Tumbleweed is giving away four tiny house plans for free! If you’re interested in building your own tiny house, looking at tiny house plans, and just learning what it might entail to build a tiny house, these 20-ft. tiny house plans from Tumbleweed could really come in handy someday when you are ready to build!
The plans that are free (normally $759 each) are the Mica 20, Linden 20, Cypress 20, and Elm 20 building plans. I have always wanted to build a Tumbleweed Mica 20 tiny house, so I almost jumped out of my chair and went ahead and registered for the free plans download from Tumbleweed. You can too below, although I’m not exactly sure how long these will be available for free, so please don’t wait! Learn more and get your free plans below!
This is Jacob and Ana’s tiny house on wheels! They designed and built 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 so you can build it yourself too if you’d like.
Shawn Dehner over at The Small House Catalog released this 670 sq. ft. tiny cottage plans. It’s called The Sago Tiny House. And framing plans are available if you’re interested in building your own. So I wanted to be sure to share that with you now. You can see the sketch and overall design below. And the link to download the full plans are also below.
It’s a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom house with two floors. The overall dimensions of the structure are 16′ wide and 30′ long. What do you think? Is this a design that you can see yourself in? Let’s talk about it!
Right now I want to give you a tour of a wonderful little cottage called the Rolling Bungalow. Best of all, if you really like it, you can buy the plans to build it yourself.
If you do all of the labor yourself it costs an estimated $17,000 (in 2014 dollars) to build. And you can do so on a 7’x20′ trailer. In total there’s 160 sq. ft. of living space inside without including the sleeping lofts. And the overall footprint is 8’6″ x 20′. I hope you enjoy the tour as much as I have. And if you really like it, you can even get the plans too! Please re-share and enjoy below.
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