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Do you like Tumbleweed tiny houses? Kendra purchased a trailer, some supplies and blueprints to create a Linden Model, but has changed her plans.

All the better for you, though, because you can now buy them from her if you’d like. Plus, the Linden plans are no longer sold online! See a finished Linden here to get some inspiration.

She’s selling:

  • Tumbleweed Tiny Home Trailer brand new with title and all paperwork, located in Midland/Odessa TX
  • Tumbleweed Blueprints for the Linden model (not online!!) this comes WITH the DIY stair blueprints AND the dormer blueprints
  • Brand new ,never used or opened supplies for framing bought at Lowes
  • Tumbleweed construction video
  • Tiny house style book by Tumbleweed
  • Booklet with notes from the conference I attended

Related: The Lucky Linden Tiny House

Tiny House Components For Sale: Tumbleweed Linden

Images via Kendra

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This is Jacob and Ana’s tiny house on wheels!

They designed it so they can go on family vacations and/or use as a guest house.

It sleeps up to six people comfortably. See it for yourself below! And the best part is, if you like it, Jacob and Ana are giving away the plans for free on their website!

Related: Surfer Couple’s 260 Sq. Ft. Modern Tiny House on Wheels

Jacob and Ana Unveil their Tiny House on Wheels and Give Away the Plans for Free!

Screenshots via YouTube/Ana White

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How do you decide what kind of home is right for you, design what you need, and actually put the plans together to build it?

The limited-time “Dream, Design, Build Bundle” from PAD Tiny Houses was created for the tiny house dreamer who wants to take the next step because it includes information on

  • how to build a tiny house,
  • a set of tiny house plans,
  • and a Life in a Tiny House eBook.

Tiny House Dream Design Build Bundle from PAD Tiny Houses

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This is the Sweet Pea Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s a 136 sq. ft. tiny home with with lots to offer.

And right now PAD Tiny Houses is having a sale on the plans so it’s a great time to get them.

Either way, please enjoy the Sweet Pea Tiny House tour, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Sweet Pea Tiny House – 1/2 Off Plans to Build Your Own!

Photos via PADTinyHouses.com

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These are the $1,200 Tiny France DIY House Plans.

A couple weeks ago we shared the amazing Tiny France, a $1,200 house by Czech architect Joshua Woodsman (aka, Vojtěch Valda).

Turns out Woodsman is selling the plans for this incredibly inexpensive build on his website for $39.

$1,200 Tiny France DIY House Plans for Sale!

Images via Pin Up Houses

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The Bunk Box Tiny House from Shelter Wise is a unique, modern design that leaves the wall framing and electrical exposed on the interior. This creates a valuable, seven extra inches of interior space that residents can use, see, and feel. With a flat roof and exposed ceiling framing, the sleeping loft offers extra height and increased functional space. Two skylights, six windows, and an optional second door bring the outside in and increase the feeling of spaciousness. Although it’s built on a 16 foot trailer, the Bunk Box lives as big as a 20 foot house.

Shelter Wise partner PAD Tiny Houses is offering a launch-only, one week sale on the new Bunk Box Tiny House Plans, so check them out ASAP! Check out the pictures and learn more about the design below!

The Warm and Modern Bunk Box Tiny House on Wheels!

Bunk Box Modern Tiny House on Wheels

All photos © Shelter Wise

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Do you want to build an inviting home that’s simple, functional and affordable? The Kozy Kabin Tiny House Plans from Dee Williams at PAD Tiny Houses could be just what you’re looking for.

While many tiny homes on wheels are getting larger, fancier and more complex, the Kozy Kabin keeps its simple roots. At 14 feet long, it’s 84 square feet on the main floor, plus a sleeping loft of about 40 square feet. There’s no running water, no dedicated bathroom, and Dee always ran it on just a “smidge” of solar electric power, but she was happy enough there for 12 years.

Dee famously built the original Kozy Kabin tiny house for $10,000 in 2004. She was able to build on a budget using tons of salvaged materials and putting in around four (unpaid) hours of time on its construction for three months. To build this house yourself today, budget for a construction cost anywhere between $15,000 and $25,000 depending on material choices.

Dee Williams’ Original $10k Tiny Home (Plans Now Available)!

Dee Williams Kozy Kabin tiny house

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