For this young family, life in a tiny house is largely centred around a desire to live with a lighter footprint and do something good for the environment.
Going zero waste and cutting out single use plastics has been helped by living in a tiny house, where the small home makes the family more aware of their consumption. Mark, a Vegan chef has also leveraged debt free living in a tiny house to start his own plant based pop-up restaurant.
The couple have cleverly built a covered deck on the sunny side of the home allowing them outdoor living area. The deck was constructed using old tomato stakes and has been designed so that it can be packed up and moved with the home at a later date.Inside the home is wonderfully open and light.
There is a lounge area with day-bed, a fully featured kitchen, washing machine, bathroom, sleeping loft and down the far end of the home even a nursery for their new-born baby.The kitchen, like everything in the home follows principles of zero waste which means there are no single-use plastics to be found. Debt-free tiny house living has also allowed the couple to explore business ventures including a pop-up plant based restaurant./Living Big In A Tiny House