I have made the most of each cozy interior by minimizing transitional areas like hallways and stairwells and by using otherwise unusable space as storage.
Sonoma, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2012
The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is discounting some of its selected small house plans during the month of January. The company’s houses have been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The New Yorker Magazine. Normally architecture plans cost thousands of dollars. Steve Weissmann, the company’s president, decided to reduce select plans as a way to expand the public’s knowledge on Tiny Homes as alternative options for affordable housing.
The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is featuring their Bodega House Plans which have been discounted from $695.00 to $195.00. The impressive home boasts a fireplace, full kitchen, and offers an option for a cathedral ceiling. The general public tend to hear “Tiny Home” and perceive the term as a home without the luxury of every day amenities. By putting the Bodega plans on sale, the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is changing the way down-sized living is perceived. The Bodega provides room for a full range stove, a dishwasher, and the home meets International Building code, making it the smallest legal house plans readily available online!
Living in the Bodega can mean home ownership for millions! The 261 square foot stationary home costs an estimated twenty-five thousand dollars when completed (not including labor). The Bodega construction plans are a total of thirteen pages and include two different versions, one with a loft over the main room and one with a cathedral ceiling over the main room. FREE study plan for the Bodega can be downloaded by clicking here.
"Bank lending policies that put people into more house than they can afford have been a burden to all of us, in terms of the resulting foreclosures, bank bailouts and global economic strife," says Tumbleweed founder and tiny house designer Jay Shafer. "My houses have been composed with meticulous attention to light, warmth, energy efficiency, and proportion. I have made the most of each cozy interior by minimizing transitional areas like hallways and stairwells and by using otherwise unusable space as storage."
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company designs and markets houses that range from 65 square feet to 874 square feet. The company also offers informative workshops with guest speakers and actual home owners. Ten major city dates are slated for this spring, including Austin, Phoenix and Seattle. The information for the workshops are listed on the company’s website, along with prior media clippings and an informative FAQ section.
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company isn’t just a business, it is a movement! With over twenty charming models to choose from, the company builds homes with a socially responsible platform. Tumbleweed was founded by tiny house guru Jay Shafer who is a recognized leader, and author, in popularizing the tiny homes concept. For more information on the company, Jay Shafer, and to view the homes, please visit: http://www.tumbleweedhouses.com