There is a movement in the United States known as the tiny house movement. Many people have built tiny houses out of spaces that average around 1,000 square feet. The movement toward smaller houses began when Sarah Susanka published "The Not So Big House" in 1997. Tiny houses are known for coming in all shapes, forms, and sizes. These homes emphasize small, compact spaces with an intent focus on simplified living. There are some interesting statistics on the demographics of the people who are a part of this movement. 55% of tiny house owners have more savings than the average American. 78% of tiny house people own their home. What people create in these spaces is amazing. Watch the video to see how this man transforms his tiny space.