You may have seen them, you may have heard of them, and now I am here to tell you that tiny houses are indeed trending. What is a tiny house? It is generally a house that is less than 1000 square feet. Some are as small as 100 square feet – I kid you not! Some even have wheels and are mobile!
Why Tiny Houses?
For many, the question is why not? Tiny houses give new homeowners a very affordable option, leaving them with funds to freely explore their passions or save for something more.
Many people, whether new to the market or downsizing after having been in the market for decades, have found the mobility of many tiny houses to be a huge attraction. Whether you have a job that leaves you in new locations for periods of times or you want to explore your country, tiny houses let you be on the go yet stay in your home!
Tiny houses are also great for families that want to spend a lot of time together. Tiny houses allow families to live together in a new, closer way. It’s great for small families to enjoy time together more often and to share their days together even moreso.
Many people want to declutter in new and grander ways and tiny house living definitely forces you to do that. It allows you to select the best of the best of your belongings, living with less. Or as some people may put it, living even more! It allows you to focus on life rather than the things around you.
Life in a tiny house may mean less belongings, but for many they feel it brings with it a fuller life. For these families simple means less quantity but more quality.
If you haven’t seen a tiny home, I encourage you to check some of them out even if only about curiosity. They are amazingly innovative. The builders find innovative ways to make the most of every inch of these tiny houses. From fold up tables to multi-function furniture and amazing kitchen layouts, these builders have taken innovation to a whole new level. It’s definitely worth checking out their innovative concoctions!
What do you Think of the Tiny House Trend?
Could you live with so few personal belongings? Would the opportunity for more family bonding or the mobility many tiny houses bring with them an enticement?
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