In today’s fast-paced, complicated life many look for ways to simplify. Some even advocate that moving into a smaller home means having a bigger life.
So what is tiny living?
In a nutshell, the tiny house movement is a way of life. People adjust to smaller spaces and fewer possessions in order to save money while focusing on building relationships and lasting experiences.
What is a tiny house?
The average home size in 2016 ranged from 2,400 to 2,600 square feet. Tiny homes typically offer anywhere from 65 to 400 square feet.
How much do they cost?
A relatively high-end tiny house costs around $20,000 to $30,000 to build yourself. These numbers include buying a brand new trailer, professional construction plans, appliances and other brand new materials.
How to build for less?
- Use recycled materials
- Use less expensive materials and appliances that are still reliable of course
- Complete all labor yourself with the help of family and friends
- Avoid costly mistakes by doing your due diligence when researching and designing
- Be patient and find a good deal on the perfect trailer instead of purchasing a new one
Benefits of a tiny home?
- Less time cleaning
- Less time spent maintaining
- No clutter means it’s easier to find your belongings
- Monthly bills are cheaper
- Cozy and easy to manage living space
- Better for the environment
Do you want to know more about accommodating families with tiny home living? Check out this blog from TinyHouseTalk.com