In 2011, Toledo Museum of Art received a donation from community partners The Andersons and The Lathrop Company for materials, labor, and transportation costs to build a Tumbleweed tiny house. The model chosen was the 65-square-foot Tumbleweed XS House.
The little house was included as part of the Small Worlds exhibition to represent the small house movement. It features a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and a sleeping loft and sits on a 7′ x 10′ utility trailer. This is one of the lightest and smallest tiny houses you can tow from Jay Shafer’s designs. The house is going to be auctioned off this spring and the proceeds will go towards benefiting early childhood programming at the Toledo Museum of Art.
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Tumbleweed XS Tiny House at Toledo Museum of Art
Photos by Andrew Weber and Tim Motz
I encourage you to check out the construction photos of the house below: [continue reading…]