like me you get excited anytime you hear of a new tiny house being built.
Or better yet a new company that’s designing and building tiny houses for other people.
Well, I’ve got good news because this is one of those moments. Introducing…
The Brevard Tiny House Company in Brevard, NC near Asheville, North Carolina.
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I encourage you to take the entire tour of Brevard Tiny House Company’s first livable tiny home below:
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I ran into this news segment on the Tiny House Movement by Global News 16×9 in Canada.
The episode takes you on an adventure into a few people’s lives who live very tiny lives.
And the question is, for these people, do small spaces mean more freedom?
But it’s not just that. These micro homes are also much better for the environment.
What do you small spaces- including tiny homes- mean to you?
Tiny House Movement: Small Spaces More Freedom?
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I encourage you to enjoy the rest of this article on the tiny house movement, watch the 10 minute documentary video below and see how you may even want to become a part of the small movement for freedom, too, below:
Jay Shafer of Sonoma County and Four Lights Tiny Houses
As you watch the full news segment or what I’d call a micro documentary below you’ll get to head over to Sonoma County in California and meet Jay Shafer who has been a pioneer for the tiny house movement for over a decade now.
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I wanted to share this story of a man who converted an old tool shed into a beautiful micro cabin for he and his fiance so they can live mortgage-free.
He took an 8′ x 12′ tool shed and added insulation, windows, sheet rock and electricity.
Since he and his fiance work a lot they really just use a 96 sq. ft. minimalist cabin to rest and sleep at night.
Man Converts Tool Shed into Debt-free Micro Home
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Learn why and how he did it in the video/interview and tour below:
Long Work Hours Means Little Time Spent at Home
Since they get up in the morning and immediately leave for work and then they come back at night to watch a movie and go right to sleep they just don’t need much.
Using Laptops and Phones for Entertainment
They don’t need a big entertainment center, either, because right now they can just watch whatever they want from their computer.
Shelving Instead of Closets
Instead of a closet they simply just use open shelving and a covered storage area underneath the bed.
The classic firewood stove easily heats up the place for hours on end with wood gathered from around the farm.
Clean Up Takes Just 5 Minutes!
Best of all it only takes 5 minutes to clean up the place. And since there’s no place for clutter, there just isn’t any of it!