3. A Rather Surprising Discovery
They found what was to be their first home, previously christened “Tiffany”, on Craigslist. Much to Davidson’s credit, he was skeptical. He suspected there was a catch and thought it was a scam. As it turned out, the tiny home had been built by a man named Adam from a company called A New Beginning Tiny Homes. The young couple bought the wee 270-square-foot home on wheels for $72,000 US dollars.
4. An Old School Influence
This tiny home was named after Louis Comfort Tiffany, the well-known stained-glass artist. Its dinky distinct design is roughly based on a once-popular Craftsman-style bungalow from the 1920s. The individualistic artist’s impact is clear here, from the little light fixtures, and wall sconces to the comparably intricate woodwork and quaint colored glass windows. The morning light creates an unusual effect as it comes through the stained glass windows here.
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