Month: June 2013

Transforming an Old Garage Into a Tiny House (Part 2)

By Scott Sidler | June 17, 2013

Last week I showed you how we started transforming an old garage into a tiny guest house. This week I’ll tell you about some more of the details of getting this tiny house ready for visitors. This week’s post is […]

Transforming an Old Garage Into a Tiny House (Part 1)

By Scott Sidler | June 10, 2013

Tiny houses have recently become a huge grassroots movement focused on scaling back our cluttered lives and living more simply. Quality over quantity is the theme of the movement, and I’m a big proponent of that. Over the next few […]

8 Ways To Improve Efficiency without Losing Authenticity

By Guest | June 6, 2013

A Guest Post by Frank Newhouse: Frank is a freelance writer and green technology enthusiast who loves to write about ways that homeowners can save money and reduce their environmental impact. He currently writes for Air Conditioning Florida, a company […]

American Foursquare Style

By Scott Sidler | June 3, 2013

The American Foursquare, sometimes called the “Prairie Box” was a hugely popular architectural style in almost every part of the country. It is one of the consumate American house styles. Though not technically an architectural style on its own (it’s […]