You’ll get the Linden 20 building plans, the Tumbleweed construction video with step-by-step instructions, and the Tiny House Style book that gives you ideas for how to decorate and finish your tiny home. Usually, those three items cost $848 sold separately.
However, if you are ready to start building (or want to be prepared for when you are!) and need plans, you can get all this for just $59.95. You only have through June 16, 2017 to purchase, and there are only 300 bundles in stock. To purchase, head over here.
To see what a Tumbleweed Linden can look like, check out some pictures below from different Linden builds we’ve featured here on Tiny House Talk. Enjoy!
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The Cider Box Tiny House Plans from custom tiny house builder Shelter Wise have been one of their most popular designs since 2014. And now there’s a whole new reason to love them! The Cider Box Plans now come with a fully-editable 3-D SketchUp model created by the Tiny Nest Project – and to celebrate, the plans and model are on sale for 40% off until 7:00 pm PST on Saturday, June 17th!
The Yukon is a territory in Northern Canada, bordering Alaska to the west. Its pristine geography is mountainous accented with rivers and spruce forests. The long cold winters and abundance of trees inspired us to design a wood cabin, the smallest home in the series.
To simplify construction, this cabin is built with SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels) and clad on both the exterior and interior with square wood planks and authentic chinking. The covered front porch offers a great vantage spot for watching the spectacular northern lights. The cozy living room has a large stone fireplace that extends up into the vaulted ceiling overhead.
There is a compact bath tucked out of the way near the ship’s ladder to the second floor bedroom. The kitchen is just the right size for two to cook and dine. The total floor area is 392 square feet – perfect for a tiny get away. Imagine the ambiance on a cool evening with the snow falling and the wind howling outside and the fire crackling inside.
Check out the plans and get the link to purchase them below!
The Alberta cottage is an ‘A’ frame in the “Times New Roman Style”. A frames were very popular in the 60’s and 70’s as they were a pretty simple structure that went up fast and did not take a lot of framing skills or materials. The look of an A frame became what many thought of as a cottage at that time.
One of the biggest hurdles designing them was finding a way to incorporate the stairs between the levels, as headroom was decreased on the top floor. In this plan, I have made the cottage a back to front split so that the stairs are essentially a hallway connecting the spaces. The kitchen is at the lowest level and has a large eating island. The bathroom and laundry are also on this floor. Storage would be built into the sloped exterior walls. Up a few feet is a living room with a very high ceiling and lots of rear facing windows. Above the kitchen we have the bedroom which has it’s own private exterior balcony.
While not tiny, this is a small cottage that should offer lots of storage, abundant windows and the cabin atmosphere that only an A frame can provide.
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