08/23 New Frontier’s Tiny Homes Can Be Delivered Right to Your Doorstep

David Latimer in his New Frontier tiny home

David Latimer in his New Frontier tiny home

Tiny house living is much more than downsizing for the sake of simplicity. David Latimer, the founder and CEO of New Frontier Tiny Homes, got involved in this niche market as a way of encouraging people to live with intention. From economic responsibility to curating a home full of belongings that bring you true happiness, the reasons to invest in a petite pad are endless. His Nashville-based company designs micro-living spaces with heart, pairing fine craftsmanship and compact space. New Frontier’s original design, the Alpha Tiny Home, is on the market for $95,000 and can be delivered to your front door (if you live in the continental U.S., that is). The cozy abode boasts luxury amenities that make it an excellent full-time home, remote getaway, guesthouse, or holiday rental. Discover what living tiny is like from a true expert.

Architectural Digest: What are the main goals of the New Frontier?

David Latimer: To provide people with a rich life regardless of income; one of experience, one in which the most important things in a person’s life can become part of daily living instead of being relegated to nights, weekends, and holidays. We design the most beautiful, impeccably constructed tiny homes that make great design and meticulous craftsmanship attainable to a wide range of people.

AD: What are the benefits of owning a tiny home?

DL: The constraint of living in a tiny house is liberating, not limiting. It can allow you to reduce your carbon footprint, simplify your life, greatly decrease expenses for utilities, cleaning, and maintenance, and offer great design. They are also a readily available solution for the affordable housing crises in cities throughout the country.

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Elaine Walker