Artful Low-Impact Living in an Amazing Tiny House!

In this weeks episode we are excited to invite you into this beautiful tiny home created by two inspired New York artists. Packed full of character, design flare and wonderfully unique features, this home is definitely one you’ll want to check out!

Beyond the art of the homes construction, this DIY home reflects Tim and Erica’s desire to live a simpler, lower impact lifestyle and is part of their overall desire to live in a more sustainable way.

We hope you enjoy the full video tour of this ultra fun and artistic tiny house!

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Videography: Colby Thompson
Editting: Colby Thompson & Rasa Pescud

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13 Replies to “Artful Low-Impact Living in an Amazing Tiny House!”

  1. We hope you're all having a fantastic week! We are really excited to share this weeks story with you. Tim and Erica are such a cool couple and we absolutely love the home they have created for themselves. We hope you enjoy the video! With love, Bryce, Rasa & Colby

  2. I love the colours on the shingles, it is an artful statement. We find it inside as well through the backsplash and the bold wallpaper. What a beautiful house!

  3. Lovely, and inspiring! I wanted to see more of the interesting, small, wooden structure on the property.

  4. Ho Bryce, I really hope we'll have the chance to show you our place once we're done. I just love the way you travel the world and promote small living! We're big fans 😍😍😍😍😍

  5. I think this is my favorite one so far, and I've been watching for years now! That kitchen!

  6. Love how homey it is on top of being a great design and artistic but not overdone. Kudos to you. Best wishes.

  7. Good forethought for building with the future in mind. The future addition looked good.

  8. I love the laundry chute, that idea is impressive πŸ‘πŸ‘

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