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Believe it or not there are a few different kitchen layouts to choose from when designing your tiny house. A kitchen can be a very personal thing and no matter the size it generally becomes the heart of the home. Even people turning to a minimalist lifestyle and living in a tiny house must also eat. Just like in a traditional house, the kitchen often takes on the personality of the those using it. I have seen 100’s of kitchen designs and wanted to share just a few with you to show the wide range available to incorporate into your future tiny home.


Over the years Tiny Home Builders have worked with countless people in the tiny home community, from advocates and enthusiast to building companies, and diy’ers, maybe even a few naysayers. They all have a unique story to share and this is one of them. (Please look for more stories in this blog series: “The Inside Story”)

There’s a new face in the Tiny Home Building community that I think you are going to be seeing a lot more of.  Levi Green and his wife Chandler with Levi’s uncle, Brent Green, began Living Tiny about a year and a half ago after Chandler became interested in the tiny home movement. She realized that there was a demand for tiny homes in the Midwest and she “knew that we could help those people live out their dreams”. With over 20 years of experience, in the traditional home building industry, Levi and his uncle Brent knew this was a challenge they could rise to.

Tell Us a Little about Yourself

Located in Claremore Oklahoma, the Greens see a lot of clients in their mid-30’s “who just want to live a simpler life.” These folks are interested in tiny homes for personal use, but they also have clients that want a house to rent out as an Airbnb and a few have created resort rentals.

Levi says their style is farmhouse modern and features clean lines and a modern design. “100% of our homes are custom designed, all in house. We draw up all our own plans”. Their focus has been on tiny homes but plan to branch out to container homes as well. “We find it very rewarding to help people live financially free and enjoy the simple life of living out their dreams. Customer satisfaction is our #1 goal from start to finish. Our business was built because of our customers.” And to prove this “We offer free shipping to all lower 48 states. This sets us apart from other builders. We take all the stress out of building a home from design to delivery.”

Any Cool Projects?

I asked the team what their favorite build was so far. “We love all of our projects because there is not one that is alike. Our most recent home we just built for some clients in Hawaii has been one of the most fun projects because of the destination and the personality of the home. We are the first Tiny home company to ship a tiny home from the mainland to Hawaii. That makes that build one of our favorites!”

Any Advice for a Future TH Owner?

 “The best advice we could give a perspective client is to understand the cost of a build. Even know these homes are smaller they still cost money. One of the largest expenses of a tiny home is the trailer. The next thing we would say is have a place ready to go and financing in place prior to reaching out. We have a lot of perspective clients that we spend weeks getting their plan ready and they end up not being able to get financing.”

Is There anything else that you would like us to know about Living Tiny?

“We partnered with my uncle Brent Green who has over 20 years of building and design experience and hundreds of full-scale homes completed, he brings a unique perspective to the challenges and opportunities of tiny houses. Our goal is to help improve lives by supporting economic freedom, intentional living, and sustainability. We believe that great design and quality housing should be affordable and attainable. Being a Navy Veteran Living Tiny was a part of life while serving. Taking what I learned from my time in the service and what true essentials I needed to live simple has help us know what is important in a home.”  

Thank you Levi and Chandler for sharing your story with us. We are super grateful to partner with you and wish you much success in the future.

If you have built a home on a Tiny Home Builders Trailer or have used one of our plans, we would love to share your story. Just drop me a line at Support@tinyhomebuilders.com

Whether you have been considering tiny living for a while now, or you are brand new to the movement, research is an intricate part of gaining the knowledge that you need and answers to the questions you have. Here are a few great tips to help you make the most of your time and efforts in your tiny house research.


Tiny House Bathrooms are usually a main focus of a new tiny house builder which is actually funny that most people spend less than 1% of their day in that room. But that doesn’t mean that people don’t go all out and make their tiny house bathrooms as livable and beautiful as they can.  Here are five examples of tiny house bathrooms that could inspire your tiny house project.


Face Your Fear: Tiny House Electrical Wiring

There is very little more terrifying for most DIYers than doing electrical work. The fear of blowing circuits, starting fires or even electrocution is usually what steers most people away from attempting to rewire anything in the house, let alone install electricity from scratch. Here we will discuss how even the most novice of tiny house builders can learn to feel comfortable around tiny house electrical wiring.



It is one of the biggest concerns on every new tiny home builder’s mind: How much room am I going to have in that loft? We are asked all the time, “What is the highest that I can go?” There are set limitations for sure, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t ways to sneak out as much headroom as possible. Here is what you need to know to make the most of your tiny house height.


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