Sometimes tiny homes are found in unexpected places.
It’s sad that in most of these places you’re no longer allowed to build so small.
Even so it’s encouraging to see these “grandfathered-in” small spaces because to me it just means that there’s still hope for codes to change so that we can allow these sorts of humble homes to continue to exist.
And not just to continue to exist, but to continue to be created because people (we) want them!
Photo Credit Devon Marie Stawkowski (source)
In what ways do you think we can encourage towns and cities to alter their codes and zoning so that more small and affordable homes can be created for those of us who want them?
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