Monday, May 22, 2023

Practical and Ideal

From Dream Tiny Living:

The number of people adopting the tiny house lifestyle is increasing day by day and the demand for these houses is increasing. We continue to discover new tiny houses to help you find the tiny house of your dreams. Today we will introduce you to ‘Practical and Ideal Sized Tiny House Design 5m x 6m’, suitable for the minimalist life of your dreams.

One of the biggest advantages of the tiny house is its low cost. You can have a tiny house that fits your budget by building these houses in different sizes and designs in line with your wishes and living standards. After you start to adopt this minimalist lifestyle, your expenses will decrease significantly.

Tiny houses that offer the opportunity to liberate your life are a source of motivation for many people. You can create a comfortable minimal lifestyle by getting away from the modern city life and the crowd. To own a tiny house, you should examine different tiny houses and choose the tiny house that suits your lifestyle. For this, do not forget to take a look at other tiny houses on our website. (Read more.)

From Treehugger:

For many people, a tiny house represents more financial freedom and the possibility to live a fuller life within a smaller footprint—both literally and ecologically. Nevertheless, behind the dream, there are always some practical questions to consider. For instance, where do you find a place to park your tiny house? What about buying insurance or permits? What do you do if you're thinking about tiny living but have kids?

For some, that last question can be a big one, as it can be perceived as a barrier to switching over to a tiny house. But for some, this issue can be reframed as a creative challenge, as Australian architect Wayne and partner Anthea have done. They are parents to two young adults, Darienne and Remony, and have recently embarked on their own tiny house adventure in not one—but two!—tiny houses, one for the parents and another for the two daughters. This DIY project was constructed together as a family, and as the couple explains, also looks toward a future where their daughters might be able to live mortgage-free. (Read more.) 

 A two-storey tiny house, HERE.

Tiny house designs, HERE and HERE.


A natural material tiny house, HERE


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