We see plenty of comments from people new to the tiny house movement, who wonder what’s so different about living in a tiny house instead of the tiny apartments they’re accustomed to. This article by Monica Humphries explains it so well! While small spaces have always been around, they aren’t all designed well to maximize space and efficiency.
A well-designed tiny house, like the BOHO model by ESCAPE that Monica stayed in at Think Big! Tiny House Resort in South Cairo, New York, doesn’t leave any space underutilized, and that makes all the difference! Monica also mentioned that the large windows and nature views added to the peace and comfort of the tiny house.
Even though her NYC apartment is about 500 square feet (shared with a roommate), in the end Monica said she could see herself living in just 110 square feet by herself quite easily. Read the full story at Insider.
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Why Tiny Houses Are Better Designed Than Most Apartments
Here are a couple pictures of Monica’s NYC apartment
And here’s “The Green Bean” she stayed in.
This is a BOHO model by ESCAPE Traveler.
A peek at the tiny bathroom.
And this is the sunrise she woke up to!
Couples and solo travelers crush hard on The Green Bean: tiniest of the tiny homes. Even though this queen-bed studio is cozy, it has every little thing you need in its kitchen, dining area and full bathroom with a stand-up shower stall. Order takeout for delivery from restaurants nearby or whip up a little something on the two-burner cooktop or your patio’s Weber grill. You’ll love both the privacy and the location, steps from the waterfall, which is illuminated at night for extra romance. Nestle in for a night of sweet slumber in the country: the antidote to real-world stress. Sleeps 2.
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