More than 50% of Americans state that they would definitely consider living in a home of less than 600 square feet according to a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Home Builders. While the visual appeal of a tiny home is quite obvious, there are a number of other noteworthy benefits that can be enjoyed when living in a tiny house.
Neile Cooper has created a thing of breathtaking beauty in the woods behind her house in Mohawk, New Jersey. When she needed a reading room and studio, this talented artist and jewelry maker did what she she does best.
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It ticks all the boxes; secluded tiny house in the woods... in a tree! According to Today, it tops the Airbnb wish list with 147,052 people wanting to stay there on a romantic getaway.
Watch the video as man builds tiny house for this family of four for under $5,000 using upcycled and repurposed items and materials sourced from the internet.