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Mulfinger Tiny House Pictures and Video Tour

You probably have never heard of the Mulfinger tiny house before.

It’s one of Jay Shafer’s old Tumbleweed tiny house designs, but it’s no longer available.

The design is simple and elegant, like all of Jay’s work.

You are greeted with a porch and everything is perfectly symmetrical. Since this home is not on a trailer, it’s wider and therefore much more spacious.

Once you walk in the kitchenette is to your left and table to your right.

The ceilings are vaulted so it feels light, bright, and open. The windows really help with this effect too.

Mulfinger Tiny House front porch view

Photos Courtesy of Mark Terrano

I encourage you to enjoy the rest of this post and watch the video tour of the house below:

Side view of Mulfinger Tiny House from Tumbleweed

Kitchenette and Table inside Mulfinger Tiny House after you walk in

The bathroom has a tiny corner sink to save space along with a stand up shower and shelf space for your towels.

Corner Sink in Tiny House Bathroom

Below is the ladder entrance to the upstairs sleeping loft.

Sleeping Loft in Tiny House

Mulfinger Tiny House Video Tour

Length: 2:45

Although the Mulfinger tiny house plans are no longer being offered by Tumbleweed, they do offer lots of other alternatives. Click here if you’re interested in plans from Tumbleweed.

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  • Avatar Victoria - Ozarks Crescent Mural April 7, 2012, 2:40 pm

    Strange it would be a discontinued design because it’s the most elegant and attractive one I’ve seen. It looks the most like a real house when compared to the typical tiny house. I just love it!

    • Avatar Dominick Bundy April 7, 2012, 4:06 pm

      Wow, So far this seems to be one of the best layouts. especially that tiny sink in the bathroom..What more would anyone would want..Wonder what the sq. footage of living space is??

    • Avatar Alex April 8, 2012, 9:42 am

      Yeah not sure why it was discontinued but I agree with you, it’s really really nice.

  • Avatar Dorothy April 7, 2012, 4:38 pm

    Love it! Love the colors inside and out. Love the deep porch. I still would like to see one with a washer and dryer. Would make it easier to have a very small wardrobe.
    I continue to dream of a tiny house, affordable life
    style and freedom to spend time as I wish.

    • Avatar Alex April 8, 2012, 9:41 am

      Washer/dryer in there would be great. Thanks Dorothy.

  • Avatar Danielle April 7, 2012, 9:26 pm

    Really nice house. I like the layout and the outside looks great! The colors are fabulous

    • Avatar Alex April 8, 2012, 9:41 am

      Thanks Danielle I’m glad you liked it

  • Avatar Linda Lyons-Bailey April 8, 2012, 1:39 pm

    I love this. Why’d they d/c it???

    The only downside I see is the apparent lack of places to store stuff. (Although that pulley basket you can raise and lower in the kitchen is cool.)

  • Avatar sesameB April 9, 2012, 10:57 am

    Magnificent, wonderful. I love the colors, and the layout, expecially the loft. This is soooooo me. (smiles)
    Barefootin, drinking spring water, & re-wilding myself in rural south central sunny Arkansas

  • Avatar Teleia April 9, 2012, 12:00 pm

    I’ve loved this house for a couple of years, but this is the first time I’ve seen inside it.

    I’m curious about the dimensions of the house. It’s my favorite of the Tumbleweeds, too. 🙂

  • Avatar Michele April 11, 2012, 6:58 pm

    Great layout. Appears to need some storage space though. Too bad it’s been discontinued. Maybe Jay can explain what the thinking was behind that….

  • Avatar Carl Tedds June 11, 2012, 8:43 pm

    Wow what a lovely home!

  • Avatar Crystal August 22, 2012, 1:43 pm

    Personally, I’d move the kitchen to where the “nook” is, I can’t stand the whole toilet-in-the-kitchen thing the other houses have! 🙁
    Outside of that, it’s great! 🙂

  • Avatar Nicolaas Snoek February 17, 2013, 1:23 am

    Love the home. Did it have a stove? What are the dimensions? Would like to build something this size or larger for a guest house!

  • Avatar ElTee June 12, 2013, 1:48 pm

    I love this layout/design. You could easily screen across the little nook to make a kid’s bedroom (or parent’s if they’re disabled & the kid goes in the loft etc) as the front area would easily take lounge chairs where the dining table is & some kind of versatile arrangement for a dining table.

    The finish is superb, I especially like the ceiling and the way that the interior is painted giving it the feel of a high end finish.

    I agree with others, I don’t know why it was discontinued, even though I know there are similar designs out there, I suppose you could probably recreate the layout if you really wanted. I could live in this quite happily and there’s not many of these really small houses that I can say that about. Does anyone know what’s the sf/dimensions on it is, pls?

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