Sep 12, 2010

How much space do you really need?

In an effort to answer that question, Jay Shafer has become the King of teeny, tiny houses. He managed to create a business out of his love for efficient living - - Tumbleweed Tiny House Company - - designing homes ranging in size from 64 sq ft - 875 sq ft.

His first hand built home, Tumbleweed, was 89 sq ft and exhibited Shafer's unique grasp of small space living and design. I was pretty impressed by how functional this home, the size of some people's closets, was. It makes you wonder how much space do you really need to live comfortably.






3 comments:

afreshmusic said...

It's only me, I have no children, and no wife. 500-875sq feet would be perfect for me.

69sq feet isn't really big enough for my clothes. Not to mention I'm a big ass dude. 6'1 285 pounds. Yea me climbing up on a loft that looks like a bunk bed? LMAO Nah I'll pass.

"Hey baby I have a tiny house but not everything is tiny." <-- Pick up line though ;) LOL

Windy City Accountant said...

extremely impressive. it's like a grown up version of those plastic houses kids play in lol.

South Loop Social Light said...

I'd rather be in this thing than an RV. I'd still need to see it in person... I think it's the size of my closet lol

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