Derek Diedricksen of Relax Shacks and author of “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, Cozy Cottages, Ramshackle Retreats, Funky Forts” is putting on another Tiny Homes weekend extravaganza and it looks like it is going to be awesome! “Deek” as he is known in the Tiny Homes circle is a true character and leading expert in theContinue reading “Tiny House Summer Camp2 coming to VT”
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Its always good to simplify, clear clutter and get organized. This frees up time and space and often allows for a more creative living area. Nothing worse than clutter and chaos to kill the creative juices. Here is a video by Kirsten Dirksen from Fair Companies that shows a guy who cut the crap andContinue reading “Minimalism”
Tiny Homes book review by Skye is up on KorduroyTV.
Really stoked on sending some writing and content over to the crew at KorduroyTV. These guys are amazing and I’m honored to have some work chosen to publish on there. We feel pretty strongly about tiny homes living and culture. Why? Well, it just makes sense in so many ways. We really just need shelterContinue reading “Tiny Homes book review by Skye is up on KorduroyTV.”
Tiny Bike Home By Kevin Cyr.
We here at the Mocean Project are real big fans of simplistic living. Living in smaller spaces and spaces that are utilitarian in nature. Ideally portable because we’re nomads. Just came across this interesting concept on the Shelter Publications page on the god forsaken Facebook(fakebook) profiling the work of Kevin Cyr designer ofContinue reading “Tiny Bike Home By Kevin Cyr.”
Adventures to Come….in Our Own Traveling Tiny Home!
This has been a rough winter, I have to admit…the lack of surf in the ocean coupled with the lack of snow in the mountains has left us longing for a storm, or if not then some consistent sun, or even a little tease! Our bodies and our spirits are longing for adventure and challenges andContinue reading “Adventures to Come….in Our Own Traveling Tiny Home!”
Jay Nelson, surfing artist and craftsman making the most of space.
Gonna keep this theme going this week. Why? Well having a smaller living footprint often equals more freedom. Freedom to move, be outside and be doing the things you love. It might allow you to travel more and get out and experience more of life’s wonderful adventures? Jay Nelson is an amazing artist and surfing craftsman whomContinue reading “Jay Nelson, surfing artist and craftsman making the most of space.”
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