This tiny home showcase features the Lupine, a Wind River legacy tiny house with a warm, inviting palette that mirrors its mountain home.
There's a lot to consider when preparing a site plan for your tiny home. This post will give you some pointers and help get you oriented with where to start and what questions to ask.
We often read about things we can do within the home itself to live a more sustainable lifestyle, but there are also things we can do for the landscape around our homes. Check out Shades of Green Permaculture's recent blog post on how to expand your positive impact to the land around you.
This article provides a treasure trove of information on the different parking options available for tiny homes. Finding a place to park is the first and often largest hurdle for tiny home ownership. Explore your options with the help of this detailed guide from The Tiny Life.
We get inquiries every week from families with small children looking to downsize into a tiny home. Is it possible? Will we all fit? Check out this article from Tiny Home Builders to help gauge your family's readiness to take the plunge.
Atlanta now has a micro-cottage community in a ground-breaking new development on a half-acre property in Clarkston. This climate-conscious village consists of 8 tiny cottages on foundation incorporating solar panels and regenerative landscaping. Check it out!