Simplicity 2 Tiny House Build

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In theory, tiny houses are smaller, mobile versions of brick-and-mortar homes. In practice, they can be larger than a city apartment and have fancier finishes than you'd find in most family homes. The Simplicity 2 sticks to the theory.

Tiny houses first popped up as a suitable alternative housing solution in the early 2000s, when environmental concerns forced a shift in perspective in younger homeowners. The idea was simple: downsize your home and you downsize your carbon footprint; focus on using sustainable materials and construction processes, and you further reduce that carbon footprint.

The bonus was that, with these, you also got the chance to live more intentionally. Unhindered by material possessions, you could focus more on experiences, live a more stress-free life, and get in touch with the surrounding nature.

In recent years, the sustainable aspect of tiny living has been lost to a certain extent. Tiny houses today place more emphasis on reduced monthly costs, more affordability in terms of ownership, and the ability to travel the country with your home in tow, which, in turn, allows you to combine work and leisure in the most pleasant way possible.

A remote-control-operated electric couch from Luonto Furniture turns into a double bed at the press of a button, taking up all the available space. That explains the lack of a dining table or any other piece of furniture

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