The gang over at the The Tiny Life put together this great infographic about the people who are embracing the tiny house movement.
These lovely ladies over at KMVT share 10 simple tips to going green in your home. These tips can save you money. Make you healthier and help save our planet. Watch the full video below.
This video shows a wooden holiday house construction, which in reality took 4 hours to raise.
The crew started just after 7 A.M. and they finished right after 11 A.M. the same morning.
Tiny Houses are perfectly suited to community living. They are small; yet provide more than enough personal space. Living in community has some huge benefits for Tiny House owners too. For example, in this case, shared common room facilities for entertaining larger groups of people, access to permaculture gardens, organic food and even a central composting toilet facility.
This small tiny house eco-village was setup to be a debt free, self sustainable community with a large community garden, shower and restroom.
Solar Roadways is a modular paving system of solar panels that can be installed on roads, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, bike paths, playgrounds… literally any surface under the sun.
By using a globe to gather and project the suns rays on a focal point of miniature panels he is able to improve the output of energy by 70% over existing solar panels.
Long gone are the days of simplistic, poorly-made garden storage sheds that only have one use. Now is the perfect opportunity to invest in a multi-functional garden log cabin.