Tiny Living

June 17, 2016

Quaint and Quirky Tiny House on Wheels Lets Owners Live Off-the-Grid

Living the nomadic life and roaming around with all your worldly possessions may seem like a pipe dream to some, but with more and more tiny, mobile homes cropping up, perhaps this freedom can become a reality? The Moon Dragon—a tiny home on wheels—is the perfect example of this. It aims to make the minimalist lifestyle easily achievable with its comfortable and cozy design.

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July 29, 2015

Playfully Quirky Cabins Are Tiny Homes with Big Personalities

Fourth generation wood-working artisan Dan Pauly transforms reclaimed wood into diminutive cabins that look like they're straight out of a fairy tale. Whether it's a sauna, outhouse, shed, or actual home, the craftsman is able to create structures that are reminiscent of a Tim Burton film–offering a quirky balance of gothic culture and playfulness. When the creator's visually eccentric designs are brought to life, one feels as though they've entered a different universe.

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May 13, 2015

Extraordinary Teenagers Build an Eco-Friendly Mobile Village for the Homeless

Nickelsville is a nomadic shanty town where the homeless sleep under rickety tarps and tents, struggle with basic sanitation, and have trouble affording necessary electricity. Not long ago, a group of empathetic Seattle teens worked on solving this complex problem by teaming up with Sawhorse Revolution, an innovative non-profit that works toward fostering confident, community-oriented youth through the craft of carpentry.

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May 1, 2014

Couple Tired of Living with a Mortgage Build a Tiny 221-Square-Foot House

Andrew and Gabriella Morrison were tired of living with a mortgage, tons of bills, and debt hanging over their heads. So, the couple decided to stop the nonsense and start living a more satisfying life by simplifying. Their most notable transition was the construction of their house, called hOMe, which is a 221-square-foot tiny house on wheels (with an additional 128-square-feet of loft space). The 28-foot-long, 8.

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