I’ve had this site for Tumbleweed Tiny House Company bookmarked forever. I keep looking at these little homes, but wondered about the realistic qualities of them. Then, I noticed the video. The video made me really want to post the tiny Tumbleweed homes, because I think it really gives you a nice look into living small.
Epu in the fields of Sebastopol, CA. 96 square feet:
Basically, Tumbleweed is a company that designs, builds, and sells both ready made homes and plans for extremely tiny homes. These homes are so small that the standard size is 120 square feet or less (although some are a wee bit bigger) and they can be affixed to a trailer, and are road ready.
Nice; and I thought I wanted an RV. This is way better. I’m just going to give a basic run down of size. If you want to take a look inside (believe me, you do) then visit the house page at the Tumbleweed site – most have great interior slide shows. There is also a handy FAQ.
Harbinger; 490 square fee:
My favorite is, unsurprisingly, the Z-Glass House at 400 square feet. Too big for a trailer I guess, but way slick:
After the jump; interior shots!
Inside the Epu – Desk:
Inside the Epu – Kitchen:
You know, this post is getting sort of long. I think I’ll come back with the ultra slick video and some benefits of a Tumbleweed home.
[All photos credited to the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company]