A Tiny House Means Less Space, but More Money and More Time

This modern "630 Square Feet Barn Cottage In Buffalo, NY" is a beautiful design that you'll want to see for yourself. This tiny house is spacious and feels fresh and new, it's a modern take on an old design.

There aren't a lot of details about this tiny house, but what I like most about it is the bright red on the exterior combined with the corrugated metal, they look good together and have a nice appeal. The rustic country garden with big sunflowers suits the tiny barn cottage, and gives you the feeling that it really is a barn. It's always fun to look at the wide variety of tiny homes that are being built around the world, with more and more designs and styles to be appreciated all the time.

Tiny house living is most importantly about simplifying. It's about removing all of the unnecessary stuff that you have, and keeping what matters to you the most. When you live in a tiny house, you are always organizing and having to assess what stuff you really need, and what you can do without. Personally I think that is a great thing, as it really is easy to accumulate a lot of stuff that you rarely use, and in doing that you spend money on unnecessary things. Tiny house living can be a refreshing way to live, if you stay away from clutter, which you would want to do, so your space feels good.

For many people living in a tiny house is all about simplifying, not only about reducing the amount of stuff and clutter you own, but also about downsizing your expenses. A tiny house is more affordable for people to live in, whether it is full time or for use as a guest house, backyard office, artist studio or vacation home. Tiny house living can make home ownership possible for most anyone. Living in a tiny house, means having less space and in turn having to downsize and keep only the possessions that a person/family needs. A tiny house is a return to living in smaller sized houses, which usually means living in a house that is less than 1,000 square feet. Tiny houses on wheels is also a growing trend, and often compared to RV living.

If living in a tiny house is something that you think you may be interested in, you can find lots of great tiny house resources from books, websites, step by step video tutorials and literature. There are also workshops offered all over the country where you can learn how to build your own tiny home, whether it be a tiny house on wheels, strawbale houses or log cabins. Often tiny houses focus more on the design of the house, rather than the size of the house.

You certainly aren't limited when it comes to tiny house choices. Some of the tiny house designs, styles and plans you will find include teardrop campers, bicycles, sheds, tree houses, car camping, van dwelling, gypsy vardo caravan, backyard offices, small houses, apartments, cottages, park models, house boats, pod homes, dome homes, prefabricated tiny homes, log cabins, yurts, house boats, cob cottages, dome home, tiny houses, cabins, tiny house interiors, house trucks, buses, RVs, travel trailers, cargo trailers, no loft tiny houses, tiny house vacations, tiny house videos, waterfront cabin, tiny cottages, nostalgia cottage on wheels, par model homes, Fishermans cottage, off grid beach cottage, modern tiny house, laneway house, backyard studio, artist studio, backyard office, tiny timber frame house and more.


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