It has become commonplace in the modern tiny house movement to see a new builder pop up. As each day passes it seems another person is taking a dip in the deep end of tiny house building. Few are distinguishable though. Designs become stagnant; innovation becomes minimal. When you least expect it though a builder…

In 2014 Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution was answering questions daily about how he approached sponsorships and how he had managed to get so many sponsors on board of both his personal build and some project builds he had been working on. While he had been answering the questions faithfully he was also working on…

From North Carolina to Massachusetts to Minnesota to Idaho – high schools have recently been offering their students entry level classes in building houses. Building projects such as these enable students to learn basic framing, wiring, and plumbing, to finish woodworking, siding, and even basic marketing. Says Frank Emory, Construction Technology Teacher at Deep Run,…

Tiny houses truly do come in a number of sizes and shapes. From tiny houses on wheels to houseboat to yurts to high wall tents, there is a tiny house out there for almost every situation. The same was true even at the turn of the 20th century when the Pacific Northwest saw significant numbers…

It’s no secret that heating your home with wood is a lot more cost effective than heating with other forms like propane or electricity. With a small or tiny space, it makes even more sense because so much less fuel is required. I like heating with wood because the mechanism to do so is very…