The holidays are almost upon us and maybe you are not quite sure where you want to spend your days relaxing. Living it up in a tiny house resort is a unique and exciting opportunity to try out tiny living before you commit or just a new way to experience the holidays. Either way it is a great getaway for any nature lover and anyone interested in the tiny house movement.
Great news for all those green thumbs out there! Tiny living is all about thinking outside the box, luckily this tiny house does not disappoint from a personalized green house to a full porch swing, this is perfect for any nature lover who loves to get down in the dirt and wants to enjoy the outside as much as possible.
The best thing about a tiny house is having the ability to bring your home with you wherever you may go. This is great for those that have to travel a lot for their jobs, live out of their suitcases or just love to see more of the world! But as great as mobile tiny houses are to hitch up to the back of your truck and go, often times finding a legal place to park your tiny house can sometimes be a big problem. Continue reading “Finding Parking Space for A Tiny House”
This beautiful coastal beach house gives you major cape-cod vibes with its wooden shingled exterior to the clean white french doors. You could imagine yourself leaving the windows open to enjoy some fresh salty sea breeze air, but you might be a bit surprised when the view out your window is not the ocean, but instead a bustling Manhattan. Searching for a space of solitude and space to relax and get away from it all? Look no further than this quaint tiny house five stories above the streets of Manhattan, New York. Continue reading “Tiny Rooftop House”
Traveling on a budget, no problem! This tiny house has you covered, not only is it portable, but it is super affordable for anyone looking for a quick place to crash for the night. Not only is it easy on the budget, but this little house has a lot of little quirks and surprises up its sleeves, perfect for any travelers looking for an adventure.
On average, 68% of tiny home owners do not have a mortgage in comparison to the 29.3% of traditional homeowners across the United States. With tiny houses being much more affordable, tiny home owners are able to be more financially secure and be able to have more savings in the bank too. Depending on your current financial situation as well as the booming tiny house market, you might want to look into financing your tiny house. Continue reading “Financing a Tiny House”
Castles are beautiful, fantastical and wondrous. Not only are they stuff of fairy tales and legends, they embody a sense of adventure, fantasy and a bit of magic. This one-of-a-kind tiny house was born from ingenuity and a lot of creativity and melded these two worlds to create a the perfect fantasy inspired tiny castle. Continue reading “Tiny House Castle”
Hammocks are the perfect way to unwind, relax and take a breath. Who doesn’t enjoy a nice nap or lounging in a comfortable hammock while reading your favorite book? For tiny living, hammocks are perfect for creating a nice quiet space for you to sit back, enjoy the silence and take a breath. Not only are do they come in all shapes and sizes, they are super versatile, easy to move and can serve many purposes in a tiny house! Continue reading “Nifty Hammocks for Tiny Living”
Firefighters have always been looked up to and admired for their bravery and along with their admirable traits they are easily spotted in their bright red truck with their loud sirens. Lucky for us, the two world collide as a Georgia couple have found a way to meld their passion for firefighters and their love for the tiny house community. As a tribute to firefighters and first respondents, this couple created a tiny firehouse perfect for hitting the road and showcasing what fire safety is all about. Continue reading “Tour a Tiny Firehouse”
Tiny houses are a relatively new concept and as wonderful as they are, some people might wonder what is the difference in RV living and living in a tiny house? Although the concept might be similar, tiny living and the tiny house community as a whole embodies a sense of both an architectural and social movement. Tiny living is more than just a place to crash at night, it is embodying certain values and ideals that is essentially living large while going small. Curious to understand the difference? Continue reading “Tiny Living is Not RV Living”