In the U.S. it is believed that most people spend anywhere from one-third to one-half of their total income just to keep a roof over their head.
In an attempt to downsize their living spaces and cut back on costs, more and more people are turning to the tiny house movement. While tiny houses date back to the days of Henry David Thoreau, the modular trend didn’t really hit with modern-day Americans until after the 2007-08 financial recession.
Not only do tiny houses equip homeowners with a more efficient space for simple living, but they’re also cost effective. Sixty-eight percent of tiny house owners are able to live in their homes without worrying about any sort of mortgage payments. And because tiny houses can come in just about any shape, color, and size, people across the nation are getting creative. These tiny homes will help you see the movement with fresh eyes!