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.Continue reading
A separate dinning room? This is certainly innovative! At 34′ x 10′ this home can include some extras that a typical tiny house can’t. The bathroom has a separate shower and soaker tub for one. It includes a master on main and a small loft above the dinning area. If you would like to see more of this house you can check it out here on the Market Place.
One of the intimidating factors about moving into a tiny house is the thought of getting rid of all your stuff. For many this is the specific reason for moving out of their standard size home, for others it can be a source of stress. Although the dream of downsizing and living with less,enjoying the freedom and adventure this lifestyle represents to the wanna- be minimalist, it can still be a daunting thought. After all we have been conditioned to identify and associate who we are to our accumulated possessions.Continue reading
So, you want to host Thanksgiving in your tiny house for your family or friends, but you don’t think that it’s possible in your limited space. Don’t be silly! With some forethought and realistic expectations, you can put on a most memorable affair!
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”)Continue reading
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”)
I have written stories about tiny home builders that we partner with and private home owners, but today’s story is about a community developer. We first got to know Justin in the fall of 2018 when he contacted us to build a tiny home trailer for him. We certainly didn’t know then how big his dream really was. It turns out that just building one home would not be enough for him. Justin wanted to build a village. A place where neighbors knew and cared about each other, with a connection to the greater world beyond them. He decided to build north of Travelers Rest South Carolina off of the Swamp Rabbit Trail and called his community Creek Walk.Continue reading
The popularity of tiny homes has been increasing over the last 10 years or more. Several reality TV shows have popped up to show us in great detail the excitement of planning for and building a home that is less than 400 Sq Feet. Not to mention that these homes are usually on a trailer which opens up the entire world to our wonder lust! Everyone is in one the game; professional builders, single women, couples young and old, students and recent graduates.Continue reading