Small Houses are a Big Deal
While there are plenty of really big houses being built (do 2.54 people really need five bedrooms and over 3,000 sq. ft.?), there’s no missing that small houses are a popular topic. Tiny dwellings are all the rage on TV, on the web, and a hot topic in print, too. What defines a small or tiny house is a bit up for debate, but frequently less than 1,000 sq. ft. is small and less than 400 sq. ft. is tiny. Regardless of how you define it, odds are you’re interested in, or better put, intrigued by, the small house movement, which is, of course, rather big. And even if you’d never live in such a house, you can gain a lot of inspiration from the ingenuity needed to make these small places viable places to call home. Check out the articles below to see what’s going on with the small houses.
This articles covers the clever ideas used to make a 800-sq.-ft. cottage comfortable and stylish. Small House Secrets
This slideshow is all inspiration and promoting the idea that bigger isn’t better. Inspiring Ideas for Small Houses
See what you think of these designs. There’s a pretty good range here from a not-so-tiny 1,600-sq.-ft. home to a 540-sq.ft. little gem. 5 Small Home Plans to Admire