Beginning in the 1940s, the trend was to buy bigger and bigger homes. That trend continued until about 15 years ago, when it seemed as if people were more interested in downsizing rather than tying everything up into a larger home.
Although everybody’s idea of downsizing is different, some people have taken it to the extreme. More and more frequently, you are seeing tiny homes but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they are cramped for lifestyle. These homes have a lot to offer, not only in personality but in the ability of those who live in them to enjoy life to the full. This tiny home is a perfect example.
This home is designed to allow you to get away from your “stuff” and pay more attention to life in general. It is a relaxing home, perfect for company.
Time to Focus on What Matters
This minimalist design is by Escape and it can really give you a feeling of what it is like to get away from it all.
Time to take in your surroundings without the hustle and bustle of the city.
Living in this tiny house reduces your carbon footprint and allows you to “go green.”
Typically, the average home is more than six times the size of these tiny houses, which means you pay six times as much in utility bills.
When you live in a smaller space, you live with the necessities and it frees you from your excess “stuff.”
These tiny homes allow you to get in touch with yourself
On the Road
Not only are these tiny homes fantastic for living, they come with their own set of wheels.
Going Small, Living Big
Just because you are living tiny doesn’t mean you need to miss out on the better things in life. The efficiency of the space makes having less room quite possible.
These tiny homes are not only adorable, they are built to last. They can withstand the harshest winters and the most difficult guests. Imagine what you could do with this tiny home.
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