Christine is a dental assistant who decided that she wanted to live in a tiny house for three reasons: because she likes small, cozy spaces, because she wanted to be comfortable financially, and because she wanted to have a smaller environmental footprint.
Jess from Rewild Homes gives us a tour of the Fox Sparrow tiny house. It’s spacious, functional, and bright; and it’s perfect for a person or couple who plan to work from home!
Reader question: I am hoping to start building a home in the Pacific Northwest this summer. I have been reading EVERYTHING I can on building with cob, hyperadobe and strawbales, and am trying to come up with a solution that I can afford and build on my own (I am recently divorced with four kids and no family or friends available to help build).
In this episode, Derek “Deek” Diedricksen visits the family behind “Red Barn Tiny Houses”, at the Florida Tiny House Festival. This gambrel “barn” tiny house on wheels features one of the more modern and awe-inspiring array of pendant lighting- a virtual “constellation” of edison bulbs that adorn its ceiling.
Here’s another advantage to tiny house living: due to the low cost of tiny houses you can pay off the home fairly quickly and be mortgage free in your retirement years. I found two interesting videos on this topic so I’ve combined them into one blog post.
“We saw this DIY off grid tiny house on wheels by the side of the road on our way to PEI for a mini vacation (first one in a long time!). We fell in love with it and had to pull over to film a quick video about it.