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Tiny House Expedition

Meet the People Who Inspire Us One of the best parts of the tiny house world is the wonderful people involved in the movement. So many of them are creative, brave, and caring enough to work towards a better world for us all. Going to tiny house gatherings and festivals is a great way to […]

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Cabin For All Seasons

Tiny Cabin in Upstate New York Alan Haigh built this cabin on his property in New York.  His tiny house story began 24 years ago. Alan loves to snowmobile and upstate New York has a lot of snow (which you’ll see in some of the pictures!)  At first, Alan lived in a 10 x 12 […]

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Tiny Cabin, Big Charm

On a recent visit to Indiana, we got to tour this adorable cabin which was built by our friends Charlee and Gary Pippenger.  It may be small but they have filled it with charm and warmth.   Gary sacrificed his knee to make Charlee happy. Gary and their son Craig built the cabin themselves. While […]

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Zane’s Tiny House Build

Combine a great photographer with a great person (who just happens to be the same guy!) who decides to build his own tiny house, and you know you are going to get to see some great pictures of the process. That person is Zane Spang, gentle soul, world traveler, aforementioned photographer, and Native American who […]

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Tiny House From the Ground Up, part 2

Walls! Roof! Loft and Porch! Alan has been working hard all fall to get his tiny home in upstate New York ready before winter. We have been following the progress of this tiny house on a foundation Alan H. is building in upstate New York since its birth as a design on paper. He works […]

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5 Surprising Things We Learned from the Lunsfords’ Tiny House (and a Bonus Tip!)

 1. You don’t have to put the bed in the loft. Most tiny homes use the loft for the bedroom, which does give you useful space below. But before Grace and Corbett Lunsford built their tiny house, #tinylab, they spent a couple of nights staying in different ones to see what tiny living was like.  […]

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