Through the past year or two it has become increasingly hard to find tiny house rentals on smaller, non-corporate sites. Sure there have been some decent attempts a time or two but somehow they just fall short or lose appeal due to a lack of development or true interest. It seems we are all just…

Hurricane Katrina was the costliest natural disaster and one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina caused severe destruction along the Gulf coast from central Florida to Texas, much of it due to the storm surge and levee failure. Over fifty breaches in New Orleans’s hurricane surge protection alone…

I never gave much thought to domes before. I have seen them in cities across the world and in photos of places I’ve never traveled. From coberls to cloisters, onion to oval, domes are everywhere. Put most of us know them as public buildings with political or religious purpose including these, considered the top 5…

It’s been proven over and over again since 2013 that videos sell. Between the motion, the brevity, and the ability to “feel like your there”, video picks up where still photos leave off, and then some! The number of tiny house video tours has increased three-fold in the last year alone and there is hardly…

Housing in America is a problem on a number of levels: Expensive Damaging to the environment Wasteful in regards to space Hard to find Unattractive This could not be more evident than in our urban and metropolitan centers. While there are some incredibly beautiful and endearing historic neighborhoods and there are thoughtful, contemporary areas, the…

Did you know that Youtube is the second largest search engine after, Google? Many internet users go to Youtube to find all kinds of videos; music, tutorials, product’s know-how, etc. In order to find relevant videos, users will look up for keywords in the Youtube search bar. When search for ‘Tiny House Tour’ it has…

You can’t get to the bayou without hearing the sounds of BeauSoleil, tasting the richness of a good gumbo, hearing tale of wrestling a gator, or falling deep into the cottage architecture of the French Quarter! Makes sense then that Preservation Tiny House Company would come along to augment the history of small living in New Orleans,…

Up until about two years ago no practical home owner gave a second thought to home automation. The idea of deadbolts that locked and unlocked themselves with just a touch seemed ridiculous. Home security cameras were for the über-rich. A home that warms itself up on those cold evenings just before you pull in your…

What do the following all have in common? The Anti-Tax Movement. The American Revolution. The Abolition Movement. Occupy Wall Street. The States’ Rights Movement. The Women’s Rights Movement. Slow Food Movement. The Tiny House Movement. The Temperance Movement. The Labor Movement. Effective altruism. The Fair Trade Movement. That’s right. They are all social movements of…

Very seldom in today’s modern tiny house movement does a house come along that just leaves one with mouth agape. It’s craftsmanship, artisanship, vision, and overall aesthetic are without reproach. One of those moments comes though when Handcrafted Movement is called to attention. Hailing from Battleground, Washington, this collective of specialists is relatively unknown in the…