Then I found their blog, Living Small Under the Big Sky, and was glad to read some of the inspiring quotes on living simply.
But when I say live simply I also mean living richly.. Just in a different way than most of society sees it. You know what I mean, right?
Tiny House Tour after Construction
After Meg and Joe finished the construction (thanks to the help of some friends and family) they were a bit fearful about moving it.
Fortunately, it towed perfectly fine without any issues. 🙂
Photos Courtesy of Meg via YouTube and Living Small Under the Big Sky
I encourage you to watch it in action in the video clip at the bottom of this post.
Their friends- Brad Thon, David Calabretta, Jesse Johnson, and Joe contributed much to the completion of the house (specifically the siding and exterior finishing).
So I thought I’d give them a shout out for doing their part to support Meg and Joe because that’s just awesome.
Tiny House with a Spacious Sleeping Loft
You’ll notice that this little house on a trailer has an extra spacious sleeping loft (thanks to the use of gables and windows). This is my favorite part of the house, what’s yours?
Another really neat feature is that they included benches with storage on both sides of the tiny front porch. I always appreciate it when you can double the function of something in a small space. By the way, Meg, great job on the staining.
I’m sure you can tell that just about everything in this house was done with quality and practicality in mind. You’ll notice this when you see the front door, interior walls, shelving, flooring and appliances.
Beautifully done Meg and Joe (and friends!). I consider this home to be a wonderful example of living tiny yet luxuriously.
Video Tour #2 – Walk Through and Landscape
All photos and screenshots are courtesy of Meg and Joe so be sure to pay them a visit. I’m so glad they shared what they’ve done so far.
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