Tiny Houses: The Home Hour Podcast Interview

KIRSTEN DUNLAP and GRAHAM SMITH, best friends of 20 years and co-hosts of The Home Hour podcast, are passionate about helping moms create welcoming homes and gracious living spaces.


Today on the Home Hour, we’re celebrating the little things. And by little, we mean TINY!

We’re learning about living the good life in small spaces with Joshua and Shelley Engberg from Tiny House Basics! Join Kirsten and Graham as we hear all about the Engberg’s journey to a tiny house and how trading square footage for acreage may have been one of the best decisions they’ve ever made.

We discuss how they organize, entertain friends at home, and live daily life as a married couple with two pet dogs… all in under 400 square feet. We also get into the economics of drastically downsizing and learn how much they’re saving by making a tiny house into a home!

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The Home Hour Podcast

Join hosts Graham Smith and Kirsten Dunlap, two moms on a mission to help others create elegant, livable, welcoming homes. Real moms, real families, real budgets, real homes. Join them as they interview experts, tackle specific challenges, and share their homemaking fails and successes.

Original Post can be see here: The Home Hour


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4 Comments on “Tiny Houses: The Home Hour Podcast Interview”

  1. Pingback: The Home Hour Podcast Interview | My Tiny House Blog

    1. Joshua Engberg

      It depends on materials used and whether you are building yourself, having a shell built or having a builder build the whole house

  2. Traci Glidden

    For your home, how do your amenities work? composting toilet? do you haul your water in? or is it plumbed in underground or from a well? where does your power come from? where does your gray water drain, into a drain field or into a tank that gets pumped? do you use propane or another form of gas? how is your home heated? and any other comforts you use.. Thank you 🙂

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