In most traditional homes, we end up paying for space we don’t really use. Sure a guest bedroom, office, den, and two car garage sound great, but is it really worth the three times a year we utilize these spaces to their fullest? For the Tiny House Family, wasted space is not an option.
Living in a tiny home is a great way to save money on utilities. Anyone can build a mobile tiny home that can be used as a basic dwelling or a mobile cabin.
The mobile tiny home movement started roughly a decade ago, but the economic crisis rapidly accelerated its growth as people began to re-evaluate their lifestyles, craving the simplicity that comes with scaling down. At a fraction of the average house price (some a mere $20,000), these structures eliminate the hassle and potential pitfalls of a mortgage. Plus, they force their occupants to pare down their belongings to the essentials and devise innovative solutions to make the most of every inch.
On the next page discover 20 different ways to build your first mobile tiny home.