The trademark says it all. The Tiny Project by Alex Lisefski is a great way to live smart in a small space. Together with his lovely girlfriend Anjali and their adorable shib inu, Anya, Alex has given the old trailer idea a modern flair.
Alex is a web designer by profession and like most creative individuals, he derives inspiration from nature. This tiny house he first created has provided a sanctuary from the stresses of corporate life. Built with natural wood and tall windows for natural lighting, plus the idea of having everything within reach, this home is definitely peachy.
Aside from its physical mobility and off-beat design, a tiny house is also a clever way to minimize cost and maximize comfort and living. Like the old-fashioned trailer, you do not need any land permits and a lot of documents to own one. You’ll also be trained to live smart and exercise your organizational skills because obviously, you cannot stuff a lot of hoarded items inside a little shack.
“The main aspect of the Tiny Project is to build a tiny house. Inhabiting such a small space will force me to live in a simpler, more organized and efficient way. Without room to hoard things and hide away from the world, I’ll be forced to spend more time outdoors, in nature and engaging with my community. This will foster better health and healthy relationships. With no more rent to pay, I’ll save money, allowing for a less hectic work life and more time and funds for health, leisure and travel. I won’t be able to keep closets full of clothes or store 5 year old trinkets in a house so small. But I also couldn’t possibly spend $100/month to heat the place, like I have when renting apartments in the past. Tiny house living has its trade-offs, but one thing is certain: While living in a such a small house, my space, and in turn each area of my life, will be simpler, less chaotic, and free from all but what is essential. That sounds really great to me!” – Alex Lisefski
Alex is also giving out Tiny House floor plans for only $250, so you can also build and decorate your own little haven of rest and relaxation.