Look at this Tiny House Interior! This Is How You Can Add Onto Tiny Houses

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With a tiny house, you can divest yourself of unused and useless “stuff”. There are so many things humans can really do without – you’d be amazed at how much clutter we can get rid of and still be happy.

The cost of living in a tiny house is often much more reasonable than living in a large house. Utilities are all less, and you spend much less time cleaning and maintaining your tiny house. And buying or building your own tiny house costs but a fraction of what living large does. You no longer need to live paycheck to paycheck with an exorbitant mortgage.

This one is a modern L-shaped design (400 sq ft main house plus 160 sq ft “amplified” structure” made of Brazilian Abaco hardwood and corrugated metal siding, and it’s built on wheels for easier transportation. It’s by architect Brian Crabb.

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