Happy Holidays from the Tiny House Magazine - Tiny House Blog
December 17, 2020

Happy Holidays from the Tiny House Magazine

It’s that time of year again. The rush of the holidays and the joy of getting together with family and friends arrived quicker than expected.

Though 2020 has been a rough and strange year we still have an opportunity to give.

For this special holiday issue, we had a fun challenge: choosing the cover photo. Most of the time we just have one choice, this time we had four and it was really hard to narrow it down to a single cover. That is why we decided to share them all inside of this issue.

Which one is your favorite?

Here are this month’s feature articles:

  • 3 Questions To Ask A Designer
    Designing a tiny house is not for the faint of heart. There are so many “tiny” details that go into intelligent design. Johanna Elsner of Perch & Nest offers some great tips to designing your tiny house.
  • The Gift of Salvage
    Start collecting! Don’t look at a pile and disregard it because it isn’t a finished product. Look at it more abstractly; a piece of a puzzle.
  • Landscape Diaries – Bring On The Frost
    Gardening is not always a four-season sport. But to tiny houser Ariel McGlothin the addition of some hoops and cloth have helped her make it so.
  • Shed To Home in thirty days
    On a lark, we visited an Amish shed builder. I’d heard of built-out sheds, sometimes known as shabins, but I’d never been inside one.
  • Running Hot Or Cold
    Builder Chris Schapdick has created several incredible tiny house on wheels. He has walked through each step multiple times and now debunks some myths on insulation and keeping your house both warm and cool.

Purchase your copy here.

 

Here are a few pages from the Holiday Issue and the cover winner:

 

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