Hi @WebWiseWoman lol, I too am living tiny in a Studio Apartment. Wish I could detach it from the building and drop it on some land. I love living in it but hate dealing with the upstairs neighbors the office likes to move in. I guess some people either forget or just do not care that someone is below them. Thanks for sharing!
I think it will be near impossible to get a thread on this. I read that there are only around 10,000 tiny houses in all the U.S. I've also read that a great many people are looking at it, but when it comes down to it, people reject the idea for the simple fact that it is so tiny.
We live in a 1950's, 1500sf house with no basement, and that is considered, by many, if not most, to be a tiny house. Having a house less than half that square footage is not realistic to very many people.
If you're researching, I'm sure you've seen the many articles showing how many people regret purchasing a tiny house. One article shows a 44% figure of buyers remorse according to their survey.
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I'd love to try a tiny hotel or vacation rental, especially if it's in some remote area on a lake or beach front or deep in a forest. That photo you posted above would be a wonderful place to stay for a while. I don't think I could live tiny permanently tho, as I think it would easily feel claustrophobic for me. I like a lot of floor space around me, especially in a bedroom.