Living the Tiny Home Life: An Interview With Tammy Strobel
When tiny homes enthusiast Tammy Strobel decided she needed a life makeover, she wasn’t immediately drawn to small home living. But through the journey of simplifying her life to a mortgage-free existence, she discovered the big happiness that tiny house living can provide.
Most of the tiny houses from Tumbleweed and Portland Alternative Dwellings (PAD) are built on trailers in order to stay clear of building codes that apply to permanent homes. That means no connection to the sewer system so you’ll gain an entirely new understanding of waste management.
Photo by Tammy Strobel, www.Flickr.com/photos/rowdykittens
With the correct furniture (and storage) choices, and a clutter-free mantra, the interior of a tiny home can feel surprisingly spacious.
Photo by Tammy Strobel
Space-saving furniture, such as seating that can be converted into a bed or doubles as storage space, is necessary to maximize functional living space in a tiny home.