Do you struggle to explain the allure of a tiny house to your friends and family? Or maybe they like the cute pictures, but can’t understand why you’d actually want to live in one, or let one park on your property? A couple of recent interviews with Dee Williams and Joan Grimm from PAD provide…Read more
Oregon Public Broadcasting’s radio series “Think Out Loud” began a new show about how and where people choose to live across the Northwest, and the unique places that people call home. They began with tiny houses, and specifically with the home and lives of PAD’s pals Tammy and Logan, who had Dee design their tiny…Read more
This video from CNN Money visits Dee Williams’ 84-square foot home.
PBS’s Need to Know takes a look at the tiny house movement and speaks to Dee about her experience in a tiny home. From PBS: “Given the state of the current economy, a growing number of Americans with ordinary lives are choosing to scale down — way down. They call themselves the “tiny house” movement….Read more
Oregon Home Magazine takes a closer look at the Don Vardo Tiny House Design, PAD’s first set of tiny house plans. From Oregon Home: “What’s fire-engine red, has wheels and is utterly fantasy inducing? No, not a sleek Euro sports car but the Don Vardo, a 7-by-10-foot mobile structure with French doors, a tiny cedar…Read more
This short film by Mark Hoffman, presented by Nau, speaks to Dee about her move into a tiny house: “The average American house size is 2,500 square feet, but due to rising energy costs, job uncertainty and the mortgage crisis, a growing number of people are seriously downsizing—in one extreme case, to a house smaller…Read more