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Not-So-Lonely Wanderer is a charming 202 sq. ft. tiny house

treehugger

Featuring a tall living room and a big kitchen, this tiny dwelling from Canada packs a big personality.

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ELECTRICAL AWESOMENESS: 5 things to include in your plan!

Teacup Tiny Homes

5 things to make sure you have in your electrical plan to make life super fun and functional….. (because you can’t spell function without FUN!)

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Painting Your Tiny Home

Teacup Tiny Homes

Here are a few tips that will help with painting your tiny home to make it feel super open and a few other design fundamentals that will allow you to achieve the look you want in your tiny home.

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DIY Tiny Home vs. Hiring A BUILDER

Teacup Tiny Homes

While there are a lot of pros and cons for both options and it is different from person to person depending on your goals

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Tiny Home Space: How To Use It Effectively

Teacup Tiny Homes

This week we are all about the three-dimensional space in your tiny home and how to most effectively use it and use it to your advantage!

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24' "Not So Lonely Wanderer" Tiny House by Teacup Tiny Homes

Dream Big Live Tiny Co.

This 202-sqft tiny home features a very-aesthetically pleasing exterior, with a nice cohesive collection of three different kinds of siding that provide a nice backdrop for the outdoor living area.

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Going Small Reaps Big Rewards

Quirk Magazine

Jennifer McCarthy is taking Lethbridge by storm. As the owner and operator of Teacup Tiny Homes, McCarthy has set tongues blazing with a simple concept: big things come in small packages.

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"Tiny Home" trend takes off in Lethbridge

Lethbridge News Now

Lethbridge's Teacup Tiny Homes opened for business in the Fall of 2016, and with its first fully functional residence completed just a few weeks ago, owner Jennifer McCarthy already has orders for at least two more.

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The future of home building is about to get…TINY!

Exteriors by Leroy & Darcy Ltd.

We all know it – the cost of buying and owning a house is expensive – even somewhat out-of-reach for people looking to enter the housing market. And as the cost of living continues to soar, many people are opting out of buying a home altogether.

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