house? Doesn’t it […]Continue reading