Tiny Homes

Tour a Tiny Home at White Rock Market Next Weekend

By Valerie Jarvie / April 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Got the tiny house bug? Who is not intrigued by the thought of simplifying housing to the Nth degree by pairing down living space to the minimum? Contemplate that at the White Rock Local Market, Saturday, April 7, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a gander at two tiny house models. Builder Indigo River […]

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Warning: These Clayton Designer Series Tiny Homes are Addictive

By Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber / September 15, 2016 / 1 Comment

Never say never. Part of being a Lifestylist® is that I am a curator of things I love and want to share. Usually, that’s an unusual vintage plate, a quirky chair, or a book that I can’t put down — I need a lot of space to store all of these treasures. After seeing the […]

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Tour B.A. Norrgard’s Tiny House at Earth Day Texas

By Joanna England / April 13, 2015 / 2 Comments

Perhaps you already saw B.A. Norrgard’s adorable 112-square-foot house on wheels at the Hollywood Heights Newellian Easter Parade this year? Or maybe you saw it in this BuzzFeed video? Well, if you haven’t yet seen inside the super cute but VERY COZY little home documented on Norrgard’s blog, you’ll have another chance to see it […]

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BA Norrgard Lets BuzzFeed Staff Live in Her Tiny House For a Few Hours, The Results are Hilarious

By Joanna England / January 15, 2015 / 2 Comments

Have you ever tried to imagine what life would be like in a tiny house? Well, lifestyle repackaging expert, tiny home blogger, and Dallas native BA Norrgard offered a few BuzzFeed staffers the chance to live in her tiny house for a few hours. The results? Lots of laughs and a little introspection. Jump for […]

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Austin Real Estate News: Neighborhood of Tiny Dwellings Rents Micro Homes to Chronically Homeless

By Joanna England / December 3, 2013 / 8 Comments

The concept behind the Community First Village is revolutionary — rent a tiny home to someone who needs a reason to hold down a job for an affordable rate, and help the homeless turn their lives around.

The fact that it’s adorable doesn’t hurt, either.

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Reviving The McMansion: What Was On Its Way Out Three Years Ago is Making a Comeback Today

By Joanna England / November 25, 2013 / 2 Comments

Perhaps the new sign of fully recovered economy should be a McMansion? Or maybe our economy would be better judged by the size of the middle class? In 2010, while we were still trying to figure out what went wrong with the federal stimulus and which bank was to blame for it all (answer: none […]

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