It wasn’t that long ago that tiny homes were just a cool fringe idea that existed, for the most part, only in books and magazines, but with the explosion in websites, blogs, video sharing sites, curated bookmarks, and other digital media tools, access to tiny house articles, videos, and galleries are now just a click or two away.
The interest in making the move to a tiny house can arise for a variety of reasons, ranging from the economic to the emotional. Some people choose a tiny house for financial reasons (tiny homes are cheaper to build or buy than a conventional house), others for environmental reasons (living in a tiny house can drastically reduce your carbon footprint) or practical reasons (such as trying to move toward a minimalist lifestyle or toward living more intentionally), and still others like the tiny house concept for a combination of all those reasons.
Here’s a tour of the couple’s tiny home:
Morrison has been teaching tiny house workshops for about 10 years, and has been a professional builder for 20 years, so he’s got plenty of practical experience in the art of tiny house construction. His website, Tiny House Build, offers a free 7-day email tiny house course, as well as his 4-DVD how-to guide ($59.97) and plans for his hOMe, a modern 207 sf tiny house on wheels ($99-$299).
Originally published on NaturalPapa.
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