We were honored to be selected to design the Neolith Tiny House last year. On November 16, 2016, we attended the official launch party at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) and it was a blast. The Neolith Tiny house will now embark on a journey traveling to various conventions throughout the United States. Have fun, miss us, travel safely and come back soon Tiny House.
Ask yourself to really think about the percentage of your home that you actually use and then think about all of the things that you wished you had to use. In many cases the ideal scenario can be achieved more cost effectively than if they had not made the transition at all. We are firm believers that you can have it all, just in moderation. This is the approach we took with our client Stone Center and Neolith.
Tiny house living is about living responsibly, but without compromising. Small places, or tiny homes, can have big design and all of the solutions that come with design thinking including beautiful living spaces, luxury, advanced organization and functionality. Smaller spaces make sense to a variety of demographics due to the time and expense saving nature of having a small space. It’s smaller and doesn’t require as much time to clean and maintain. It can save big bucks because it’s less to furnish due to good design within a small space use of integrated living.