This Family Downsized Their Home To Upsize Their Life

In this weeks episode we meet a young family who chose to sell their conventional home in the , move to the country and a tiny house, their home, but upsizing their quality of life!

Selling a conventional home and going tiny has allowed this couple to become debt and mortgage free, which has had some dramatic effects on their . For Deb and Peter this decision was all about being able to be there for their family and focus on the things in life which are truly important.

We hope you enjoy meeting this wonderful family and visiting their beautiful tiny house.

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Presented and Produced by:
Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston
Editing: Rasa Pescud

‘Living Big in a Tiny House’ © 2021 Zyia Pictures Ltd

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  1. It’s so exciting for us to be back with our very first tiny house tour of 2021! We absolutely loved meeting Deb and Pete and visiting their beautiful tiny home. This is a family who really understands what’s important in life and whose tiny house has helped them to be there for their family when needed, and also helped them to weather some storms of their own! We hope you enjoy the tour! With Love, Bryce & Rasa

  2. Lovely home. I like the idea of the bedrooms linked to make them larger. But of course having that door is a great idea for privacy for the parents. I wouldn’t go with a larger home down the track though. I’d just extend on this tiny and build another side to make it into an L shaped home. That way the parents can have their room separate from the kids as they grow up. And the kids can have the 2 rooms that are connected now up in the loft. That would also give the parents more room height in the bedroom and even more privacy. Also it would cost less than building a whole new home. Just expand.

  3. don’t put closets in the bathroom, i have some tiny towels and they stink from the humidity…no matter how much you ventilate the place…

  4. Love the house. After watching quite a few of these houses, I would love to see how these house have to change as the children become teenagers and require their own space.

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