Tiny mobile homes are a great option for homeowners on the move- whether it be for their job or for pleasure. One important aspect of a mobile tiny house is deciding what vehicle would best be suited for towing your home safely and securely. In doing so, it is essential to keep in mind certain key points such as road limits, house dimensions and weight distribution in order to bring your tiny home with you without a hassle. Enrich yourself about what type of vehicle you need to tow your tiny house.
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Interested in taking your tiny house a step further to become more self sufficient and want to harness your own source of power? I have a great solution for you. Wind turbines are a great eco-friendly way to take advantage of the environment and assist in power your house all in one. This is a great opportunity to take a step closer to live self-sufficiently or to simply lower the cost of utility bills.
Going tiny and being sustainable is easier than you think. Tiny living is all about having a smaller carbon food print and being eco-friendly. Have a green thumb and itching to use it? Gardening just might be your answer. Not only does it provide you with fresh ingredients to cook with, it saves you money which can be saved on a rainy day or be put towards an amazing travel trip to Europe. Interested on ways to be sustainable?
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It is so easy to blow the budget when food shopping, although tiny living may afford you the opportunity to splurge a bit more and buy that expensive cheese or go out a bit more on a daily basis- think about how much you could be saving if you used that beautiful modern and tiny kitchen right in your own home! Tiny living is all about financial freedom and minimal living, but that does not equal minimal cooking. Here are some amazing ways you can save even more money on your next grocery bill. Continue reading
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Going tiny requires sacrifice. With a smaller space comes less cleaning (bonus) but also less storage for clothes, less living space for furniture, etc. But some amazing upsides to going tiny include smaller utility bills and lower cost of living (overall). An exciting part of going tiny is focusing on what is important and getting rid of things that are not. Besides focusing on the type of lifestyle tiny living allows it is also important to focus on the practicality. Buying new decor and furniture can be expensive. Other life style changes that is encouraged when going tiny include access to fresh herbs and vegetables which allows for more cooking to be done at home. Here are some quick and easy thrifty tips to stay under budget when living tiny!
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When you think tiny house, a picture of an adorable cottage style or log cabin vibe tiny house comes to mind. But tiny houses can come in all shapes and sizes, literally. Thanks to its small stature and affordable build budget, some people have gone the extra mile to make their tiny houses truly unique. From living in a boot shaped house to all glass, I have rounded up what I believe are the top five craziest tiny houses that are sure to surprise and astonish anyone.
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Tagged architecture, crazy boot house, crazy tiny houses, creative, design, exbury egg, Le Nuage, The Cloud, the glass house, tiny house, Tiny Living, travel
Taking a bath can be a great way to unwind, relax and take a moment to yourself after a hard day of work. When you think of a tiny house, I am guessing you are wondering how a tub could possibly fit in a tiny bathroom? The answer, creatively. There are a variety of non-traditional tubs that are eco-friendly, upcycle and are perfect for tiny bathroom spaces. Still not sold? Check out these tub ideas that will be sure to get you on board! Continue reading
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There may be a preconceived notion of what a minimalist looks like, acts or even behaves. Just because you are planning on going tiny does not mean that you have to follow a status quo. Living minimalistically can not only be freeing but can also teach you a little bit more about yourself. Like many things in life, minimalist come in all different shapes and sizes. Here are a few minimalist which I have categorized.
Want more room in your tiny house but do not want to add extra square footage? Seems impossible! Thankfully I know the perfect compromise that will allow you to have the perfect tiny house of your dreams and give you a little bit more space that is necessary for your comfort. Look no further than tiny house slide outs. Curious about what they are and want to find out if this addition could be right for you?
Tiny houses equal small space which means if going tiny is something you are seriously considering, minimalism is key. Minimalism embodies a lot of similar traits to tiny living from valuing experiences to adventures, living minimalistically opens the door for new opportunities in your life that things and stuff would have held you back from. So let us jump right into living the minimalist lifestyle
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