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Review

Tiny house: live small, dream big

24 April 2020
Written by: Brent Heavener
Review by: Louise Way
Genre: Non-fiction

This lovely little book is mainly pictorial and features beautiful photos of all kinds of tiny homes, in all kinds of locations around the world.

From cosy cottages in Scandinavia and rustic cabins in the US, to a houseboat on the Noosa River, tiny houses are everywhere.

There are both modern and old-school motorhomes, an off-grid dome in Patagonia, and several stunning tree houses! There is huge variety on display here but all the homes look inviting and well-designed. I have never seriously considered moving into a tiny house, but this is some pretty inspiring stuff! I loved the style of a place on the coast of Sweden - it looks so tranquil and snug.

This is a great book for those who enjoyed 'Tiny House Nation' on Netflix, those with an interest in simplifying and living with less, and for anyone who has ever wondered, "can you 'go tiny' and still own hundreds of books?" (Why yes, apparently you can!)

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