The enchanting little prefab cabin designs featured here are made by the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company . . . . . . . a leader in the small house movement. Though small in size, ranging from just 65 to 874 square feet, they are, nevertheless, VERY BIG on charm and ambiance!
The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is an innovative firm in California that designs and builds small prefab structures. Tumbleweed's founder, Jay Shafer (pictured at right with one of his tiny abodes), and his innovative houses have been featured on CBS, CNN, and the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Pictured below is one of Tumbleweed's cozy interiors with an upper level loft.
The little cabin designs that follow utilize corrugated metal on their exteriors. Pictured below, left, is a cabin that is completely clad with corrugated metal. The structure pictured below, right, is sheathed with corrugated metal on its roof.
The quaint clapboard design that follows is loaded with charm, regardless of the season. Turned porch posts and an upper level Gothic style window give it a decidedly Victorian flavor.
Taking it a step further is the Gingerbread Victorian design pictured at right. Deriving its inspiration from the exquisite little Victorian cottages in the town of Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard (pictured below), it exudes unabashed charm and ambiance!
The prefabricated cabins pictured below are very similar in design, with the model below, right, slightly larger. However, due to the exterior treatment, the look and feel of each differs dramatically from the other.
The light and airy views that follow show how the efficient arrangement of space and interior finish can make
a small interior seem larger than it actually is.
Though a majority of its designs are traditional in style, the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company also creates contemporary style structures, such as the design pictured below.
And if you are a do-it-yourselfer, you can purchase the plans for any of Tumbleweed's tiny houses and build it
yourself. The company even conducts workshops all across the United States to show you how. In addition, company founder, Jay Shafer, has published a book with 22 home plans and loads of information about building a
tiny portable home for yourself (See Below).
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