Tiny House – Research the Future

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After years of dreaming of an eco-friendly home of our own, we finally discovered Boneyard Studios, a Tiny House showcase right here in Washington, DC. Boneyard Studios has three little houses on wheels parked in an alley lot in NE, proving that the Tiny House movement isn’t isolated to the West Coast.

These structures include all the comforts of home – a kitchen, bathroom and even a sun roof packed into just a few hundred square feet, although Tiny Houses do vary by size. We were so excited to get the chance to step inside these special spaces and imagine ourselves waking up to the light streaming through one of the many windows – more windows than we have in our 2-bedroom apartment!

If you’ve never laid your eyes on a tiny house, these homes are eco-friendly, extremely affordable, simplistic, and can be easily built without prior building experience. Lee, Brian and Jay have lots of info on their site, so be sure to check them out. For more info on the Tiny House movement, click here.

 

2 Responses to Tiny House – Research the Future

  1. Erin says:

    This is very interesting! I don’t think I could live in such a small place, but it sounds like a great idea to those who can.

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