Tiny House Magazine

Tiny House Magazine


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Table of Contents - 84 Pages


FEATURED ARTICLES

1. Tiny Living Throwdown
Join the Tiny Living NC group in Efland, NC for a two-day hands-on workshop to benefit a very special family in the modern tiny house movement.


2. The Day Jack Nicholson Came To Visit.
There’s a scene in the movie As Good as It Gets that reminds me of some of the tiny houses I’ve seen online. In it, Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) is an obsessive-compulsive writer, and when he sees the contents of a suitcase efficiently filled by his artist neighbor Simon (Greg Kinnear), he nods approvingly and says, “Good packin’.”

3. Curating or uncluttering? KonMari or feng shui?
Author Susan Schaefer unravels the mystery of downsizing. Do you control your clutter or does it control you? Learn more about consumer clutter and finding joy in your junk.

4. Hello House - The Future of Design is Community.
The small town of Clarkston, Georgia, sits about 11 miles to the east of Atlanta. It’s a community known for inclusion, diversity, and, now, tiny homes.

5. Toilet Time - Building Out A Bathroom In The Tiny House
What goes into designing a tiny house bathroom? Is it form before function or a little bit of both? Explore the space you spend a great deal of time in but not enough time planning out.


The world's only Digital Publication 
dedicated to micro, tiny, small, and otherwise 
non-traditional housing.

Vina Lustado

“Tiny House Magazine is a wonderful resource for tiny house enthusiasts. The topics covered are widely varied from some of the most influential names in the tiny house movement. Get your copy today! ”

Ian Austin

The finished product you're putting out just floors me!
I sold alot of print advertising back when newspapers were still a viable business model, so I am familiar with production values and the difference between an amateurish, hobby-lobby type newsletter and the top-shelf digital magazine you are producing.

I expected 12 or 16 pages of text-heavy how-to articles and first-person memoir essays. Imagine my surprise to find 96 pages of publishing effort that would make Google or Facebook proud.