We’ve been building custom Tiny House RVs and teaching DIY workshops for more than a decade, and it’s wonderful to see Tumbleweeds spread out across the nation. Hooray for Tumbleweed USA! Below we’ve listed just a few of our customers. The Tiny House Movement continues to grow and we are proud to be a part of it.
Tumbleweed USA – happy customers across the country!
Ella’s DIY Tumbleweed Cypress
As an artist, Ella finds room in her tiny space for her harp, banjo, and crafts. She recently celebrated 4 years as a Tiny Houser! Ella loves her Tiny, named “Little Yellow,” and shares it with her boyfriend and dog in Northern California. Follow Ella here.
Mario’s DIY Tumbleweed Cypress
The teched-out Tumbleweed! Mario, an employee of Apple, designed his Tiny House RV to be totally tricked-out with appliances and gadgets. Recently married, Mario is planning on building another Tiny, so this one is for sale. More on Mario’s Tiny House RV.
Lora’s Tumbleweed Cypress
Tumbleweeds can move with you! Lora had her Tiny House RV delivered to Georgia almost three years ago, but she relocated to Colorado in 2016. As the “Tiny House Teacher,” Lora gives advice to others on going tiny. Read more on her informative blog.
Lauren & Patrick’s DIY Tumbleweed Linden
This tiny was delivered as a Tumbleweed shell. Lauren and Patrick finished construction in only 3 months and, afterward, traveled all over the United States with their Tiny House RV. They are now parked permanently in Colorado. More here.
Miranda’s DIY Tumbleweed Cypress
Miranda finished building her Tiny last year and is currently parked just outside of Boston. As an artist and an art lover, everything in Miranda’s Tumbleweed (named Aubergine) is handmade. It’s a treat for the eyes and the soul! Check out her blog for more photos of “Aubergine.”
Kasl Family DIY Tiny House RV
Kim Kasl and her family appeared on the first season of the reality TV show, “Tiny House Nation.” Their Tiny features two lofted bedrooms connected by a catwalk. Kim told us that the design was heavily based off of the Tumbleweed Elm. Follow Kim’s website for more information and photos.
Jenna’s DIY Tumbleweed Cypress
Jenna built her Tiny House RV in 2013 and 2014 with her partner, Guillaume. They traveled over 25,000 miles with their custom Tumbleweed, from the Florida Keys to the Arctic Circle. Jenna’s Tiny is now parked at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village, where she acts as the Tiny House Host. Jenna has an informative blog about tiny living and traveling on a budget.
Mt. Hood Tiny House Village
This little village consists of 5 custom Tumbleweeds available as mountain vacation rentals. Mt Hood Tiny House Village is about to celebrate their one-year anniversary! Click here for more information on rentals and location.
Eddie & Lacey’s DIY Tumbleweed Cypress
Recent newlyweds, Eddie and Lacey, built a Tiny House RV over two years ago. They are parked in an RV park just outside of Austin, Texas. They share the space with their dog, Clark. More on Eddie & Lacey here.
Chance & Ginger’s Tumbleweed Roanoke
This Tiny House couple recently purchased a Tumbleweed Roanoke – our newest design. They will be renting it out this summer at Roberts Resorts Tiny House Hotel in Austin. Read more about their story.
Meg’s DIY Tumbleweed Linden
Meg Stephens designed the Tumbleweed Linden model (archived), and she built one for herself last year! She is currently going through her first winter as a Tiny Houser. Follow her blog here.
Evan & Kristin’s Tumbleweed Cypress
This talented Tiny House couple has a beautiful Tumbleweed Cypress parked in the countryside. Aside from being Tiny owners, Evan and Kristin make paper goods and custom decor. Check out their Instagram for photos.
Ariel’s Tumbleweed Cypress
Ariel received her Tumbleweed more than two years ago. Her tiny is off the grid and parked in rural Wyoming. She enjoys homesteading and taking beautiful photographs of her Tiny House RV (named “Fy Nyth” or My Nest). Follow her informative blog here.