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Living in a tiny house during coronavirus lockdown

An interesting article in the Metro talks to various UK tiny home owners about how they're coping at the moment including Laura Snellgrove, whose home is pictured above, and a couple who have both lost their jobs because of the pandemic. Here's a snippet: Laura Snellgrove started building her tiny house with her partner Christian in July 2019. The pair moved into the shell of the house in November and worked at weekends to finish it. Laura tells Metro.co.uk: ‘We have lived with it in a 90% finished state for a long time, but, since being quarantined, have now been able to give it some more attention and finish off the few remaining cosmetic jobs. ‘Although, I don’t think we’ll ever really stop tweaking and adding to our space, there is so much scope to be creative and fun within a tiny house.’

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