Oakland Tiny House

A project of Just Fine Design/Build.

“I don’t want to ruffle any feathers in the tiny house community, but to be honest I have not enjoyed any of the Tumbleweed interiors for precisely this reason. The interiors are too bulky, and they are over using the space. There has been an absence of places that can become pools of airy light, for ideas and feelings to circulate through the house. I’m sure there are lots of Tumbleweeds out there that feel just right to me – I just haven’t been in them.”

via Oakland Tiny House.

Living Tiny 365

Zoey has a new(ish) blog where she’s regularly sharing the day to day adventures of living in a tiny house. She built a Tumbleweed tiny house from mostly reclaimed building material. Zoey’s older blog is Together We Are One.

Living Tiny 365

Jonathan’s Tiny House Plumbing

Jonathan (Gungy) is making steady progress on plumbing his tiny house. He has posted a few articles on his experience one this complex piece of tiny house construction. If you’re considering building a small house you might want to read through his experience with plumbing his own house.

  • Plumbing Part 1
  • Plumbing Part 2

2010 Tumbleweed Workshop Schedule

Some of the best tiny house design and building workshops are hosted by Jay Shafer from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. This past week the 2010 workshop schedule was announced. If you’ve been day dreaming about designing and building your own tiny house attending one of Jay’s workshops can really catapult your project and dreams forward. Visit the Tumbleweed website for more information.

2010 Tumbleweed Workshop Schedule

Zoey’s Tiny House Update

Zoey’s tiny house is virtually complete and looking comfy and lived-in with just a few small details left to work through like interior sheathing in the loft. One of her recent finishing touches was the addition of a Boilet 10 Standard composing toilet.

Take a look at Zoey’s Tiny House