Some travelers seek plush, queen-size beds and waterfront views. Others yearn for a changing horizon and the open road. Lake Tahoe residents, Nick Cahill and Jessica Perez, soak up the best of both worlds with their Blue Bus Adventure, a vehicle that’s part vacation vessel, part tiny home.
Recently, writer Lauren Modery took to the Internet with an open letter: “Dear People Who Live in Fancy Tiny Houses.” She asked tiny homeowners irreverent (and hilarious) questions about small space living—the kind of questions that we larger-space dwellers may have had, but were too afraid to ask.
Imagine a standard office cubicle (or if you’re in one right now, look around). Now double it and think about where you’d put your bed, your kitchen, your bathroom, and your living room. Congratulations, you’ve just designed your own tiny house.
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