Over the last several years, my boyfriend and I have parked our tiny house in a wide variety of locations. By far our most frequent parking locale has been backyards. Always so convenient—less expensive than RV parks and close to town. These spots can be readily available, especially with many friends and family with sizable yards.
When the great outdoors calls out to you for a camping excursion, there are many ways you can answer. If you haven’t explored the option of camping in a tiny house hotel, you're missing out on one of the coziest–and unique– ways to experience nature.
Recently, we met up with Alan, a DIY tiny house RV owner. He parked on a beautiful wooded piece of land, located in a rural neighborhood outside of a Colorado mountain town.
In the tiny house world, toilets are actually considered a luxury item for many interested in saving space and saving money. When catching up with tiny house builders across the country, they all agree on one thing when comparing commodes; they talk about toilets a lot!
Choosing to go tiny is already a green way to support the environment. Tiny houses consume much less energy as a typical home, and many use sustainable resources during the building process. Being eco-friendly is easy, following some simple tips.
With more and more people going tiny, the need for parking is at an all-time high. The desire for tiny house community parking is on the rise too. Across the nation, more than a dozen cities have become officially tiny-friendly, and communities of tiny houses are cropping up, of varying legal status.
A new ruling that went into effect on January 15th, 2019 has further defined the Recreational Vehicle exemption from manufactured housing standards. The government agency (HUD) has also taken more ownership in the jurisdiction of the "tiny house fad" sweeping the country. This ruling makes clear that the use of the structure is baselined upon the manufacturer's intent.
With the housing market crash came the solution of tiny homes. Two options available are a tiny house on wheels or foundation. If you are thinking of downsizing and going tiny, what might be the best route for you?
When winter hits, temperatures can plummet, and weather changes can cause piles of snow and ice accumulation that can threaten to freeze pipes, knock out electric, and leave anyone stranded in the icy conditions.
For anyone looking to leap into tiny house living, the age-old question is always, “where can I park?” The uncertainty, even anxiety, around this topic keeps a multitude of would-be tiny dwellers from pursuing the idea any further. The truth is there are more options available than most realize.
There are ways to save money where it makes sense, complete a well designed build, and end up with a safe and responsibly built house that will last for years by consulting a professionally certified tiny house builder, such as Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.
As the holiday season approaches, consider spending time in the perfect Bavarian themed town of Leavenworth, WA, complete with similarly themed Tumbleweed Tiny Houses! The [...]
Emma Crawford Coffin Races: Team Tumbleweed Get ready, get set, GO! In the spirit of community and teamwork Tumbleweed Tiny House Company participates in the [...]
This week we're spotlighting "Lincoln," the most popular Tiny House RV available for rent at the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. Lincoln is a 24-foot Tumbleweed [...]
Recreational Vehicles are used primarily for travel and part time living, but Tiny House RVs are a special breed. Each one is personalized, not only in style [...]
Be our guest! A few weekends ago, the Leavenworth Tiny House Village greeted hundreds of Tiny House enthusiasts at their grand opening event. The village revealed five Bavarian-themed [...]