Friday, July 30, 2010

Living large: A look inside the tiny house movement | Need to Know | PBS


(image from tinyhouse.com)

From PBS.Org

Given the state of the current economy, a growing number of Americans with ordinary lives are choosing to scale down — way down. They call themselves the “tiny house” movement. Need to Know visited one of the movement’s proponents, Dee Williams, at her small home in Olympia, Wash.
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6 comments:

Janie's World said...

It takes all kinds. Beautiful little house, but I don't think I would choose to live in such small quarters if I had other options. But you never know...

Julio said...

Hi Janie,

I was intrigued by the story because we are currently considering a beach home which is only 600 square feet. I've been a little afraid to commit thinking the home is way too small for us but now this story is making me realize that it's simply my "consumption whore" side that is struggling with the small space living concept.LOL. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.

Woody said...

out house bowel movement. big is beautiful.

vignette design said...

How weird, my mom's name is also Dee Williams! But from Oregon....
Thanks for the nice comment Julio! I wish I looked 30, but alas am pushing 57 and proud of it. No Botox for moi, no siree! Age happens....

children's clothing said...

That was really interesting and some of them look cute, but what would I do with all my stuff?

Sydney Lawyers said...

i wish i could be there..a small sweet home love xx