The Tumbleweed Cypress is a mainstay of tiny house design; with a traditional craftsman design, a roomy dormered loft and a floor plan specifically designed to maximize small space living it’s easy to see why it’s so popular. While the exterior shape and angles remain the same across builds, it’s interesting to see how various people customize the inside, adding creative finishes to make it their own. Case in point, this build, dubbed the “Maiden Mansion” which Hannah recently finished in Seattle, Washington. The exterior shows off that familiar design, with clean cedar cladding and purple accents to set it off, but the inside is where the personality lies.
Inside you’ll find a spacious and well-thought layout with a gorgeous decorative fireplace, plenty of light spilling through the ceiling and walls, a staircase with unique built-in storage, a laundry chute, a table that converts into a guest bed, plenty of counter space, and a cozy loft with plenty of headroom. Take a look and we think you’ll agree – this is a fine place to call a home!
Hannah spent about $50k building the house, which included hiring a professional to tackle most of the construction. The Maiden Mansion represents the first “floor model” made by her company, Pocket Mansions and she currently rents it through Airbnb, framing it as a tiny bed and breakfast. Based on the looks of things, we imagine guests will love spending a few nights here!
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