Thursday, October 23, 2008

And I Thought I Had A Small Closet!

What's the smallest space that you could imagine living in year-round?

Well, a fella by the name of Jay Shafer lives in a 100 square foot home that he designed and built himself. And what's more...he's designed a whole line of homes that are teeny-tiny.

These Tumbleweed Houses are becoming increasingly popular. They're affordable, they're energy efficient, and they are really well-crafted.

Check out the size of his closet:





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Jennifer Skinner

16 comments:

Lisa M. McLellan said...

I love it. The first thing I thought of was how perfect it would be for a college student. What a closet for such a tiny house.
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Darryl Pace said...

Wow. There are many things that I wonder about when thinking about how that guy manages in that extremely small house. But, keeping with the small closet theme, the closet surely is small, and he must spend almost nothing on clothing.

Darryl Pace

S Chambers said...

Wow, that was one small place, with a correspondingly small closet.

Slap some solar panels on that puppy and it's entirely self contained.

Steve
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Romance Coach, Online Dating Coach said...

OMG, I think I'm going to CRY

not to mention WAY too limiting in terms of sexual positions

well, I AM a size queen!

and now I've it online to the world....

:D

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Angela said...

Oh my...I'm all about simpifying...however i just drew my line. You'd really get to know your partner intimately quickly. What an idea!

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RobFromGa said...

Smaller than a cruise ship cabin, I am always amazed at how well they use the space in those…
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JohnWShoemaker said...

Shades of Mr. Rodgers!

Small works here. Maybe as a camping/get away. I couldn't live in one...to much stress from the small spaces and feeling confined. And if there was another person...???

There are mobile homes called park models that are right under 400 sf...same idea...but more livable.


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Craig Ernst said...

The funny thing is that I find it very appealing as a "Batcave" type of office. But to actually live in that small of a space? I think it would feel more like a decked out prison cell than a home. :-)

(Um... not that I would, you know, know what that was really like.)

Craig

Lena Milukh said...

It may work for some people,probably singles.
I probably wouldn't be able to live in such a house.
I would feel like Gouliver in Liliput Land
But it's nice to be informed of such unusual things.
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Matthew Shields said...

Hi , Jenn
I had to laugh…the table can fit 4 people around it but it would need to be out in the yard for every one to fit….
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DIYlawyer said...

Add the solar panels and the dish and if my wife ever leaves me you got my new address.

(I just built a chicken coop that is bigger)

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Scott Bel said...

Pretty crazy, but efficient

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David J Parnell said...

Hah, this is hilarious....


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Kevin Hogan said...

ha, i always say i like to be in small places...
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Mary said...

Too funny! I've been trying to talk my husband into one of these homes for our mountain property!

davidpower said...

My God and i thought space was short over here!

David Power