Would you live in a Tiny House?

June 4, 2016

Hey bloggers! Inquisitive Writer here! I haven’t written a post in a while now, and this post will be a tiny house review! As you may know, I have said that I will be showing my custom lego reviews. In case you didn’t know… I am a lego custom builder. I take whatever legos I have, and make something out of my imagination. A few months ago, I built a lego tiny house, and it was pretty fun.

History fact:

In the 20th century, houses were advancing in the US (and other parts of the world). Starting in the 1980s, the US  starting making houses bigger and bigger, with extra living rooms and garden rooms, and starting to create bigger and better houses. What happened after so many mansions being built, the houses were creating more “waste” as in wasting energy and space. And a couple years ago, people thought well I don’t need that much space anyways, and I’m wasting a lot of energy and space, so I should invent this thing called a tiny house… and here we are today with tiny houses getting way more popular, and someday they’ll take over the nation (not really, but that would be cool) and I also watch “Tiny House, Big Living on HGTV, such a great show)


   The story starts with four good friends, two who live together in a stinky, cheap, and dirty apartment. The other two friends think it would be a good idea to build a tiny house for them (not by themselves because they’re very lazy) for their two lovely friends. When the two unsuspecting girls get the surprise, they all go on a fantastic road trip. And here it is . . .

This is the front side of the tiny house.


This is the other side. As you can see, there is a car pulling the house.
This is the entire tiny house, roof uncovered.


As you enter through the glass door, you have a small couch, a kitchen, and some windows. Here is one friend giving her freshly-baked cookies to the other.


As you move on over to the left, there is a tiny bathroom, with one girl testing out the shower.
Moving more to the left, there is a bedroom with a king bed. There is also some post-it notes on the wall and a lamp.
And on the opposite side of this glorious home, is a mini terrace. With wooden stands and a crossed-fence, this is sure to be a cozy place to sit back and relax.



And one last photo of the girls together on their road trip:



The Daily Post / Childhood

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  1. This looks like such fun! My kids and I enjoyed playing with a dollhouse for years, and I guess they passed it down to me. One day I will take out my tiny house (I still have my Petite Princess furniture) and set it up, with or without grandchildren!

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