For some. Welcome to the future?
"It's 19 feet long wall to wall,” Smith said. “The interior square-footage is about 125 square feet.”
The interior layout consists of a sitting area, kitchen and bathroom. A vaulted ceiling makes room for a sleeping loft that can accommodate a queen-size mattress.
Their design incorporates several sustainable elements, including: reclaimed windows, beetle-kill lumber, solar power and a composting toilet.
"It’s just a five-gallon bucket that you put peat moss and sawdust in,” Smith said. “You'd be surprised how well it works and how much it doesn't smell.”
Yes, I think I'd be greatly surprised.
The piece goes on to detail that the tiny house movement is growing.
Might be a good time to go into the five-gallon bucket manufacturing sector.