Right now I’m excited to show you Laura & Matt’s 120 sq. ft. tiny house that they built themselves in Asheville, North Carolina thanks to Tiny House Giant Journey. Laura LaVoie is the author of 120 Ideas for Tiny Living.
They live and work in this 120 sq. ft. cabin in the mountains of Asheville. Inside you’ll find a storage loft, sleeping loft, open living/dining area, bathroom with composting toilet and manual pump shower, and a kitchen.
The entire cabin is designed and built to be completely off-the-grid so there’s no running water and no plumbing in the entire home. Please enjoy and re-share below.
Laura and Matt’s 120 Sq. Ft. Tiny House in Asheville
- Original story at Tiny House Giant Journey
- Laura and Matt’s Life in 120 Sq. Ft. Blog
- Laura’s Book, 120 Ideas for Tiny Living
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