To save space, tiny houses often have ladders to climb up to the loft space. Although ladders do save on space, it is not for everyone. Some people absolutely abhor the idea of climbing up and down ladders every time they want to go to their bedroom, while others want their tiny house to be more pet friendly. There are lots of options to put stairs in your tiny house that can not only be multi functional, but a cool way to go up and down your tiny house loft without a hassle.
Looking for a warm destination to enjoy your tiny house on? Here are some amazing tropical tiny houses that not only take advantage of the beautiful location, but enjoy sunny skies! Not sure if this location for you? No problem! These tiny houses are available to rent for a relaxing get away where you can explore nature and soak in the sun!
Every wonder how art and furniture can collide? Thanks to artist and designer Sebastian ErraZuriz, you can see exactly how art can be transformative with a little bit of imagination and a lot of creativity. This piece of art is sure to peak your curiosity and allow you to marvel at the way structure and pattern meld together in unison to create a very unique and abstract art piece that is sure to capture your attention.
Living with your pet in a tiny house is great! Not only does your best friend get to wake up with you, but they too can enjoy the comforts of your new home too. But with a pet comes pet supplies from pet food to leashes and bowls. All these accessories can be quite extensive- depending on your animal and it is important to make sure to utilize every square inch of your tiny house with enough storage for your stuff and your pet’s! With a little creativity and a bit of planning, you can customize your tiny house to fit all your pet’s needs.
As the cool chill of fall slowly creeps up on us, it is time to layer up and take out those plush blankets to stay warm. A great way to keep your tiny house heated is to invest in a tiny fireplace stove. Worried about not having enough space? Never fear, there are adorable small stoves are designed specifically for small spaces! Come check out these great tiny stoves that can keep your tiny home toasty this fall.
Ever wonder what is the strangest thing you could buy on Amazon? For most of us, Amazon is a must-have in our lives. From buying a new pair of socks to ordering your favorite book, Amazon has made it convenient to order what we need and get it in a timely fashion to suit our fast-paced lifestyle. Now for anyone interested in going tiny, here is your chance as Amazon now sells tiny houses!
The concept of tiny living is expanding and the phrase “micro-living” is beginning to be a reality for many people across America, as cities have become more congested and housing prices have drastically risen. Technology companies have taken notice and have found opportunity in expanding their expertise into paring smart technology with tiny spaces. This has create a bit of a revolutionary start to the merging of technology and furniture. Interested in learning more? Continue reading “Creative Tech Making Tiny Living Possible”
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”
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?