It is easy to get into the trap of “Keeping Up With The Joneses” even with the tiny house lifestyle. The question is: have we been set up, and is that lifestyle even obtainable? Andrew Odom digs into the answer.
Are you in the process of designing a tiny home with pets in mind? Johanna Elsner of Perch & Nest discusses what you need to think about as you design your home, and dealing with litter boxes, food dishes, and the general upkeep of having a pet in a tiny space.
How do you have dinner guests in a tiny house? Is there room? Tiny House Theatre shares some ideas to help pull this off. It actually isn’t as hard as you might think.
Life changes are unavoidable. Tim and Stephanie of Creative Animal are in a new season in their lives and they want to pass on their tiny house to someone else. Maybe it could be you.
How do tiny housers deal with the ongoing pandemic? While living so small there are ways to reduce the pressures, and Brynn Burger goes into the details with suggestions to combat this problem.
Enjoy these stories and more in this month’s issue of the Tiny House Magazine.
Inside this issue you will find:
- Turning a Garage into an in-law Unit as Empty Nest Alternative
- Keeping Up With The Joneses
- Ask A Designer
- Inch By Every [tiny] Inch
- The Truth About Tiny Houses on Pandemic Lockdown
- Move-In Ready
- On The Cover – Little Eventyr
- Eye Candy – Korallus Tiny Homes
- Your Attention is Being Bought and Sold
- Travel Light. Travel Far.
- Seen and Scene
- Solitude is not the same as isolation..
- Dinner Is Served
Here are a few actual pages from this month’s issue.