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Young House Love Has A Podcast

Deep (and not-so-deep) conversations about home improvement, design, and life at home. Tune in for weekly episodes filled with casual decorating advice, DIY stories, interviews with experts, and a smattering of tips and ideas that can help you simplify, organize, and update your home. Sherry and John Petersik are the married duo who began chronicling their home improvement adventures in 2007 on the blog Young House Love, which spawned two New York Times best-selling books, as well as product lines sold by Target and Home Depot. And, well, now they have a podcast.
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Jan 29, 2018

If you’ve ever had dreams (or maybe nightmares?) of living in a tiny house, you’re not alone. Lots of people have lots of different feelings about them. So we called up a couple who have lived in an 188 square foot space for over two years, and we asked them all of your burning questions to find out the rosy (and not so rosy) parts of tiny house living. And it was FASCINATING. Plus, we’ve hit a big sentimental milestone at home, and Sherry's finally jumping on the bandwagon of a certain decorating trend.


Be sure to check out younghouselove.com/podcast-82/ for notes, links, and photos from this episode.

3 Comments
  • over a year ago
    Meredith
    So I am just like you Sherry, not super sentimental, don’t like clutter or holding on to things BUT on the doll house front... my husband just built one for our daughter (it was quite labor intensive) and I plan on keeping it forever for future grandkids (it was made for Barbies) and here’s why: my pappaw built me and my sister a dollhouse when we were kids. He used the carpet and wall paper from my childhood home. I loved it. My mom kept it and my daughters play with it every time they visit her (it was also made for Barbies). I just can’t imagine ever getting rid of it. It brings such joy to see them play with the one my grandfather built. And I don’t mean this to say that you are wrong for getting rid of your daughters house, just for me personally, this is the one thing I know I could not part with.
  • a year and a half ago
    Elaine
    Thought on that she’d at the beach house... why not make it a super cute feature? Could you make it have the roofline like the one that got denied at the duplex? If you put it in the center you could have it as a backdrop with cute lights (warm lights for John’s special eyes) draped up to the house and then have patio furniture in front of it on a patio. Embrace it is my point, I guess! Love the show!
  • a year and a half ago
    Debbie Vietmeier
    😂 my 6 year old grandson picked blue gingham check sheets... go figure
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