I can’t be the only who looks at a lot of the homes that are part of the tiny house and self sustaining/financial independence movement and think that it would be a lot less expensive to live in a shed can I?
I’ve been to the big box stores and seen quite a few that look like they would be great to live in (with very good wind resistance) if they had a proper foundation instead of just a slab which many of the larger houses have these days.
What do you all think?
Why stairs in a tiny home? Let’s see.
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For me, it makes a heck of a lot more sense than having a ladder.
1. Anemia sucks and I don’t need to get lightheaded attempting to climb a ladder when stairs are hard enough.
2. Late night trips to the bathroom will NOT go well when I’m barely awake.
3. I want a dog.
4. I’ll be old one day if the world isn’t complete crap by then and the Lord wills it. While I plan on being a healthy old lady, I’d rather not have to climb a ladder in my old age on a daily basis.
(assuming I don’t just have a single level home)
Really nice tiny house in New Zealand that feels a lot more open than the ones that we usually see.
Normally this would go on a different blog, but I really like the look of the stuff in the background. I think it would be cute for an “eclectic” tiny house or studio.
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