Gainesville, Florida – “Tiny Victorian” Overview
This past Saturday, #TinyHouseNation traveled to Gainesville, Florida to create a “Tiny Victorian” home for business owners Danny and Lonie.
The business owners opted to go “tiny” so they could enjoy financial freedom and also spend more time on each other instead of being bogged down with maintenance.
Danny and Louie aren’t newcomers to downsizing, previously they downsized from a 3,000 sq. ft. home to a 1,000 sq. ft. rental. But transitioning from a 1,000 sq. ft. rental to a 600 sq. ft. tiny home proved challenging for the couple.
To help them with the transition, John challenged them to throw out a bulk of their wardrobe and shoes. Danny and Lonie each gave up 9 pairs of shoes each and several articles of clothing so they would be able to have room to fit their remaining wardrobe in their 5 ft. closet space.
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Our favorite part of the Tiny Victorian? The functional outdoor brunch area complete with a seating area and fold out table to hold drinks and food!
Watch the full Tiny Victorian #TinyHouseNation episode and view the photos below to see how John and Zack created a charming, delightful Victorian inspired home for the stylish duo.