Here are some unique ways to put your five sense (sound, sight, smell, taste, and touch) to a good use in an effort to make living in a small space feel bigger than it really is. Color, lighting, and music are all great ways to trick the brain into thinking your tiny house is much bigger than it actually is. Have I peaked your curiosity yet? Come check out these cool ways to engage in your five senses. Continue reading “Engaging the 5 Senses While Living Tiny”
Tiny living is all about reusing and recycling old material on hand. Turning old unusable items and repurposing it into something completely new is an environmentally conscious way to live. Not only do you shrink your carbon foot print, you also are opening your mind to the possibility of creating something new and amazing. Here are some bright ideas that will brighten up and lighten up your tiny house. Continue reading “Tiny Light Bulb Hacks”
Pegboards are amazingly versatile and perfect for tiny home owners looking for creative and unique solutions to add storage and display their personal belongings in an organized and stylish way. Not only do they make use of your vertical space, they also allow you to even double a canvas to display your unique sense of style, customized to your tiny house. Check out these intriguing and useful ways you can utilize pegboards to fit into tiny living! Continue reading “5 Tiny Living Hacks For Pegboards”
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?
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.