The Tiny Home Movement is getting noticed by Forbes Magazine. It’s with mixed emotions that I make that statement, and that I even share this article.
I’m not sure how I feel about the majority of the homes in the gallery photos linked to this article. The exception is the Zyl Vardos home (see also links under Resources), and a few others. Some seem way too extravagant (1.8 million?), but it is Forbes. Ultra-posh may appeal to the typical Forbes reader, but most of us who wish for a tiny lifestyle are focused on living simply and intentionally, not just seeking to expand our inventory of toys. Still, I wanted to share this article, as I’m always looking for new ideas and working on the plan in my mind. I do like the media attention the movement is getting of late, and hopefully building codes will be modified by the time we’re ready to transition in a couple of years.