Tiny Houses: Designing Shed-Sized Homes

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 Shafer's 8x12' Front Gable model

Shafer's 8x12' Front Gable home has a cathedral ceiling, a cast-iron heat stove and a loft that sleeps two. It also has built-in wheels for towing. Tumbleweed Tiny House Company hide caption

itoggle caption Tumbleweed Tiny House Company

Jay Shafer, of the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, talks about the movement to build small homes. Shafer builds — and lives in — houses as small as 70 square feet. He's encouraging others to live that way.



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