CustomMade, a web-based company, connects artisans with customers looking for unique, hand-crafted furniture, jewelry and other items. I spent some time clicking through project requests and "maker" profiles, but the real draw for me is the company-sponsored blog. Well-written articles with great graphics cover many of the topics we've been pondering as we build our tiny house—from rainwater collection to up-cycling and chicken raising to renewable energy. I've bookmarked the Made site for regular reading.
Here's one example: an article by Ken Gagnon that offers insight on why one would live in a yurt, along with how-to details that have broader application.