Tumbleweed homes are always a popular choice for tiny home enthusiasts and Ariel’s Fy Nyth home shows us why.
Outside, you’ll notice an all-weather house, encapsulated in horizontal grey siding with black trimmed windows. The house is entirely off-the-grid and features solar panels for power. It’s nestled among the trees in Wyoming where Ariel lives.
When you go inside, you’ll find the entire inside of the house lined with gorgeous pine. Ariel has an L-shaped couch in one corner that can double as a guest bed, as well as stairs that double as storage – there’s a drawer in ever step! Because she loves to cook, there’s a full stove and open shelf to store every pot and pan you can imagine. The bathroom includes a shower that Ariel uses as a closet because she prefers to shower at the gym, as well as a composting toilet. Just climb up the stairs and find a full bed tucked behind walls, as well as her house plants and a chest for more storage. Check out her video below for a full tour!
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Ariel’s Fy Nyth Tumbleweed Tiny House on Wheels
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Video Tour of Ariel’s Fy Nyth Tiny House
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Amazingly outstanding home…I’m sure you’re getting a quality of life you had planned on and perhaps then some.
Really enjoyed the tour as it definitely is much more then one would think size wise and with the quality one would expect.
Also would like to mention that you and everybody else that lives in tiny house has mentioned how much they really like their composting toilet.
That in it’s self is outstanding…what goes in does come out and can be used to help in gardening. I love that!
A very efficient and cozy, comfortable home! This is how a TH video should be done – excellent work!
Ariel, I follow your blog regularly. Your home is beautiful, functional and seems peaceful. I look forward to your next blog update.
Isn’t this the same house that was on here in July of 2015? Still looks like a lovely home, now in winter in Wyoming!
Looks so pretty in the snow!
One of the better tiny homes I’ve seen…
I do not see the fridge at he back of the home very often. I love this idea. It allows you to utilize a bigger fridge without interrupting your vision and causing pause in the middle. It’s one seemless view with a touch of quirkiness that is wonderful. The top of the fridge area is put to use with that kombucha too! I know that you haul your water in so do not need your shower as of yet. Smart use of the space though in the meantime. Nice homey place that you have.
This is a good one. I especially like the refrigerator size and the wonderful pantry.
Love it, very functional, does not look so cramped. Tubleweed makes excellent homes.
Personally i would do my best to rely on solar alone, but maybe propane is necessary. Kudos for the compost toilet; why waste water!. namaste’, rachel