Magenta Micro Tiny House – $2,500 in Materials

Pin-Up Houses has created a low cost mini tiny house. Their estimated cost to complete it with labor is $11,000, but materials cost only $2,500. It’s just 70 square feet but light weight and can be towed by many vehicles.  It’ has an insulated wooden structure. Inside the house features a sofa bed, stove, a spot for a chemical toilet, a small kitchenette, and storage space situated in clever built-in furniture. Oh and you can finish it in whatever color you like! Learn more about Magenta.

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Video and photo by Pin-Up Houses.

New Design – Navarro 20

We’ve got a new design available, the Navarro 20. It’s a 20-foot tiny house plan with a shed roof. Four large windows let tons of light into the house and make this design ideal for a locating in a place with a great view.

The high ceiling, big windows, and single large room would add to the open feeling in this tiny house design. At the end of the house – behind a pocket door – is a bathroom with a 32″ shower, toilet, and wall mounted sink.

Like all my tiny house plans you have the flexibility to finish the house however you like, this is just one example. Learn more about the Navarro 20 at TinyHouseDesign.com.

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Tumbleweed Tiny House Builder Bundle

I’m happy to announce a sale from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. They’ve put together a bundle deal that’s good until the end of the month.

The Builder Bundle Blitz will give you a free How-To DVD and free DIY Stair Plans when you purchase a Dream Big, Go Tiny workshop ticket. Notice that the workshop ticket has also been discounted from $399 to $279. This deal is on sale this month only and ends November 30, 2015.

Learn more about The Builder Bundle Blitz now.

Albion – 16-foot Tiny House with a Cross Gable Roof

The Albion is one of my favorite recent designs, after the Westport. I started trying to draw a tiny house with two gable dormers, but I quickly realized that the roof was so small they just wouldn’t fit. So I tried a cross gable instead, figuring it was the next best thing and should work just fine. I was surprised how well it worked – aesthetically speaking.

Two functional benefits come from a roof like this too. The first is that more light & air can make its way to the loft. The loft can be also accessed via a ladder (or stairs theoretically) from not just the center of the loft as long as the intersection of the gables is near the edge of the loft. The added headroom makes this possible.

To learn more about this design and my other tiny house on wheels plans visit Tiny House Design.

Tiny House Living Bundle [OFFER HAS ENDED]

Last month a tiny house fellow named Karol Gajda contacted me with an idea for a tiny house project he was working on. It’s called the Tiny House Living Bundle.

The bundle includes 27 Tiny House Living Plans and Guides. The regular retail price for these items is $345.29, but will be just $49 for 5 days!

Inside the bundle you’ll find 27 tiny house and simpler living products — all immediately downloadable — from tiny living folks like Kent Griswold, Andrew Odom, Michael Janzen, Andrew & Gabriella Morrison, Ethan Waldman, Ryan Mitchell, Macy Miller, Alek Lisefski, and Courtney Carver.

Click here to check out the Tiny House Living Bundle for yourself.

The bundle is only available for 5 days. Sorry… no exceptions.

Simply Living – Build It for $10,000-$12,000 in Materials

What we came up with is a 20 foot house that can be fully completed for only $10,000-12,000 with all new materials even less with reclaimed materials… For a limited time, we are offering the plan package PDF download for whatever amount of money you decide and what you think they are worth. And we are going to donate 100% of the proceeds to charity, specifically I Care Atlanta which is a nonprofit devoted to ending homelessness.” – Tiny Home Builders

Learn more about this New House Plan For Charity at Tiny Home Builders.