Woman’s Triple Axle Tumbleweed Tiny House
You'll want to see this "Woman’s Triple Axle Tumbleweed Tiny House," built when she wanted to find a better and more affordable housing solution. This triple axle Tumbleweed tiny house on wheels is a fully off grid example of tiny house living.
This triple axle Tumbleweed tiny house was built by the Shed Yard in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It's a fully off grid tiny house with solar panels and all and is 24 feet long and 7.5 feet wide to make room for road legal overhangs. The sleeping loft even features dormers to increase spaciousness inside. Ariel, the tiny home owner, is happily living in her house in the mountains of Wyoming with no plans of moving anytime soon. But if her plans do change, she can take her house with her? Ariel named her tiny house Fy Nyth which, in Old English, means the nest. You'll want to take a look at this cute tiny house and share it with your friends. This tiny house has plenty of ideal storage solutions with storage under in the stairs, a sitting bench with storage underneath, a perfect loft for sleeping, a fold down dining table which frees up space when not in use, wood throughout and a tiny garden outside of the tiny house.
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The small house movement also known as the tiny house movement, is a famous description for the architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in small homes. In the United States the average size of new single family homes grew from 1,780 square feet in 1978 to 2,479 square feet in 2007, and to 2,662 square feet in 2013, despite a decrease in the actual size of the average family. Reasons for this include increased material wealth and prestige. The tiny house movement is a return to houses of less than 1,000 square feet. Frequently the distinction is made between small between 400 square feet and 1,000 square feet, and tiny houses that are less than 400 square feet, with some houses as small as 80 square feet. Downsizing to a tiny house is a great way to do away with large mortgages, hydro bills and all the stuff that goes into a large house, and a way to live a more sustainable lifestyle.
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