In this video she’s interviewed on her decision to live in a tiny house on wheels.
Oregon Student Living the Tiny Life
At 19’x8′ the home is just 130-square-feet including the sleeping loft.
It’s got a tiny covered porch and you walk right into the main room. It’s a classic Tumbleweed tiny house design.
Interview: April Anson on Living in a Tiny Home
She says it’s about 114 square feet but I don’t think that includes the loft. It’s 130 including that according to Tumbleweed’s plans.
Using Reclaimed Materials to Build Tiny AND Green
Everything except the studs, shingles, roof and interior walls came from recycled materials.
The flooring came from bleachers from an old gym! Pretty cool, huh?
Welcome to April’s Tumbleweed Tiny House…
Come on in! Join us for the complete photo tour (and video interview) below:
Photo Tour of April’s Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House
I absolutely love her choice of wood and the style of the entire home. It’s simple, rustic and seems homey.
As you can see (above) there’s plenty of storage to keep everything tucked away.
The exposed beams underneath the loft in the kitchen (below) are just SO COOL..
Bathroom and Shower
April’s Tiny House Floor Plan
Source: Tumbleweed Houses
Micro Kitchen in a Tiny Home
Tiny Home Sleeping Loft
Storage or Decorative Loft with Half Moon Window
Here’s another way to utilize the extra loft:
And yep – that’s a ceiling fan in the reflection:
Study/Work Nook with Views in a Tiny House
Tiny House You Can Tow And Take With You Anywhere
Built-in Nightstand in the Sleeping Loft
Friends Helped To Build It With Her While Having a BLAST!
April’s friends who helped build it with her: Darren and Micah (above).
April’s said she couldn’t have done it without the help her friends. Jason Reitz and Carter shown (above).
More helpful fun friends: Karin, John, Rachel, Mark and others. Aren’t they so awesome for doing this together?
Way to go April – AWESOME pic! Shows just how much fun you can really have building with your friends. 😀
Video Interview with April
This interview might answer lots of questions you have on the house that I might have missed in the post otherwise just ask in the comments at the bottom of this page.
The Trailer Before Construction 🙂
Where it all started..
Nice Airstream too!
Congratulations And Way To Go April!
April Has Her Own Blog!
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You can buy and instantly download the Fencl building plans over at Tumbleweed. If you want to look around at other plans instead download our free plans catalog and we’ll throw in 6 free downloads!
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