Tiny Homes: Inexpensive and Cute, but Livable?
A small sign affixed beneath the window of Isabella Mori’s tiny 186 square foot home speaks to its popularity in her Metro Vancouver trailer park. It reads: “Taking photos is fine but only from the sidewalk please.”
You can understand Mori’s shyness. When your living room moonlights as your front hall, kitchen, bedroom and office, having looky-loos peeking in the windows can be disconcerting.
But compared to her previous living situations over the past 28 years, Mori’s miniature house is her dream home.
Before moving in, back in March, Mori “lived in a succession of old character houses that were either renovicted or under threat of,” she laughed.