Will and his wife, Nya, wanted to explore the United States, so they built a custom Tiny House RV worthy of an epic road trip. Read on for more on this one-of-a-kind design!
Will and Nya built their Tiny House RV in Georgia, using YouTube videos and the documentary “TINY: A Story of Living Small” as their means of inspiration. After one year of construction, they hit the road, heading west.
“We learned so much and overcame countless obstacles to make our Tiny House RV vision a reality.” – Will
Along their route, Will and Nya decided to stop in Colorado Springs, only a few miles from the Tumbleweed showroom and build facility. Serendipitously, Nya found an online job posting while they were in the area, and Will went in for an interview. He was hired on the spot and now works at Tumbleweed’s Colorado Springs showroom.
Even though Will and Nya’s Tiny House RV is one of the smallest we’ve ever seen, it still feels spacious, which might be due to their gable style dormers. They also increased exterior space by adding a fold up porch.
Will & Nya’s tiny is only 14 feet long, the same size as the first Tumbleweed ever built!
“Every piece of (our Tiny House RV) is a small triumph and I’ve never experienced a more intimate connection with a space in my life.” – Will
Will and Nya’s tiny has an artsy vibe with features including: colorful cedar shingles, a barn-style dutch door, gothic hinged shutters, and a leaded glass window. The eclectic style is mimicked in the interior with exposed wood and a pebble kitchen countertop.
Will explained that the pebble counter was made using a recycled old door which they covered in river rocks and then applied a two part epoxy.
“I think it looks like a shallow creek frozen in time.” – Will, on his unique countertop
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