Small State, Tiny House: Living in less than 300 square feet

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People say good things come in small packages, and for people who dwell in tiny homes, those are words to live by.

Tiny homes are houses between 100 and 400 square-feet. That’s total living space. They’re typically meant to be environmentally and wallet-friendly, and while they’re nothing knew, they’ve grown in popularity as of late.

“In recent decades in the U.S., people have wanted to live in tiny homes to conserve resources,” said Isa Cann of Tiny House Northeast, a professional tiny home design and building company. “They have typically been men and women who have recognized the profound level of consumption and waste that has polluted the planet. They have wanted to live differently.”

The inside of Sullivan’s tiny home. Image from Another Tiny House Story blog.
The inside of Sullivan’s tiny home. Image from Another Tiny House Story blog.
And live differently they do.

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