Tiny houses are becoming a preference in modern times. They give you the freedom, both in terms of your time and money, to live a more authentic lifestyle with a distinct sense of purpose. There are many firms which create tiny homes of unparalleled quality and visual impact that seek to reflect the lifestyles of those who call them home.
The weathered beauty of Acadia National Park has inspired Wind River Tiny Homes based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to build a 24’ tiny house on wheels. This beautiful tiny house named Acadia pays a tribute to its namesake’s rugged beauty.
A Blend of Tradition and Modernity
This remarkable tiny home shares some rustic DNA with Wind River’s original Bungalow design, but gives it a contemporary twist. It features a traditional gable roof, maxed out loft dormers, and a small front porch to really make it feel like a home.
The layout is open plan and delivers a bright airy feel with white shiplap walls and custom wood accent finishes. There is also a large exterior closet located on the hitch end of the home which houses the breaker box, electric tankless hot water heater. It also boasts plenty of space for all your essential gear and there’s even room for a bike in there.
The breaker box powers the split-system AC unit, electric cook-top and 10 cubic-foot (283-L) fridge in the kitchen, while there are also connections for a washer-dryer. Acadia sleeps three, thanks to a bedroom loft and a sofa bed, and a re-imagined layout is intended to give inhabitants more room to move about.
Think Big with This Affordable Tiny Home on Wheels
The interior of the Acadia has been fitted with fixtures and metal accents, which work with the white shiplap walls, yellow pine floors, and stained white pine trim to create an airy, industrial aesthetic. The interior, as well as the exterior designs of the tiny house on wheels, are inspired by the landscapes of Acadia National Park.
This realistic and comfortable tiny home from Wind River can be bought for $59,500. This beautifully designed home not only flaunts the craftsmanship of the firm but also what can be achieved with considerable thought put into the design. It’s quite obvious why Acadia is among Wind River’s most popular designs.
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