We asked three of our tiny house experts to answer a few Frequently Asked Questions:
In 2012, Art completed his Tumbleweed home using SIPS and reclaimed wood and even posted some videos on YouTube explaining how he did it And that’s how we connected – we asked him if he wanted to partake in our Tumbleweed Construction Video and Art obliged. One thing led to another and today Art is traveling the country teaching others the benefits of owning a tiny home. Read more on Art’s blog.
Art’s modified Tumbleweed Elm
Question: What is your favorite part of your tiny space?
Art: My favorite part of my tiny house? The love seat when I want to sit, or the shower when I want to get clean. Or do I have those confused?
Art’s love seat, which can convert into a bed.
Art: See video!
How are you decorating your tiny space for the holidays?
Eddie: We have perched a very wintery wreath on the wall for the holidays. That should do it for us. Next year if we’re more ambitious, we want to do a stick christmas tree.
Clever storage ideas / space saving ideas?
Guillaume: We usually just take the dog for a walk since the front door is never that far.
Guillaume: Being able to pursue my passion for photography while traveling.
Q: What would you do different in your tiny home if you could build it again?
Guillaume: If I could do it again, I’d have my corner porch on the sidewalk side or I would build a full porch (the Elm). Porches are awesome!
Jenna Spesard is currently traveling around North America in a DIY Tumbleweed Cypress with her partner, Guillaume. They are photographing and writing about their adventure and occasionally they will be hosting Tumbleweed workshops and open houses. Be sure to follow their tiny house and giant journey.