“I’m a Maximist” Tiny Houses Aren’t Just for Minimalists

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Part of the (tiny) Home Tour of America, a Expedition and collaboration. FULL Tour coming next Friday, 9/7!
✨Meet Andy. He is a self-described “maximist”. He lives in a tiny house that is full of all his favorite things and hobbies; everything is just carefully displayed or stored– kinda of like a nesting doll system. For Andy, is an opportunity to create more flexibility in his life, from early retirement to more travel. It’s all about the freedom of choice. His advice: soul search & do you!

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9 Comments

  1. Ah, the little entree plates at the end. I wonder what they had for the main course? Oh, and of course, it sounded like he had a good life going there. Well done to him.

  2. LOVE IT !!!!! One of the most livable and usable tiny homes I have seen! It actually has a bigger kitchen area than my walk through kitchen in my 850sq ft home and I dont even have a dishwasher.

  3. But how do you buy a nice one without going into debt? You could buy a 800 to 1k sq.ft. house for the same price as these tiny homes. I love the tiny homes but can’t see how that makes sense. Moving them is a plus but its not really easy to find places to put them so you usually end up stationary, so why not just buy a home for the same price at the point?

    • Unfortunately it’s very difficult to find affordable small, especially in Charleston where Andy lives. There the price for that size house is 2-3.5x a tiny house. And in many towns, it’s hard to find small houses at all.

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