Why would Super Bowl champ Deion Sanders want to live in a tiny house? That’s the million-dollar question that inspired us to tune in to the latest episode of “Tiny House Nation,” where hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin build the NFL Hall of Famer a 600-square-foot diminutive dwelling of his dreams, then squeeze him in.
After Hurricane Katrina Washed Away Everything, This Family Rebuilt Their House as a Tiny Cottage
Hurricane Katrina was such a powerful storm it washed away this family's 2,000-square-foot home in Waveland, Mississippi. They later built a tiny house on the property, the Mississippi Memory House, with the help of Tiny House Nation.
When you live tiny, you need to be extra crafty! Using a projector and retractable screen creates a movie theater look and feel in your tiny house, but keeps the space open and clean! Check out more tips and tricks for living tiny on FYI's #TinyHouseNation!
Laundry Under Stairs - Utilize wasted space under a staircase! Saw this on Tiny House Nation on FYI channel. The area under the washer would be useful for storing laundry products, but I love that in the photo the kitty has commandeered the space!! | LRE
Smart Cabin by Lil Lodges is a 400 Square Foot Dream Vacation Home - Some of the tiny houses that we see are the pure embodiment of “cozy” and this is one of them! Built by Lil Lodges of Bear Creek, Alabama and features on Tiny House Nation, this home has gotten tons of attention for its luxurious touches and warmth. The builders say that this was the most advanced tiny house they had ever built before. It was so advanced that it’s called a “smart cabin”.