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If you consider the space you use in your own home on a day to day basis, you will find that it is no more than a tiny home. While you have lots of air, and places to store stuff, the average person or couple does not live in very much space. Here are the top 4 places you live in your home:

  • Bedroom
    This is the room you spend the most time in (unless you work from home), and most of it is in your bed. You have some space for clothes storage, but beyond that, this is all that space is used for.
  • Kitchen
    If you prepare meals and eat at home, this is the next most popular spot in a home. In many homes, this is also the central meeting and communication hub. It includes places for food, equipment and dish storage, appliances, counters for food preparation, and a place to eat.
  • Living room
    While this area goes by many names including great room, family room, rec room, etc. It is the area where you spend the time doing what you do when you aren’t doing the rest.
  • Washroom
    A key place in every home, this room sometimes includes clothes washing facilities as well.

Beyond this you may have some specialized areas you frequent occasionally, but essentially the rest is hallways and space.

Tiny Homes eliminate the extra space, have no halls and have no space to hide the stuff you rarely or never will use. Everything identified above is included in each tiny home and more!


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12 April 2019
Yesterday I had the opportunity to talk with Noelle Reeve, Planner for Tay Valley, Ontario. We discussed the changes they made to their zoning bylaws in the fall of 2018, with regards to tiny home living. In a nutshell, today you can live tiny on a l...