From the bloggers at Independent
In the past few years, the tiny house – or micro-living – movement has been gaining pace. Particularly big in the US’s PacificNorthwest, the concept involves rejecting the notion that bigger is better, and instead simplifying and downsizing… to something incredibly compact.
To be truly “tiny”, a house should be smaller than 400 sq ft (intelligent use of space is key) – though many are much smaller, and some come on wheels.
If you’re not ready to commit to the tiny house lifestyle, you can just try it out for a night or two instead. All the options below come with their own shower rooms and kitchenette.
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