US tiny home trend is here to stay

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US tiny home trend is here to stay

When it comes to homes, many owners believe bigger is better. More room, more luxury, even more prestige. But now … tiny homes (often 20 square meters of living space or less) can say they’ve been able to sustain big popularity.

A ‘mini convention’ was held in the U.S. and it included 27 structures built by 21 professional builders; many of the structures were on wheels. Every nook and cranny is utilized in the tiny home industry, with tiny homes there’s more financial freedom and less debt say many. There is also said to be more control of home design with the benefit of leaving a smaller environmental footprint. CCTV’s Hendrik Sybrandy filed this report from Denver in the U.S. state of Colorado.

US tiny home trend is here to stay

US tiny home trend is here to stay

When it comes to homes, many owners believe bigger is better. More room, more luxury, even more prestige. But now tiny homes can say they've been able to sustain big popularity. CCTV's Hendrik Sybrandy filed this report from Denver in the U.S. state of Colorado.