In our country, everything is getting bigger. The more things that you have, the higher your status in most circles. But just because you have more stuff, a bigger house, more cars, and take more vacations, does not mean that you are happy. While the current American thought is that you should get as much as possible, there are many who want to change things up and see smaller as better.
This is where the tiny home movement has begun. People don't see the point of having huge mansions just to hold their things. They see the current way of life as wasteful and hard on the environment. Instead of aiming for bigger, they aim for smaller; way smaller. In fact, the average tiny home is less than 400 square feet. Considering that the average American home is now more than 2,000 square feet, this is a huge difference.
Creating a tiny home, or a small home if you still like the idea of going smaller but can't handle the 400 square feet or smaller, can take a lot of work. You will most likely have to build your own home; there aren't many of these hanging around ready for you to purchase. And with building, you have a lot of little things to figure out, especially when you think about your limitations with space.
This guidebook is here to help you get started with your tiny home. It doesn't matter how much experience you have with tiny homes, as a beginner or having studied up on it before. From learning more about what the tiny house movement is all about to some of the things you need to keep in mind in order to make the perfect tiny home, you are able to learn it all in this guidebook.
Some of the things that you can learn in this guidebook to help you get started with the tiny home movement include:
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I live in an extremely tiny apartment which is not quite the same nor as exciting as these tiny homes but I still found the book to have some great tips on optimizing your tiny space!
It showcases the beliefs some people have going into building a tiny home, how long it took them, and how they went about it. A very informative book for those looking to learn more about tiny house living.
We all want to have luxurious big houses, with a lot of space and all. But when we have no choice we have to make the best out of the tiny houses we could afford. It is very important to have great designs for it, like ours because we have limited space so we must maximize all the spaces available and this book has just a lot of ideas.
Very clear and structured logical way it is laid out to make it easy for the reader to follow. Lays it out very simply on defining what tiny homes are, how you can build your own and get started living this lifestyle.
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