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Where would i put my figurine collection? Nah, no thanks.


In a smaller space.
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I'd like a few of those as spare homes or something you could travel with even or maybe loan them out to friends.
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Personally, if I can't have a house with a bathroom this size:





Then something is wrong with me
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No I wouldn't have room to fit all my stuff
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That is pretty big for a bathroom. I wonder how big the house is.
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PokemonBecky wrote:

No I wouldn't have room to fit all my stuff


Same here. Plus I want more space to add more stuff.
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Sure thing. Not much different from living in camper or trailer, and can be very, very nice. I've seen a miniature Victorian-style home. It's gorgeous. I collect magazines of houses, mostly of small ones. I'd want a nice plot of land that would dwarf the home.
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aeb0717 wrote:

Sure thing. Not much different from living in camper or trailer, and can be very, very nice. I've seen a miniature Victorian-style home. It's gorgeous. I collect magazines of houses, mostly of small ones. I'd want a nice plot of land that would dwarf the home.


Uhm..
Do you have a link or picture? I was actually looking to build a mini home and use the gothic/ victorian style.
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flipmane wrote:

Uhm..
Do you have a link or picture? I was actually looking to build a mini home and use the gothic/ victorian style.


Unfortunately, no, not to the house in question. I lost the link when airport scanners fried my previous laptop last April. I do have a link to a site that may help, though.

http://www.voyance-aline.me/tag/small-victorian-house-plans/
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A house that small seems unacceptable to me, but I don't have much experience with minimalism. I think it at least needs space for a cat to run and play indoors. That place seems too small to even fit any shelves and I really don't know what anyone's doing with their lives if they haven't collected a few hundred instructional books.
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Been there, done that. Would rather not relive those days unless forced. Homes that size are all well and good but you'd hate it before long.
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I'm 6'2". Honestly, I don't feel that tall, but when I am in places with low or slanted ceilings, I have to duck a lot. I have a bad back to begin with so no tiny houses for me.

I feel that the world is built for 5'8" people and doesn't really accommodate for people much shorter/taller.
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relt95 wrote:

I'm 6'2". Honestly, I don't feel that tall, but when I am in places with low or slanted ceilings, I have to duck a lot. I have a bad back to begin with so no tiny houses for me.

I feel that the world is built for 5'8" people and doesn't really accommodate for people much shorter/taller.


You can always get the house custom made to fit your height.
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I'd probably go with something slightly larger than that. I would build it myself on a slab with the plumbing set deeper than usual to accommodate potential expansion.
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GreatLordBalzak wrote:

I'd probably go with something slightly larger than that. I would build it myself on a slab with the plumbing set deeper than usual to accommodate potential expansion.


They have some that are slightly larger than that. That house in the picture is probably 200-400 square feet. Something along those lines. I'm sure you can get a house for 500-900 square footage or maybe a tad bit more.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


GreatLordBalzak wrote:

I'd probably go with something slightly larger than that. I would build it myself on a slab with the plumbing set deeper than usual to accommodate potential expansion.


They have some that are slightly larger than that. That house in the picture is probably 200-400 square feet. Something along those lines. I'm sure you can get a house for 500-900 square footage or maybe a tad bit more.


Oh I know they have quite the variety. I've looked into them to kind of inspire what kind of layout I would aim for and where I could leave room for easy expansion. A full size home (especially on a slab) is expensive so I've always thought about starting small and working from there.
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Only if living in the TARDIS--tiny outside, plenty huge inside!

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