This is a tiny house movement montage for tiny house enthusiasts and builders by Jamaica Cottage Shop, a small company that specializes in building sheds and tiny homes for its customers.
You’ll get to hear stories about a single mom and her daughter, an environmentalist, an entrepreneur (founder of Jamaica Cottage Shop), and others about why and how they’re living small.
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Living Large in the Tiny House Movement
Images © Jamaica Cottage Shop via YouTube
Images © Jamaica CottageShop via YouTube
Video: Living Large, A look into the Tiny House Movement
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One of my favorite companies with a great variety of sheds, cabins, and cottages. I especially like the sugar shack!
Do they make the last one Pictured? I like this tiny house on wheels. More info on it please.
I enjoyed the last video. The whole key is finding a peaceful place where you can do your own thing without being hassled.
I loved the video. I wish I knew some of the people that were featured. I’ve been wanting to go tiny for a long time. Mainly because I realized that I only occupied a very small portion of my 1400 square foot house. The rooms I used was the kitchen bedroom and bathroom. A grand total of 450 square feet was all I needed. I also rarely had guests. I am a camper. I’d go out into the woods for at least a week 4 times a year during the spring, summer and fall months. I love living in nature and these trips were the highlight of my life. I looked forward to spending time out there. My group has since disbanded. Before tiny house living became the rage I imagined living in a small house out in the woods. I would design and redesign one in my mind. My family and friends thought I was nuts. Then the tiny house movement became popular. I felt vindicated and verified. I wasn’t alone. After I retired I bought some land. My property is not quite in the woods but close enough and out in the middle of nowhere. It will require a totally self sustaining house. My adventure is just beginning. I’m going to need all the prayers help and luck I can garner. I love this website. It keeps my hopes and retirement dreams alive.