TINY: A Story About Living Small

Hello, hello, tiny people!

In the rare case you haven’t seen all the rage about the new tiny house movie, here is your information!  I had the privilege of viewing the movie a bit ago at Radford University and being on a tiny house panel of sorts for an evening.  This movie is awesome!  It is such a great way to see the journey that is building a tiny house.  I cannot recommend this movie enough, truly.  I believe I’ll be getting a hard copy soon and I cannot wait!  Here’s the trailer:

If you’re excited too, you can find it on iTunes (documentaries) and on Netflix.  Here is the website as well, in case you want more information: http://tiny-themovie.com/

 

Floyd Tiny House Tour Photos

What a wonderful tour that was!  I hope those of you who missed it will consider taking the tour next year if they do it again.  I took some exterior photos but interior photography was not allowed due to the homeowners’ privacy (yeah I’d hate people taking pictures of my laundry and random house stuff too).  Enjoy!

The Berzins’ Tiny House on a Trailer (www.tinyhousefamily.com)

Christy & Ricardo’s Tiny House on a Foundation

Jim Knapp’s Tiny House on a Mobile Home Trailer with a Giant Deck

The Ohland’s Tiny House on a Foundation

Kat Johnson’s Tiny House on a Foundation at Riverstone Organic Farm

Yurt at Riverstone Organic Farm

Tiny House Tour in Floyd, Virginia

I know you guys want to go see some tiny houses in person.  I know you do, don’t lie.  So here’s the scoop:

Here’s the Facebook event page.

It’s May 17th from 10-4.  You can also watch TINY: a story about living small afterwards.  Here’s more info and tickets: http://sustainfloyd.org/tiny-floyd-thinks-tiny-house-may-17/

I had the chance to meet the Tiny House Family (again) at the Tiny House Conference earlier this month and I highly suggest you meet them too and let their general awesomeness influence your life a bit.  I don’t know the other houses/families on the tour, but I’m sure they’re great too!

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