I wanted to show you this 165 square foot tiny house on a trailer that was built using slightly modified Tumbleweed Fencl plans.
It has that rustic look to it that I personally love and the pictures below speak for themselves.
The interior is beautiful and features high quality home style cabinetry with a spacious kitchen/bathroom for such a tiny home.
A design like this is perfect for those of you who prefer that your tiny house feels like a home over the futuristic overly-modern style like this.
I think you’ll get a better idea of what I mean once you go inside below:
Impressive Kitchen Area with Sleeping Loft Above
I love the exposed beams and the lighting that’s built right into the ceiling.
Below you can see the tiny little dining set up for two. I love the look of the steel table in wood interior, how about you?
Another angle of the kitchen below. For a tiny house, I’d say this is a great kitchen.
Seems like in this model they chose an RV style flush toilet.
This tiny house also has a full sized shower which we don’t have photos of to share with you but you can see the floor plan below:
Blue Sky Tiny House Floor Plan
Features, Dimensions and Specs
- 8′ x 19’5″ footprint
- 8′ x 18′ trailer
- 10,000 lbs axle capacity
- 13′ 6″ road height
- 165-square-feet including porch
- 7,200 lbs dry weight
- 20 gallon fresh water tank
- 30 gallon grey & black water tanks
More information on this particular build is available here.
What do you think about this Tumbleweed Fencl tiny house design? Do you enjoy the spacious kitchen as much as I do?
What would you change to make it better for you? Or do you just need something a little bit larger?
Looking forward to reading your thoughts below.
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