Dream Big, Live Small: Man falls in love with tiny home he moved into as an experiment

Nathaniel Graf moved into his tiny, eco-friendly house in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania initially as an experiment -- but he loved it so much, he decided to stay.

Graf, who works in the office of sustainability at Swarthmore College, says living a tiny house comes with a bunch of opportunities to reduce his carbon footprint and help protect the environment. The A-frame ceilings and spacious layout also gives Graf a sense of space despite the home being tiny in size.

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Despite the home's size, Graf says he couldn't see himself living anywhere else.

Find out more about Graf's green living in the video above.

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