Downsizing into a tiny home can be stressful, but sometimes the payoff is huge.
The home is complete with stained glass windows and barreled ceilings
The Parson’s waterfront family home was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina struck. When it came time to rebuild, the family went tiny.
This eco-friendly tiny home is helping one man reduce his carbon footprint.
This family decided to make the switch to a tiny house to spend money on experiences rather than material goods.
Amazon is giving a whole new meaning to tiny homes.
Italian architect and engineer Leonardo Di Chiara aims to create affordable housing in migratory neighborhoods.
For nature lovers Ben and Dylan Hahn, the decision to downsize and live small in the great outdoors was a no-brainer.
Amy and Dylan of Seattle have a goal to enjoy tiny living while they’re still young. Their home even comes with a sleek loft and a projector.
With the cost of living in California being so high, this family decided to try out tiny living in the Santa Cruz Mountains.