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Try It Tiny On Hulse Hill Farm

In the beautiful Leatherstocking region of New York sits a small, picturesque farm started just like so many small farms, a few chickens at a time! Since those early days though Christine M and Rick have caught farm fever and added gardens, more chickens, a few cashmere goats, and even a tiny house on wheels to her piece of paradise! You are even invited to stay at

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Try It Tiny In The Hamptons

The Bridgehampton tiny house on wheels built by Tiny Hamptons Homes, has everything you need to live, vacation or just relax comfortably in a stylish and functional 350 sq.ft. space.

Located in Sound Beach, NY, the exterior is clad in cedar with contrasting colors and a standing seam metal roof. There are two entrances (one with a f

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Try It Tiny In The Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina

David S - a North Carolinian - would be thrilled to share his tiny house, custom made by HGTV-featured builder Randy Jones of Incredible Tiny Homes, with anyone wishing to visit the historic Todd, NC community.

The tiny house on wheels sits across the way from a charming old farmhouse and barn in a rural setting where the o

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How-To Declutter Your Kitchen For Tiny House Living

No one wants a kitchen filled with stuff! No dream kitchen is a cluttered one. Yet somehow we all seem to create just that. From Tupperware to extra utensils, expired condiments to chipped dishes, Americans seem to stock the kitchen more than any other culture on Earth. There is something so refreshing about a clean, uncluttered kitchen though. It promotes opportunity and possibility. It saves time and allows for cleanliness. The kitchen is the heart of the home! 

We t

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The Right Trailer For Your Tiny House

So you are about to purchase a trailer for your tiny house. How exciting! With these wheels you are guaranteeing your ability to live a mobile life. You are graduating to a seemingly more affordable, more energy efficient, and more freeing, way of life. But such independence comes with a cost; financially and academically.

You wouldn't buy a foundation house without having an inspection, would you? You want to know that all systems are "a go". You want to make sure the framewor

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