Tiny House Magazine

My good friend Kent over at Tiny House Blog has been working on a neat project for a while now: Tiny House Magazine.  I’ve heard rave reviews about it and everything I’ve seen has been really amazing looking.  Each month Kent puts out an electronic magazine that covers some really awesome tiny houses and other neat topics.

Each Issue is $2.99 and if you use this link you also support The Tiny Life

 

Here is a few shots from this month’s edition:

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Each Issue is $2.99 and if you use this link you also support The Tiny Life

 

 

15 Comments
  1. Couldn’t agree more. We saved up and bought our first house in our twenties. It was an utter mess!!! Two remodels and three houses later we’re finally getting the hang of it. We intend to build one more time, it’s so rewarding, so challenging, the stuff like is made of! Good luck you guys.

  2. and mistakes…also the stuff LIFE is made of : )

  3. Where can I subscribe and receive this magazine?

  4. I want to cancel my subscription. Send Owl automatically renewed my subscription and charged my credit card!

  5. how do you subscribe to magazine

  6. how do you subscribe to the magazine

  7. Is this magazine a download or actually a magazine mailed

  8. Thinking about tiny house living

  9. How does one suscribe to the magazine?

  10. Does any of these subscriptions come as an actual magazine to look at/ read ?

    • I have the same question as some of you. Can I get an actual hard copy magazine or is it only available electronically (email)?

  11. How do I get your magazine

  12. i purchased your magazine for a friend. everything is coming to me. how do i send the magazine to her email address?

  13. Is your magazine open to freelance writers? If so what are the submission guidelines? Would like to pitch a piece if you are interested.

    All the best,
    Declan O’Keefe.

  14. I am interested in finding a set of plans for a set of stairs that I have seen on some of the shows that I have viewed on TV. They are a series of six or seven boxes that act as steps but they are each an individual section that opens up at the top to form storage. You pull the first one out at the bottom and each successive box above pulls out one at a time to form a set of steps. Can anyone help me to find these plans?

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