Tiny homes are trending across the globe!! And it’s no surprise. Tiny homes are not only environmentally and economically friendly, they create easy and comfortable lifestyles and are the perfect fit for most standard families and singles. People around the world are turning to smaller living, and they’re doing it in the most creative ways. We’ve done our research and found 5 amazing tiny homes anyone would envy. We’d live in any of these houses over a giant mansion any day! Which one’s your favourite?
Did you catch the article in Business South about our thriving small business? We’re so excited about it! It’s all about who we are and what we stand for. It’s amazing to get recognised for leading the way in sustainable building design as well as being a great, growing family business. Huge thanks to Business South and writer Russell Fredric for taking the time to single out our business.
Sustainability is gaining recognition all over the world because it is becoming abundantly clear that living sustainable lives is something we must do to preserve our qualities of life and of all the lives on this planet.
Are Tiny Houses Sustainable?
The tiny house movement makes homeownership possible for people who couldn't otherwise afford it. It also gets major points for sustainability. Here's why tiny homes and small homes contribute to sustainable living:
This post is Part 3 of a Multi-Part series about creating a more sustainable future.
One Planet, One People, Please...
In this post we will discuss off-grid systems, the concept of "reduce, reuse and recycle" within the building industry, the impact of building a house on the land and wider natural environment both during the build and afterwards, and how to build houses with heart ♥️
This post is Part 1 of a Multi-Part series about creating a more sustainable future. Topics covered in the series are:
- Sustainable and eco-friendly building options
- Toxicity in your home and how to reduce it as you build
- Recycling and reducing waste, both in the building industry and in our personal lives
- Energy efficiency in your home
- Living off the grid and more in alignment with our natural environment