They are adorably wee.
They come in all shapes and forms, they command their own television shows, hundreds of thousands of social media followers and they are better for the environment. They also mean freedom from a mortgage — well, mostly. Most importantly, they mean simpler living in a smaller, more efficient space.
Tiny houses are having a moment.
Who would’ve thought, asks Michelle de la Vega, a Seattle artist who custom built her tiny home almost 10 years ago?
“When I started building my (tiny) house, it was just starting,” she says. “I read a couple of books. I didn’t know much about it but just went ahead. It’s a community now, there are so many of us.”