by Deek Diedricksen Only 128 Square Feet(!)- The Diedricksen Brothers toured this tiny house from “Small Spaces CLE” while speaking at The Cleveland Home and Remodeling Show….. great little loft in this one, and a really nice looking bathroom! These guys had THREE tiny houses on display, and we’ll have videos for each of them!…

Recently, the good folks over at Wind River Tiny Homes in Chattanooga, Tennessee sent me some photos of their latest tiny house build to The Chimera on Tiny House Swoon. They called it “The Chimera.” Before they delivered it to the happy new owners in Texas, they were kind enough to give us a quick…

I’m a huge fan of Goal Zero products. Their products make the concept of using energy from the sun easy for anyone. No wiring, no triviality. I’ve noticed that quite a few tiny house dwellers are using their biggest solar kit called “The Yeti 1250.” I’ve had lots of hands-on time with this little workhorse…

It’s true, the majority (or what at least seems to be) of people building tiny house will be, or at least are seriously considering being off-grid. Why? While I have no scientific evidence to back claim this up, I believe the prospect of being off-grid means less recurring bills, no 3rd party dictating the cost…

For a good while now I have admired the tiny/small homes built by Hobbitat, a family-owned company out of Maryland. I first learned about their work when I happened upon a tiny house community called Blue Moon Rising. All of the homes at Blue Moon Rising were built by Hobbitat. What’s great is that each…

Spencer of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina decided recently to build a tiny house with the hopes of selling it on Tiny House Listings. His vision was to create a “cabin-themed” tiny house on wheels with a unique, minimalist interior that left room for the imagination for the home’s new owner. I personally love the interior…

A few years back I had the opportunity to join Deek from RelaxShacks.com in Collierville, Tennessee at our host Joe Everson’s (from Tennessee Tiny Homes) house to checkout Deek’s new super-tiny a-frame micro shack. The idea being the structure was something is easy to build, and most importantly, something that can be built on the…

by Steven Harrell When most of us think of processing firewood to heat our homes, we think of splitting mauls, hydraulic log splitters, felling trees with chainsaws, stacking huge amounts of wood and a breaking back when it’s all done. This isn’t necessarily the case when it comes to heating your tiny home with wood.…

Over the past year my father and I have been going out to my remote property in Eastern, North Carolina working on a small sleeper cabin. Most of the days we’ve been out there, we’ve put in long days hauling lumber in working most of the day. By the time the day is over, we’re…

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