A Dahlia Farmer’s Tiny Home Comes Into Bloom in Northern California

In a field of flowers in Sonoma County, Tru Form Tiny plants a 364-square-foot house that’s packed with storage, style, and charm.
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When Kate Rowe commissioned Jen and Jon Carroll and Malia Schultheis, the owners of Tru Form Tiny, to design a custom home for her dahlia farm in Sonoma County, California, she was planning her freedom. "When I asked Tru Form Tiny to build this home, I couldn’t afford to buy a traditional house, and I didn’t want to move into an apartment," Rowe says. "I value being independent, and I’m not interested in sharing walls or having roommates—a tiny house was the perfect solution."

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