Just over a year ago we made a fantastic purchase. We decided to buy a little home on wheels from a seller in Northern Ontario. The previous owner was a contractor who had designed the home for his father in law who quickly lost interest. We made the purchase knowing that the home needed a lot of work. more “One year in, what we would change about our tiny home”
My partner and I live in Alberta, outside of the Edmonton area in our 178 square foot tiny home on wheels. We share our dwelling with our two cats and our dog. We eat, shower, and sleep in this miniature portable structure. I’m regularly asked if living this way is what it’s cracked up to be. In response, I have comprised a few major points that I would like to drive home.
First off, living this close together is no big deal. The number one complaint we hear is that most people could not stand to live in this close of a proximity to their loved one(s). more “Top 3 Tiny Living Myths”
This past summer we picked up two kitchen cupboards from Habitat for Humanity. They had never been used and there were no mounting holes cut into them. We paid $15 each.
With limited space on our loft and time in our schedules, these were the perfect solution to our storage conundrum. We now had somewhere to tuck our clothing away. more “Cheap, high quality, repurposed cupboards”