I was fascinated to read about the Tiny House Movement last week on the US website, Salon.
Next week, Ryan Mitchell, one of the community's biggest enthusiasts and a blogger on the topic at thetinylife.com, is publishing a book sharing his tips on how to live small. Here are some of the weeny living spaces featured in it...
Vinny Lee's lovely book on miniature abodes, you'll be familiar with the appeal.
It got me thinking about my own home, which is is disgustingly large in comparison to these dainty domiciles. I like the Tiny House philosophy: but could I live it? There are some promising signs in my obsession with maximising space at every opportunity...
giant wardrobe we installed last summer with great difficulty. The answer? High up shelving – what else are you going to do with all that dead wall space?
Rockett St George by the way), I'd have been sleeping on a single mattress, looking at a wall of wardrobe and a few centimetres of floor-space... I'd like to improve the under-stairs storage though (and I am quite inspired by my second blogger down in this round-up).
sewing nook. I reckon I'm a natural!
Read more about The Tiny House Movement over at Salon.com, at Ryan's own blog, Tiny Life, and in this piece in the Guardian.
Post by Kate