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5 Tiny House Lessons We Learned from Grace & Frankie

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 11, 2018 01:08 AM
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by Meryl Williams last modified Oct 10, 2018

It's a common dream to make life work in a smaller space, and the tiny house has become the holy grail. From a boutique tiny house hotel in Portland to the popular show Tiny House Hunters, there's no shortage of ways to experience that tiny life either in reality or vicariously. Still, as satisfying as it is to watch HGTV to see the look on someone's face on when they realize they can't fit their queen size mattress into a loft, it's also nice to see a fictionalized, yet maybe even more realistic, account of living in a such a small space. Enter Coyote (Ethan Embry), the ne'er-do-well son on Netflix's Grace and Frankie. Watching Coyote suffer from lack of space speaks to me, and it's what I credit with finally convincing my parents not to downgrade to the extreme. Here are some lessons to be learned from Coyote's experience in his cute-on-the-outside, disaster-on-the-inside tiny cottage. READ MORE »






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