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Not once you see it through the eyes of the people who already call tiny houses home. It features over pages of photos and interviews with people who live in tiny homes, discussing questions like these: Why did a tiny house feel right to them?
How did they go about designing, building and moving in? I personally gained a lot from this ebook and highly recommend it! download this eBook The Shockingly Simple Electrical eBook walks you through everything you need to know about wiring your tiny house. We start with the basic principle, different components, how to wire panels, boxes, outlets, lights and more. The book has 80 pages of content including detailed diagrams and real life photos of wiring done in tiny houses. download this eBook The New Retirement by Ryan Mitchell is a guide to retiring in a tiny house — an alternative to traditional retirement.
The ebook covers why retirement is broken, what we can do about it and how to retire in a tiny house. It also includes 10 floor plans designed for retirement, with the beds on the ground floor and a few that are wheel chair accessible. Television news shows talked about it during prime as well. They were almost nowhere to be found before, but seems to be the year of the tiny house for the Netherlands and it has started off with a BANG!
It is interesting to see how it moves people, how local governments are responding and how eager people are who hear about the phenomenon for the first time.
A not so tiny article for a lovely tiny home and the movement in the Netherlands. Last fall we had the first official Dutch Tiny House Meetup in my co-house. Sixteen people assembled creating a small yet fanatical group. In two months time new tiny house enthusiasts popped up like daisies.
The Tiny House Nederland Facebook group now has members and counting.
I personally spoke to a journalist for a national TV show and she thought it was going to be easy to find four or five tiny house people already living their tiny dream. Not so. Several counties have shown interest in tiny houses for various reasons.
Their interest in tiny houses from their standpoint is, at this moment, mainly focused on the idea of tiny villages and that sounds great to my ears. In fact, my personal opinion is that it is great. However, it is equally important to go beyond just tiny house villages. The movement on the whole is about so much more.
Traditionally the thought in the Netherlands is that homes are one with the land underneath them. They are a unit. As a people we literally fasten them to the ground with pilings. I think this is primarily a cultural thing: the oneness of home and land.
In the Netherlands almost every plot of land has a purpose because of our dense population. Interestingly enough though is that this stamp is also regularly found in the top five exporting countries in the world for agricultural products. We use the land in every way possible. To tiny house advocates like myself it seems logical for tiny houses to dot the Dutch landscape. The thought is that it is because we are a nation of permits, rules, and laws.
We are so caught up in thinking about how to use and maximize land use and then commit that to paper rules and regulations that it seems difficult for us to think in terms of not being dependent on that system.
Enter the tiny house.
It is mobile, smaller than typical homes, on wheels and unattached. It is a system misfit.
And therein lies the problem. Instead they end up in discussions about the use of land and how villages can be formed around them.
It seems systematically impossible to think of a house here without also thinking of downloading, selling, owning, borrowing, lending, renting, etc. Tiny houses break the mold of that land-house union. Yes you do need a plot of land if you want to park your tiny house. What if you have made an agreement with the owners and the direct environment about the use?
What if you barter for space by doing some chores or labor in return rather than being tied down to contracts?