The home arrived in Atlanta, Georgia without incident. The tiny home is nestled in the woods within a beautiful community that welcomed the new addition. The guys (pictured below: Pav Templeton, Josh Crayton, and Chad Bonawitz) were able to complete the finishing touches that included installing a wood stove, appliances and hooking up amenities.
The Tumbleweed Fencl original design includes a bathroom, but the owner of this tiny house opted for an outdoor bathhouse. The guys build him a deck for extra outdoor living/entertaining with a screened in shower and compost toilet.
Here are a few shots of the kitchen. It includes concrete countertops and a beautiful a chopblock. I've had several people ask about the wood used in the interior. Most of which was poplar with walnut trim. The kitchen cabinets are made of dirty maple with laurel handles. The chopblock is a mixture of poplar, maple and walnut.
More pictures of the Tumbleweed Fencl can be found here. If you are interested in information about building your own tiny home please contact us. We would love to answer any questions. Please check back with us for more Happenings on Owl Creek and future tiny home projects. Thanks!