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Kidding. Absolutely. As long as it's built on a trailer, measures exactly 7.2m x 2.4m and is all white inside.
Kidding again. We don't really care how big or small your space is. We have chosen products that fit (physically) within the confines of a Tiny House - making the best use of space available, as well as fitting the ethos of 'beautiful, insanely useful and made to last'.
So you can live in a Tiny House built on a trailer (or skids, or foundations etc), or a house bus, a yurt, an apartment, a shed, a granny flat, a converted garage/basement, or even an, ahem, "normal" house.
These products can also make fab (tiny)housewarming gifts, or added to gift registries. It saves the awkward "oh, thanks so much for that snot green decorative vase set... unfortunately we didn't have space for it, so it's in a box at my parents house" conversations. Just get them what they need, damnit. You have my permission to ask them what they actually want.
Gosh, you've really done your research, haven't you?
You're right. I haven’t built one YET. It will happen though (soooon). I currently live in a small (by today's standards) 90 sqm house. But I could easily halve it, and still be comfortable (with a husband and 2 medium-large dogs). And while I would love to go proper TH on wheels (+ adjoining dog pod), the other half still needs convincing. Though he is now pretty keen on the modular UK based HiveHaus model (which would work out around 30 sqm). Progress.
We have visited a few tiny houses, and really got a sense of how things need to work, and the dimensions there are to work with. Plus I am obsessed with watching shows and documentaries about the movement.
Plus, a lot of the products here are similar to the “norm”, just better equipped for life in a small space.
We live in a society that applauds consumerism and excess consumption.
There’s no end game for minimalism, you can’t live with 7 things and wipe your hands of consumerism. It doesn’t work that way.
But you can make better choices. You can carefully select and curate the “things” that you do need/want, based on joy, impact and/or practicality. But minimalism is a whole other story for another day. Just know, it’s not the same for everyone, and you can still appreciate quality (and insanely useful) products, without being any less of a decent person.
We're working on trying harder each day to reduce our impact on the environment, and making conscious choices to buy better and for longer.
So we're not perfect, but we're working on it.
And there isn't a line that you cross into minimalism. You can certainly call yourself 'a minimalist' or not, but it really is a sliding scale, not a checkbox.
We source products from designers and makers in New Zealand, and overseas.
Some of the items we offer are sent straight from the maker, to help with shipping times and costs. This will be noted on the product page.
We are constantly stalking new designers and makers to feature their wares in our store, but if we haven't found you (or someone you know) yet, and you would love to join us, please reach out, right now. OK sure, go get a cuppa first. Then check out the next tab.