Within the last decade the tiny house movement has blossomed. Many have come to realize that it is not the size of your space that matters, but rather what you do with it.
Not only are tiny homes cheaper to build and require less upkeep, but they also have a much smaller carbon footprint. In fact, many tiny homes are built using solar panels to cut down on electricity costs completely.
Without the weight of a hefty mortgage tied to your back, those who opt to live out their days in a tiny home have less debt to worry about, and more savings to spend on things they enjoy, including concerts, events, food and travel.
The tiny house movement has redefined what it means to build a home, and proves that sometimes less really is more. Here are some facts about the movement that’s taking over the world.