Chris’ home was originally built from “Bodega” plans from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, but he then tweaked the plans to fit his needs and style a little, and in some cases, to conform to a few more local codes. In the end run, it worked out great, and his place is legit and legal […]
…Solar powered modified Tumbleweed Epu tiny house on wheels. As you can tell it’s been slightly modified. First with the barn style roof, different sized windows, larger front door and open porch. If you study the Epu plans real quick you’ll notice that the interior was left almost the same.
If you’ve ever imagined building a tiny house on wheels for yourself you might be in for quite a journey. It’s not as easy as it looks! Building a house, even a tiny one, takes time, dedication and commitment.
A nice Tumbleweed EPU recently completed in Vermont. “This month my tiny house was completed after a few years of preparation and three months of building. Josh Wengard, a terrific carpenter of Re-Design Construction in Londenderry, Vermont did most everything. I sealed the cedar siding, sanded the maple kitchen counter and generally got in the […]
A story of a successful completion and delivery of a tiny house. The home is a modified Tumbleweed Fencl. “This past Wednesday the Tumbleweed Tiny House was complete and ready for delivery. It was an exciting, long awaited morning as the home rolled down back country curves and four lane highways.” via Owl Creek Happenings: […]
Great example of how a tiny house plan can start as the base and what can happen when inspiration and invention come into play. “JT started with the Walden plans, but ended up combining elements of the Lusby, plus some of his own creativity into his finished product. And what a beauty it is. He started with […]
Elaine is moving her tiny house to Boneyard Studios. In the mean time it has a temporary home. “It’s in the pictured location until the tiny house community, Boneyard Studios, can make space on their lot. I wasn’t able to follow my tiny house, so this is the first I’ve seen of it. It’s nice […]
A new highlight has been added to Deek’s next workshop. “In addition to all the speakers, the collective building project, the camping, the tiny cabin touring, AND MORE- on Sunday, as the workshop’s third day wraps up, we’ll all head out to visit THE FIRST-BUILT TUMBLEWEED TINY HOUSE in Boston….which you’ll love. This is the […]
Ryan shares his experience at the second day of a Tumbleweed tiny house workshop. We reported on Day One here. “Jay spoke about subtractive design, which is a process of design where you remove elements to refine a design without detracting from the design at the same time. The balance between removing elements and simplifying […]
Ryan reports on his experience at a Tumbleweed tiny house workshop. “Today I traveled to Raleigh, NC to check out Jay Shaffer’s Tiny House Workshop, which is designed to teach people how to build their own Tiny Home. When I walked into the meeting room, I knew we would have a good number of people, […]