November 25, 2012

10 Tiny Houses & One Video.

Not “just” a bungalow, cottage, cabin or guest house…the Tiny House represents a Burgeoning Movement.

You don’t need a permit to put one in your backyard or on your land out in the country, generally, they’re so small. And, cute. Something about the bite-size-of-the-American-Dream of the Tiny House is incredibly magnetic, quaint, accessible and…well, mindful. Perhaps nothing is “greener” than “simplicity.”

10 Houses, One Video:

Source: flickr.com via Rebecca on Pinterest


“The entire tiny house was recycled except for the shingles and nails…front door from a local farmhouse….back door found on side of road, bottom rotted. My stepdad repaired….wooden windows from a customer of my sister who was replacing with vinyl windows..wood from a local sawmill that fell in a hurricane in our area last year…stones built on from the wall on the property.”

And, the video.

Bonus, more homemaker porn.

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machima Mar 18, 2013 5:44am

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Someone who believe in the beauty of simplicity , maybe?

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