Are you looking for the beautiful Tumbleweed Tiny House designed and
built by Ella Jenkins? Well, here it is!
Ella decided to design and build her own tiny house when she
returned from going to school overseas.
When she returend home to California, she had to do something for herself to be able to beat oversized houses and expensive rent in the area.
And below you can see her what Ella's home looks like today.
I find it simple, elegant and
beautiful at the same time.
It's a house truly suited to meet her needs- and no more.
And best of all, it's mortgage-free.
And I love pictures like this. Proud tiny house owner. :)
I bet it smells so good inside thanks to all the real wood. I think
that really sets apart tiny homes and RVs.
Verticle storage using corner shelves above. Great place to get
For her bathtub/shower she used a horse trought.
Check out the jewelry hanger that she made using a manzanita branch.
I have a Pinterest board full of ways to hang your jewelry
by the way.
If you're wondering Ella bought the Fencl tiny house plans from Tumbleweed.
But she made some of her own modifications to it.
Nothing like living mortgage-free.
This is one of my favorite tiny house kitchens to date.
The custom wood countertop really adds a nice tough.
I'd definitely prefer the tiny house!
Towing isn't cheap, though!
That's what "home" looks like to Ella.
Hope you liked it! If you want more Ella, check out her blog.
Photos thanks to Ella Jenkins of Little Yellow Door.