I am fascinated by tiny homes. Nonetheless I think the majority of people who live/sell them are disingenuous or delusional . I watched a video of one that was parked in a friends yard. How realistic is that for the average person? The only tiny house I have seen with a bathroom had a "generous 26 inch shower".
Everyone selling tiny houses talk about simplifying and only have a few items of clothing. All good if you have time to do laundry every other day, But with a tiny house you have to go to the laundry which everyone has time to do three times a week. Where do they keep their snow boarding clothes? Snowboard or skies? What if they want to entertain during the winter? Where is the storage unit? Where is their family that they don't need more than two chairs in the house?
I think I actually need to see someone living in one to be convinced.
Now sometime back there were houses called "I houses" or was it "Eye" houses. They were conventional homes of about 450 square feet, I think that makes more sense. I am simplifying, but lets be honest, how many can successfully let go of 95% of their belongings? That could be a challenge, but I would have to let go of my techie husband and a dog. Not going to happen.