Living Large in Tiny Houses
A tiny house isn't a bungalow in West Park. That's a cozy house. A tiny house is usually teeny-tiny, most around 200 square feet. That definitely would save time on the commute to the fridge, but can you even imagine living in a house smaller than a hotel room? Lots of people do. The tiny house movement is getting big, in Cleveland and across the nation. We'll meet tiny home owners and hear their rationale, Thursday morning at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
In the video above, you can watch Mike take a tour of a tiny house-- specifically Tim Nevits' home in Cleveland.
The Tiny Things in Life nonprofit: on Facebook at The Tiny Things in Life, and Twitter: @tinythingsnlife
Carl Baldesare, Specialty Renovations and Small Spaces CLE
Brian Cummins, City Councilman for Ward 14
Justin Golubski, The Tiny Things in Life non-profit, American Tiny House Association Ohio Representative, Greater Cleveland Tiny House Enthusiast leader
Tim Nevits, tiny homeowner
Nicole Snyder, The Tiny Things in Life non-profit, American Tiny House Association Ohio Representative, Greater Cleveland Tiny House Enthusiast leader
Jenny Spencer, Managing Director of the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization