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James Galletly Built This Tiny House Entirely from Recycled Material
It is only two by two-and-a-half metres and made entirely from recycled material, but James Galletly is hopeful that someone will call his tiny project home.The multi-purpose space – which features a single bed, a desk and storage shelves, all of which fold neatly away – was inspired by the growing tiny house movement in the United States which is slowly gaining momentum across Australia.” – Mail Online
So you think ‘tiny’ is for you? Now where to begin!?!
I get the question very often ‘where do I possibly begin with this tiny house dream?’ or ‘I have no experienced builders in my life, can I still go tiny?’ or other variations of the same thing. Here is my suggested order of operations and some links to important resources.
Step 1– Decide if you could do it, actually LIVE in that small of a…
400 sqft Little Cabin in Alaska via AirBNB
Renovated blacksmith warehouse via French by Design
Love the bed
Lovely dorm room! So cozy!
How can tiny houses offer the ultimate freedom to our generation? Amy Henion at TEDxNortheasternU
This #micro apartment in Barcelona is surprisingly inviting http://bit.ly/1rQbWVN
Hanging Bedroom Micro Apartment - ECDM Architects - Paris, France
ECDM Architects created this unique design for a micro apartment in the heart of Paris, France. The modern design makes the bedroom the focal point of the home. What is normally deter minted to be a private area, become open, and shared with the other spaces. The living room; separated by the floating bedroom reverses the atmosphere by making private what is usually not.
When my husband and I bought our first house, its 800 square feet of living space was perfect for two. It was what we could afford, and it suited us. We fought rarely, lived within…