Tiny House: Live Small, Dream Big

Tiny House: Live Small, Dream Big

Having less is the secret to living more. Whether you’ve been dreaming about a treehouse in the wilderness of Montana, or a remote eco-cabin in Patagonia or Australia; driving a campervan on the open roads of Quebec, or floating on a houseboat in Sweden – find escape, inspiration and a window into a freer, simpler, happier kind of life. In this visual manifesto for the tiny house lifestyle, discover over 250 awe-inspiring images of the world’s most creative small homes, alongside the stories, ideas and advice of those living in them. Curated by the founder of the #1 @tinyhouse Instagram feed. Sometimes you have to think small to live BIG.

Tiny House

Live Small, Dream Big

Tiny House

From the founder of the Instagram feed @TinyHouse, comes a small, chunky inspiration book filled with photographs of the smallest abodes—from vans and boats to tree houses and cabins. A die-cut cover acts as a window onto a simpler world of lighter living and sustainability that never sacrifices function or design. Imagine living debt-free in an environmentally-friendly home. No mortgage, no clutter, and boundless freedom. This is the reality and dream of people all over the world thanks to the widespread momentum of the tiny house movement in recent years. Designed to fit on the tiniest of coffee tables, this book features 250 full-color photographs of the smallest, most efficient homes around the world, with interviews, features, and smart tips straight from the homeowners. From tiny mobile homes in California, Nashville, and Minnesota to a surfer-built tree house in Washington to a school bus that has been converted to a camper in Oregon, this lookbook is packed with big inspiration.

Tiny House

Dream Living Big In a Small House

Tiny House

Tiny House Living Imagine living a simple life free of mortgage and rent in a little house that contains all that you need to live a comfortable life. The ever changing economic environment in the world is forcing many people to reevaluate how they live. Because of the recent economic troubles in the world especially the recent recession in the U.S. that resulted in many people falling behind in mortgage payment or losing their homes, many people are now considering adopting life in small houses that they can build on their tracks or in small space. Because of this, the United States is being swept by the tiny house movement. Tiny house living is about living a simple and beautiful life in a tiny home with everything you need and with freedom from economic pressures associated with rent and mortgage payment of a conventional home. What is maybe considerably more essential than the economic benefits of owning a tiny home is the environmental advantages. Living in a Tiny House conveys a much smaller ecological impact, decreases the number of appliances you need to live and encourages you to consume less. These lifestyle adjustments greatly help conserve the environment. Pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

SOUTHERN LIVING Small Space Style

185 Ways to Make Any House Live Large

SOUTHERN LIVING Small Space Style

Discover the art of living small! If you think outside the box you can fit entertaining and living spaces into a tiny, tricky layout!

Tiny House Living

Living Big in a Small Mortgage Free Home

Tiny House Living

Build Yourself a Mini, Eco-friendly Paradise with This Guide on Tiny House Living! Do you want to own a home but the prices on the housing market are giving you nightmares? Or you simply want to have a vacation home or a cottage to retreat to, but can't afford one? Does the idea of never having to pay utility, rent or mortgage bills ever again sound like a dream come true? Welcome to the world of Tiny Houses, an innovative living solution for those who don't want to live their lives in debt to own a home! What started as a practical way to shelter people after natural disasters became a world popular housing trend, with millions praising the benefits of living in a small but fully equipped, highly functional house. But the so-called "downsizing movement" is not just about financials and practicalities. Small, sustainable homes are more environment-friendly than traditional ones, and so much easier to maintain. Additionally, reducing your material possessions and de-cluttering will give you an incredible sense of freedom. So if you want to join this ever-expanding club of happy, debt-free house owners, this book will guide you on the path to your own, tiny piece of heaven on Earth! Here's what you'll learn: The numerous benefits of having a tiny house, from both economical and spiritual aspects The legal issues concerning this type of housing, what steps you'll need to take, and common mistakes to avoid Everything about designing a tiny house to fit your needs, from having a big family to including office space How to prepare and downsize your current possessions to transit effortlessly to this type of housing All there is to know about financing your new home - how much money will it cost initially, and how much to maintain it A bunch of different designs and styles for tiny homes to inspire you and spark your creativity! How to build a tiny home with your own hands by following a detailed, step-by-step guide And much more! If you've been living in a medium or big space, you might be worried that a tiny house will feel crammed and be inefficient. This book will dissuade those notions with ease. Happy owners of tiny homes testify that they've never felt freer, and have enough space for everything, including special rooms such as libraries, offices, gyms, and pantries. Stop following the housing market's rules, free yourself of crazy mortgages and debts and build your own tiny home! Scroll up, click on "Buy Now with 1-Click", and Get Your Copy Now!

Tiny House Basics

Living the Good Life in Small Spaces

Tiny House Basics

Small, simple, sustainable: Tips and tricks for living the tiny house lifestyle! Tiny houses are skyrocketing in popularity, and in this book campers, off roaders, and tiny house living experts Shelley and Joshua Engberg show how you can join the revolution. Learn to downsize without giving up everything you hold dear—with tips on how your life can still be comfortable and entertaining in a tiny house living environment. You’ll learn about: How to maintain a good relationship in a small space Practical downsizing for everyone Small space living with pets The pros and cons of off grid living and on grid living How to make your small space feel big Keeping your small space feeling fresh with practical storage solutions and design tips Equipping your space for entertaining Accordion/bi-fold style windows How downsizing and simplifying your life will allow you more freedom and time

Tiny House, Big Fix

Tiny House, Big Fix

Sadie works as a framer, building houses. She lost her own home in a recent divorce and now lives with her two daughters in a rented bungalow. When her landlady says she needs to move out, Sadie finds there's a housing crisis in her community. She can't find a place to live and is forced to move her family into a travel trailer at a local campsite. When her ex-husband finds out, he insists that the girls come live with him in another city. Desperate to keep her daughters with her in their home community, Sadie is forced to rethink her dream of living in a full-sized house. In the short term, she moves her girls into a co-worker's apartment. Then, with the help of her friends and daughters, she builds a tiny house. In the process she finds living with less has its rewards and that living in a small space brings her family closer together.

Tiny Houses

Tiny House Example Plans for the Perfect Tiny House Design

Tiny Houses

This book is FREE for Kindle Unlimited Users! The ultimate guide for a tiny house owner Have the house the way you want it! There are many ways of arranging your tiny living space, no matter the size! In this day and age of rapid change and financial uncertainty building a tiny house is an obvious choice. Little space to heat, easy to maintain, low carbon footprint, the list of advantages is long. As an experienced outdoorsman and survivalist I want to share practical tips on how to arrange your personal tiny house space to live in maximum comfort, no matter how big it is. As a bonus, a whole chapter contains photos and floor plans of gorgeous tiny houses to illustrate the variety of styles and applications. By the end of the book you will learn: Types of tiny houses - protohaus, slope house, wooden box, this book explains them all. Pros and cons of a tiny house - where to situate it, how to organize your finances, how to maximize the space, and more... How to plan your tiny living space - shelves, lighting, decoration, and other great tips to help you make the best use of your space Decorating the outdoor area - patio ideas, outdoor furniture, landscaping. Make the outdoor outstanding! How to declutter your space - old clothes, kitchen utensils from the last century, your work area, etc. Your house has much more space than you expect! Common mistakes when building a tiny house - What are the right windows? The heating system? What ventilation? You only build it once so build it well. If there is one book you read before getting you dream tiny house make it this one! Scroll up and GET YOUR COPY NOW!

The House on Dream Street

Memoir of an American Woman in Vietnam

The House on Dream Street

A “vividly detailed” memoir of traveling to the formerly forbidden country and exploring life and culture in Hanoi (Kirkus Reviews). For years after the Vietnam War, Americans were unable to visit the country, so once tourist visas became available, young Dana Sachs eagerly applied. Born in the early 1960s, she had little memory of the war and its history, but yearned to know more about this Southeast Asian nation, with its odd mix of capitalism and communism and its streets crowded with bicycles. In this unusual travel memoir, she recounts arriving as a backpacker in the late 1980s; moving in with a family and earning her keep by teaching English; encountering a salesman offering remains of American “poes and meeas”—which she finally recognizes as “POWs and MIAs”—and falling for a motorcycle mechanic named Phai. The House on Dream Street is a warm, witty portrait of a country on the cusp of change—and of a woman learning to know her own heart. “Engrossing . . . Sachs bravely renders Vietnam through fresh eyes.” —Publishers Weekly