http://www.tumbleweedhouses.comWith wheels, traditional proportioning and archetypal form, these little structures are designed to be portable and can, essentially, be sited anywhere you can park a travel trailer.* They range from about 50 to 130 sq ft. Purchase yours ready-made or buy the plans to build it yourself. These homes are stationary designs built as a main house or guest house. Most of the plans have an optional extra bedroom in back. The house sizes range from 261 sq ft up to 874 sq ft. We do not build the Cottages. They are designed to be built on site with a local contractor of your choosing.Tumbleweed Tiny Houses Companysupport@tumbleweedhouses.com
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Check out the trailer for "We, The Tiny House People" from filmmaker Kirsten Dirksen. Her foray into the world of the tiny house movement features our very own Austin Hay (who is growing up before our eyes!) in his tiny-house-in-progress. It will be interesting to see the entire documentary when it is completed. In the meantime, why not get your hands on a set of tiny house plans?
Watch Kendall at TEDx explain her belief in the power of ideas. Honestly, I think you'll be really impressed with her drive, creativity and ingenuity. Check out her site and the Lusby tiny house plans.
We're on the cover of Parade Magazine. This could be the biggest exposure for Tumbleweed ... ever! I'm frantically trying to optimize our website. Is it too late to upgrade our server? Probably. I wish I found out sooner.
I'm excited to announce the launch of a new bi-weekly webzine called the Small Living Journal: the focus is on the small home movement.
The brainchild of Stephanie Reiley of the Coming Unmoored blog and a group of small living advocates, designers, and bloggers. The initial writers are Stephanie Reiley, Greg Johnson, Michael Janzen, Tammy from RowdyKittens, Hillary from ThisTinyHouse, Amanda from Constructing a Simpler Life, and Kent Griswold.
The first issue is an introduction of the members and how they became interested in the tiny house movement. The next issue on April 8 will focus on downsizing.
Go and check this out. I think you will find this another useful resource in your quest for living small. Be sure and sign up to the RSS feed or join the email list so you don't miss an issue.