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The Dark Side – THM 75

9:55 am PDT, March 19, 2019

The media, TV, Instagram, YouTube and blogs can paint a pretty exciting picture of living in tiny houses. They tend to glamorize the life and make it look like the perfect option. However, the reality of it can be quite different. This month Stephanie Kubes shares some real life experiences and emphasizes the reality of […]

Sedona’s TinyCamp : Inspirational Homes in a Relaxing Setting

3:00 am PDT, March 18, 2019

The TinyCamp cottages in Sedona, Arizona are not only great examples of tiny homes built in harmony with each other, but they are also excellent examples of how to build and place these homes in a challenging location. TinyCamp is located on a narrow hillside overlooking a river canyon surrounded by high cliffs, but they […]

Just Park It: an Orlando Tiny Home Community

8:45 am PDT, March 15, 2019

Orlando Lakefront at College Park pioneered the RV/Tiny House community idea back in 2015. The owner has slowly transformed it from a run-down 1950’s RV park to a lush modern tiny home community. It has an invigorating vibe, thanks to the active lifestyle of many of the diverse residents. The community is located on Lake […]

How to Build an Affordable Tiny House with Andrew Bennett

10:03 am PDT, March 14, 2019

Have you ever felt frustrated that buying a tiny house from a builder costs anywhere from $50,000 and up? Introducing the truly affordable tiny house! The average tiny house is 24 ft long, 10-11k lbs in weight, and 50-60k in price on average. Andrews goal is go cut that all in half. And so Core […]

Why You Should Invest in Wood Stoves Rather Than Regular Heaters

3:03 am PDT, March 13, 2019

With so many heaters to choose from in the market, finding the right one that fits your needs is becoming more and more confusing. Often times, people don’t sweat about researching the specifications of heaters and ultimately end up buying a product that doesn’t fully serve their requirements. Well, we are here to tell you […]

How AI Can Help You Live Your Best Life in a Tiny Home

3:00 am PDT, March 12, 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming a staple of the new technological landscape. Technology is constantly evolving and making life easier in practically every capacity, and AI is taking that a step further so that new advancements are more accessible and user-friendly than ever. Home-based AI is making our homes smarter and our lives easier. In […]

Compact Cottages Park Models Have 9 Floor Plans

3:00 am PDT, March 11, 2019

From consultation and design to financing and delivery, Compact Cottages is a different kind of company that offers both contemporary and rustic style park model homes. They can even help you find a place to park your new tiny home at RV parks or private lots. Compact Cottages has several park model floor plans to […]

Why Wheels? A Case for Movable Tiny Houses

8:00 am PST, March 8, 2019

The term “tiny house on wheels” can be a source of considerable misunderstanding. Ease of mobility is all too closely related to transiency, bringing up creepy connotations for many the traditional home dweller. Also, any structure on wheels is often seen as only temporary. Recreational vehicles are only intended for short term stays; right? Tens […]

How to Find a Tiny House Community or Start Your Own with Jill Kanto

3:00 am PST, March 7, 2019

Today’s episode is all about tiny house communities: How to find them, what to look for, and how to start one of your own. In 2012, Jill was newly divorced with two small children, and limited child support. Struggling to reduce her expenses, Jill found the tiny house movement. When her mom offered to loan […]

Rob Greenfield’s Tiny House

3:00 am PST, March 6, 2019

Welcome to my tiny house in Orlando, Florida where I live simply and sustainably! I built this tiny house along with friends for under $1,500, with nearly 100% secondhand and repurposed materials and while creating near zero waste- just 30 pounds of trash! This setup allows me to live simply so that I can dedicate […]