EUGENE, Ore. — Tiny houses are huge right now.

Cities such as Eugene and Portland are promoting infill development to make best use of limited buildable land, making little cottages and “accessory dwelling units” an attractive choice for people who want to downsize their own lives or add extra living spaces.

Eugene builder Keith Schneider is on the cutting edge of this trend. The owner of Bohemian Cottages has built about 30 little abodes with custom floor plans designed to let clients live the lives they want in just a few hundred square feet, The Register Guard reported.

At the Jan. 22-24 Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show, Schneider also will unveil the results of his biggest and tiniest challenge yet: to turn a 24-foot 1972 Airstream Argosy travel trailer into a stylish, functional, semi-permanent living space of only 160 square feet.

To read the full story by The Register Guard, click here

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