Today we are going to share three wonderful houses on wheels. What’s different is their size, because they are teeny versions of the real tinies. Can you say absurdly cute?
Teeny Model of Tumbleweed Elm: A talented miniaturist, Blondie, created a tiny house on a perfect 1:12 scale. She chose an Elm from Tumbleweed Tiny Houses, furnishing the place with Bohemian and Victorian decor. What an amazing effort!
This Tumbleweed Elm teeny can’t be ignored with such bold colors. Has it just been moved here? (Teenie-Tow)
With the roof removed, check out the loft above and floor plan below. It seems like everything’s in place. (Teenie-Tow)
Inside the teeny Elm and great room, notice plenty of traditional furniture and seating options — and a cat. (Teenie-Tow)
Teeny Model of Brevard Robin’s Nest: Before building a brand-new style, Brevard Tiny Houses constructed a teeny Robin’s Nest. The builder first wanted to share details with and receive approvals from the buyer. We’re impressed by the teeny and tiny results.
This teeny-sized Brevard Robin’s Nest is adorable, with its left porch, sleeping dormer roof and robin blue door. (Brevard)
Robin’s Nest teeny and tiny homes are seen together. The tiny one has been delivered to a Florida customer. (Brevard)
Peeking inside the Robin’s Nest, we see its great room, kitchen, bathroom door to right and loft ahead. (Brevard)
Teeny Model of Tumbleweed Cypress: Four years ago, Kyle dreamed about and constructed a Tumbleweed Cypress model from popsicle sticks. He and his wife Danae just began their real tiny build on a 24-foot trailer, based in Kansas. It helps that Kyle works in residential construction.
This Tumbleweed Cypress teeny shows an interior plan with left entry, nook, rear kitchen and bath. (schmidts2x)
Kyle and Danae are testing two of the window cut-outs, and they seem to work fine. (schmidts2x)
Here’s the modified Cypress under construction, with sheathing complete and the roof getting installed. (schmidts2x)