Three guys in Maryland built a 16-foot DIY tiny house last year. It’s a Tiny Home Builders Tiny Living model with a pine tongue-and-groove interior and a cedar exterior. They are bringing it to the Mid-Atlantic Tiny House Expo where they hope to show and sell it.
Lindsey McIntyre, who identifies as bi-racial, and her boyfriend, Tyler Cox, who is white, gutted a 1968 Airstream and are about to embark on a year-long tour of America to, in part, pick a new place to live, as well as to demonstrate to low-SES people of color that you can have a very fulfilling life with minimal possessions.
Newlyweds are choosing to sell their DIY tiny house after nine months for financial and space reasons
A math teacher and his wife built a tiny house and lived in it for nine months. Now they hope to sell it for $49,000. Although they enjoyed simple living, they plan to move to a more conventional home for financial and space reasons.
Last May, shop class students from Western Albemarle High School sold a tiny house they built at the Mid-Atlantic Tiny House Expo in Virginia. Now they are bringing another tiny house to the Maryland show.
KT Ehrlinger and her mom built a DIY tiny house in their driveway. Then KT quit her culinary job to pursue a career in the tiny house industry. She plans to unveil her tiny house, which is for sale, at the show in October.
Tiny house builder and author, Chris Schapdick, of Tiny Industrial, has agreed to speak at the October tiny house expo
Five years ago, Chris Schapdick built a tiny house using Tumbleweed plans that he modified. He enjoyed the experience so much he quit his 9-5 job in Manhattan to focus on building tinies under the Tiny Industrial brand. He often builds on lighter-weight trailers intended for sustained travel. Today he is an accomplished tiny house builder, author and speaker.
Daniel and Rachel Messick, owners of Banana.VAN.Advenstures, went tiny to improve other peoples’ lives through active ministry
This young Tennessee couple is all-in for tiny living. They purged just about all of their possession and Rachel quit her job last week! Now they plan to hit the road in their yellow Sprinter van to pursue an active ministry focused on improving others’ lives.
Real estate investor, owner of Trekker Trailers, and former city planner collaborate to offer affordable tiny housing and a stunning waterfront village
The Firefly resulted when three tiny house industry experts conspired to build a utilitarian, practical, affordable tiny house. It retails for $28,000! It offers one-floor living and SIPs construction with high-R-value insulation. See one at the Mid-Atlantic Tiny House Expo in Maryland Oct. 6-7.
Brynn Burger has lived tiny with her family of four and their dog for over a year. This former teacher now earns a living writing about parenting, downsizing, minimalism, road-schooling, living tiny, and raising an extreme child.