I love sharing insightful interviews of everyday people who are living in or building tiny homes in different and unique ways. Tina Quintana is a teacher who has maximized the potential of her tiny abode as a studio space, a guest room, a full-time tiny home, and even a virtual classroom. We dive into why she opted to build out a shell and how it works for her. Tina offers valuable information and encouragement for those who lack building experience but still want to be involved in their tiny home build.
Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/252
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Origins of the name DogStarBuilding out the custom shellA great place for crafting and teachingWorking toward legalizationMaintaining a wood-clad tiny homeSupport the showListen. Subscribe. Rate. Review.
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