Today I have a super guest post from my good friend and Tiny Transition and Downsizing student Jenn Baxter!
Jenn has been living in her tiny house for some time now, after initially starting her transition to the tiny life in the Tiny Transition and Downsizing E-Course.
I asked Jenn if she would write about her experience designing her own UNIQUE tiny home, and she said she would love to! Not only that, but she has created a free worksheet that you can use to design your own tiny home. You can grab the free tiny house design worksheet below!
Let's get to it! I'll let Jenn take it from here. Thanks Jenn!
One of the main questions I get when people first see my tiny house is, “How did you design this?” Well, the answer to that is actually pretty easy.
I thought about what I need every day.
First of all, designing a tiny house in and of itself is easier than designing a traditional home, simply because of its size. When you are only working with 100-300 square feet, your choices are limited to begin with.