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Tiny House Love: Industrial meets chic in Portland garage conversion

Tiny House Love: Industrial meets chic in Portland garage conversion

Bryan and Jen, a Portland couple who turned their garage into a luxury studio, talk about how living in the garage has helped them reconnect with their community.

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Small space products at the dollar store

Small space products at the dollar store

Find pint-sized versions of your favorite brands at the dollar store. Save space — and sometimes, money!

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Tiny Living Tips: Brew your own beverages

Tiny Living Tips: Brew your own beverages

No room to store canned sodas and bottled beverages? Cold brew tea bags make it easy to make your own drinks while saving space. Our favorite flavor is…

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Advocates use tiny houses for the homeless

Advocates use tiny houses for the homeless

Homeless advocates across the country are proposing plans that use tiny houses for the homeless.

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Small space products: SEI convertible desk

Small space products: SEI convertible desk

The desk’s little shelves are perfect for stashing small supplies, allowing you to keep your office essentials inside the furniture while it’s folded up.

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Adventures in TinyLiving:  Beyond fear

Adventures in TinyLiving: Beyond fear

To some degree, whenever we try something new and bold and different, we’re always going to wonder if we’ve made a mistake. The more unconventional the decision, the more room for fear.

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Small homes in the news: Anti-McMansion

Small homes in the news: Anti-McMansion

Fans of small homes and minimalist decor will love the latest small home in the media spotlight, one that the New York Times has dubbed the “anti-McMansion.”

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Paring Down:  Are your clothes worth $1?

Paring Down: Are your clothes worth $1?

If your shirt was on a thrift store rack — in all its faded, 10-year-old glory — would your response be ‘What a steal?’ Or ‘Wow, I can’t believe they’re selling that piece of junk?’

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Tiny House Conference planned for April

Tiny House Conference planned for April

There’s a tiny house conference coming to Charlotte, N.C., this spring. If you’re considering building your own tiny house or if you’ve ever wanted more info on composting toilets, this might be your kinda party.

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Small Space Products: IKEA Norbo Drop-leaf Folding Table

Small Space Products: IKEA Norbo Drop-leaf Folding Table

The IKEA Norbo folding table is featured in many tiny house designs — and for good reason. It’s simple and functional, and it folds flat when not in use.

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10 ways to maximize storage in a small home

10 ways to maximize storage in a small home

When we start to covet our neighbors’ closets, it’s time to remind ourselves that with a little creativity, we can solve the space crunch. Here are our top 10 ways to maximize storage in a small home.

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Tiny Houses: How big is still small?

Tiny Houses: How big is still small?

Luxury buyers echo some of the same sentiments I hear from the rest of us. They want a home they can be proud of, but one that doesn’t take over their lives.

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TinyLiving Spaces: LifeEdited apartment

TinyLiving Spaces: LifeEdited apartment

Who doesn’t love a transforming apartment that puts Optimus Prime and his buddies to shame?

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TinyLiving catches The Minimalists on tour

TinyLiving catches The Minimalists on tour

We caught up with the Minimalists this week, as they stopped at a local bookstore on their “Everything that Remains” tour. They’re hitting 100 cities to promote their new book and talk to folks about living with less.

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Declutter Challenge Day 31:  Graduation Day

Declutter Challenge Day 31: Graduation Day

If you’ve found January’s posts helpful, stick with us in the coming months. We’ll continue to post decluttering motivation once a week — including ways to pare down and live well in small spaces.

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