Tiny Home Family

Family time: Karl cooks in the kitchen while Archer and Ella play music in the living room

A Florida family who decided to downsize after the financial crash have proved a little space can go a long way – even when raising two young children.

When Hari and Karl Berzins lost their home and restaurant business in 2008 they vowed never to use credit again – even when building their new house.

The couple used their limited savings to buy a plot of land in Virginia in 2011, and have built an adorable 168 sq. ft. home to share with their children Archer and Ella, and a large dog.

Self-sufficient: As well as having no mortgage, the family grow as much of their own food as possible

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2545719/Home-sweet-tiny-home-Meet-family-four-living-168sq-ft-house-economic-downturn-downsize.html#ixzz2rmGSiJy0