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?
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 “Tiny House Tubs”
Worried about having to give up gardening? Or perhaps you are wondering how difficult it would be to grow your favorite vegetables or potted plants. The good news is, there are plenty of options to plant, grow and scratch that green thumb itch.
We all need to do it. Let us get straight into it, living in a tiny house means not much space. So not only do you have to be mindful of the type of toilet you buy, there are other factors that must be considered when choosing your throne. Some people enjoy going tiny to be self-sufficient which means living off the grid, this type of lifestyle means that your toilet will not be your traditional sewage hook-up flushing toilet. Here are some different types of non-traditional toilet options when choosing to go tiny.