Micro House Love

I had honestly completely forgotten that I was collecting these micro-house photos until the hubs showed me a video last night on a new company designing well-insulated, weather friendly versions.  Personally I don’t think the tight quarters would work for the way we live day to day, but it’s been decided that this is definitely how we achieve our beach house goal a little earlier in life.  What’s so impressive to me is the solutions micro houses may provide in disaster relief as well as for those cities/towns with housing shortages.  We lived in an island city with a housing shortage and these low-cost, easily fabricated little gems could be the answer.  Can’t wait to forward more info along to our friends there who are still looking for affordable solutions.

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What do you think…could you live in a micro house?


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