by Laura LaVoie So, it is that time of year again. The incessant carols are playing on the radio, people are hitting the stores for the best deals of the latest presents, and the smell of baking is permeated whole neighborhoods. For someone in a tiny house, the holiday season means something else entirely. How [...]
Last year I had the pleasure of speaking with Guillaume and Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey on the Tiny r(E)volution podcast that I co-hosted with Andrew Odom. We interviewed a lot of wonderful people in the time that we hosted the podcast together but Guillaume and Jenna stood out to me. They were genuine [...]
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This is a Tumbleweed Tiny House. It was built after the Fencl model following altered but original plans.
1 year old, RV Certified, Tumbleweed Tiny Home designed and built by Tumbleweed on an 18-foot double axle trailer.
Fencl Style Tumbleweed Tiny House
I’ve been writing for Tiny House Listings for some time and occasionally I will share a little insight about our specific house. However, I thought it might be nice to give our readers a slightly more extended overview. Matt and I built our own tiny home with our own hands over the course of three [...]
Utopia is the new, and forever, tiny house of Gina Blanchard and Ross Grajewski’s in Aptos, California. They moved in on the last day of March 2014, so there would be no rent to pay in April. In fact this young couple in their early 30’s won’t have rent to pay again, nor a mortgage [...]
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company has a good lineup of workshops they are offering around the country this year. In the workshops you will learn the essentials of what’s needed to begin your tiny house building journey. This includes the tools required and also majorly-important things like learning how to attach your tiny house to the [...]
2013 was a big year for tiny houses. All year long I cataloged some of the news from around our community and shared it right here on Tiny House Listings. I thought it might be fun to take a look back and pick out the things I thought were most impactful each month. Keep in [...]
The 89-square-foot tiny house was built as a class project by Healdsburg High School students, under the watchful eyes of local contractors and volunteers