We have come across tiny houses on wheels with configurations ranging between 19 and 40 feet long. But is it possible for a tiny home to be even smaller without compromising on the basic functionalities? This was the question New Zealand-based tiny house company Build Tiny decided to answer with its 16-foot-long Camper tiny house.
Finished in red and black steel cladding, the tiny house boasts a sleek and minimalist exterior that is accoutered with black window frames, and a French door allowing both light and air to pass inside. Build Tiny forgoes the separate bedroom in this particular model in favor of a living room that sleeps four people.
This is possible courtesy of a retractable bed that drops down from the ceiling to offer sleeping space to the user. Other than the drop-down bed, the living room also features a built-in couch bed. The sofa bed also incorporates a table that moves freely into several positions.
Opposite the living room is the fully functional kitchen. The kitchen is small yet packed with a two-burner cooktop with a concealed range hood, a microwave, a bar fridge, and even a wine rack.
Nearby is the bathroom which includes a shower, vanity sink, and a composting toilet. Overall, the Camper tiny house is a cozy and functional abode offering all the amenities of a traditional home in an unusually small form.
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