Collin & Joanna Settle In.

You've probably asked yourself the same question that Collin and Joanna  asked themselves as they settle in to their Tumbleweed: Where in the world am I going to put my stuff? Find out how they managed to fit their lives in side a tiny home here. Make sure to watch the video to see how they pulled it all together.

p.s. You know the Vardo is back, right? Take advantage of our sale on the plans here.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — July 01, 2011

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The Vardo is back!

Did you hear the news about the Vardo? It's back and better than ever! We are running a special on these cool plans, just $15.95. It't the easiest Tumbleweed to build, with the most flexibility. Get yourself a copy of the plans today.

Hurry, the sale ends July 8th, 2011.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — June 28, 2011

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Checking in with Austin.

Austin may be our youngest Tumbleweed builder, but his drive and enthusiasm speak to a maturity far beyond his years. It's been a while since we checked in on his progress so I thought I'd show you a few images of his build. I spoke to Austin at our last open house and he promises to have some fresh images for us soon. In the meantime, check out his great gallery here.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — June 27, 2011

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Is that a Popomo at the beach?

Why yes it is! We'll have more images of this newly built beauty coming soon. I thought I'd just tease you a little. You can get a copy of the plans here. Wait until you see what we did with the interior. There's a reason it's at the beach. Oh, to be at the beach today...

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — June 20, 2011

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The Evolution of a Tiny House

Slow and steady wins the tiny house. Such is the philosophy that Laura and her husband have in mind while they build their Tumbleweed. These two full-time workers have been building their tiny house on the weekends and in their spare time.

Their blog, Life in 120 Square Feet, chronicles their work and is a great resource for anyone who wants to get started on their own Tumbleweed. I really appreciate the Flickr slideshow, which takes you from the beginning of their build to the present.

Written by Brett Torrey Haynes — June 17, 2011

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