Entrepreneurs Bring A Tiny House Lodging Experience To Chattanooga

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Live A Little Chatt., a fresh company bringing a luxury tiny house vacation experience to Chattanooga, is officially open for business at the foot of Lookout Mountain.   

Live A Little Chatt., the culmination of nearly two years of development by local entrepreneurs Brian Morris and Joe Curro, will assert Chattanooga as a true hub for the tiny house movement.  Live A Little Chatt has four tiny house lodging experiences available for nightly rental on the hip platform, AirBnB.  The lodgings range from “Shangri-Little”, the now famous tiny house that was built locally on the hit TV show “Tiny House Nation”, to a “Bedrock Cave House”, hand-carved to emulate the natural terrain by local sculptor and artist, Rick Gattone. 

“We couldn’t be more excited to launch Live A Little Chatt and host our first tiny house guests this Friday,” said Mr. Curro.  “Two years ago, Brian and I decided to find a way to share the tiny house experience with the world, to bridge the gap between tiny house dreaming and tiny house reality.  We are finally ready to do just that.”   

Mr. Morris said, “Making the decision to live tiny has forever changed the direction of my life.  My tiny lifestyle allows me to live more deliberately, to travel, and to pursue my passions.” 

To learn more about Live A Little Chatt contact Mr. Curro or Mr. Morris at 708 – 4316 or email, livealittlechatt@gmail.com, or visit www.livealittlechatt.com.  

See a photo gallery of the tiny homes here.


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