‘Tiny’ house makes a small house sound small by adding its own ‘drum’ to the bass

‘Tiny’ house makes a small house sound small by adding its own ‘drum’ to the bass

In his book Tiny Houses, Peter V. Diamandis shows how tiny houses make a small home sound smaller.

Tiny houses can make a lot of noise, but Diamanis writes that they also make their owners feel a sense of security, by adding an “antenna” to their bass.

In this video, the makers of the Fiddle House, an eight-person “tiny house” set up in a wooded area of the US state of North Carolina, share their tips for using the Fiddler House as a small living space.

The Fiddler house is an eight person ‘tiny house’ set up to get away from it’s neighbors.

In case you missed it, check out the video here.

The makers of Fiddle house also show off their other designs, including a tiny living room, and a smaller “drum room” for small children.

In addition to the Fiddles, Diamands book also includes a “small” model of the ‘fiddle house’ and a more traditional model.