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Living Small: The Psychology of Tiny Houses

Living Small: The Psychology of Tiny Houses

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The tiny house appeal

The small spaces are usually less than 500 square feet and often on the wheels of a flatbed trailer. The narrow house tends to have a kitchen, bathroom, and sitting area, and usually a loft bedroom.

Tiny houses appeal to home buyers who are not interested in living large. ...

The reasons for the popularity of tiny homes are affordability and that they satisfy young people's need for mobility. They can be easily sold or rented.

Whether tiny houses will continue in the future depends on the economy. If the middle class continues to shrink, small...

Some of the appealing qualities of living in tiny houses are related to environmental concerns and eco-friendliness. Homeowners of a tiny house feel they are making a positive contribution to the world because it leaves a lighter carbon footprint.

With limited space,

While living in a tiny home may feel cozy and comfortable, others might consider the living space cramped and claustrophobic. 

  • To make it seem more spacious, a light colour on the walls, like light sage green, can make a room seem larger and more relaxing.
  • Maximising natural li...

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