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You can eat tiny IHOP food in an IHOP tiny house for free, but only if you manage to score a reservation
IHOP is partnering with A&E's "Tiny House Nation" to build the world's tiniest IHOP restaurant, serving free tiny IHOP meals for a limited time.
An architect who built his dream tiny home in Colorado shares 30 photos that go behind the scenes of designing a tiny house
Creating a customized tiny house is a big task. From sketches to real-life infrastructure, here's how an architect builds and designs tiny houses.
From cramped lofts that are hard to access to small appliances, this is what it's really like to live in a tiny house.
A mother lives in a 270-square-foot tiny house with her 2 children and 2 dogs. Here’s what it’s like inside.
Amanda Burger's home in Florida has two bedrooms and a playroom.
I spent 3 days living in a 350-square-foot house in a community of tiny homes — see what it was like
Orlando Lakefront is home to 34 tiny houses, and though the community may look a little different, it's a tight-knit neighborhood like any other.
Residents of Orlando Lakefront, a tiny home community, reveal the creative ways they store their belongings, from outdoor closets to Murphy beds.
On average, people living in the Orlando Lakefront tiny-house community spend between $600 and $1,000 per month on expenses.
Amazon sells a $37,000 tiny home that expands with the click of a remote — here’s what it looks like inside
You can buy a small house that expands with the click of a remote control for about $37,000 on Amazon.
6 people reveal what they wish they’d known before moving into a tiny house, from how much money they’d actually save to the downsides of ...
Tiny house living involves a minimalist lifestyle — and key changes. Tiny house dwellers share the benefits and challenges they wish they knew first.
6 people on how living in a tiny house has changed their finances, from going debt-free to saving six figures
Six people who live in tiny houses were able to significantly reduce their housing costs, double their savings, and take on new opportunities.