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Tiny homes, big movement
Did you love forts or playhouses when you were a child? There seems to be something magical about these diminutive dwellings and the fantasy they can bring, but you can carry this same intrigue into your adult living with the tiny home movement. You may have read about it or seen it on TV â people of all ages living in mini dwellings, around 200-square feet or less, built on trailer beds and filled with
Move Over Tiny House, Tiny Tavern Brings The Fun
Fully loaded with games, taps, and barstools, the Tiny Tavern is a new spin for retail party setups that capitalizes on the surging tiny home movement.
Bend business proposes tiny-home project
Jesse Russell wants Bend to be a little more like the Bend where he grew up, where working people can afford their own homes. He and his business partner and longtime friend, Kit Blackwelder, in business together as Tongue & Groove Tiny Homes, are sizing up opportunities for a tiny-home development. Tiny homes, in this case structures of 200-400 square feet, are a trend espoused by some as an option for affordable housing. Russell met