Tiny House - Book 3: For Micro, Tiny, Small, and Unconventional House Enthusiasts

Tiny House - Book 3: For Micro, Tiny, Small, and Unconventional House Enthusiasts
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94
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B00TXYJOB0
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February 23rd 2015 by Tiny House Blog http://tinyhouseblog.com/
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Goodreads Rating:
4.00

The Tiny House Book Series is a Kindle format of the Tiny House Magazine a Tiny House Blog publication . In Book 1 the articles from Issue one and two are featured. Ella Jenkins writes about Finding a Place For Your Tiny House: Renting. Renting space on someone else’s property may not work for everyone, but it can be a great solution for those who don’t have the resources to purchase property of their own. I currently rent in my tiny house so I’d like to share some tips on how to find the perfect place for you. Rebecca Knabe shares how things went wrong in her life but she made things right by Deciding to Make a Trailer My Home.” The timing was perfect – a 1958 pink (yes, pink!) single-wide trailer was for sale in their little trailer park for $5,000. It was hideous! Dark brown paneling, stained and ripped flooring, chipped tub and sinks, cracked countertops, disastrous lighting…. It was perfect! Logan Smith writes an article called “Tiny House Cooking: Food Storage.” Shortly after we moved into the tiny house we had some dear friends, Dave and Trina Feucht, over for dinner. Trina is wonderfully clever when it comes to design and what she refers to as “nesting”. Tammy and I were cooking for Dave and Trina and we were having trouble finding our spices in the midst of our moving disarray. Trina suggested that we should think about installing a few small mason jars above the stove to artfully display the spices and allow easy access. Joshua Becke shares “12 Reasons Why You’ll Be Happier in a Smaller Home.” Andrew Odom interviews Hari Berzins in “Coming Home: an interview with Hari Berzins.” Together with her husband Karl and their two kids, Ella and Archer, Hari Berzins has been living for about two years in a cozy 8′ x 21′ tiny house in the mountains of Southwestern Virginia. She has been documenting their adventure over at tinyhousefamily.com. This and much more in Tiny House Book 3. Purchase your copy today!

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