A long rectangular square container box is converted to a full-time tiny house with character and elements of its own. This is the story of Mike and Heidi, a couple that has cleverly transformed a semi-trailer into a whimsical and modern tiny house. As an amateur DIY project, the house stays true to its make and banks upon providing many storage ideas, especially underfloor kind of drawers.
Measuring 344 sq ft, the tiny house attains its beauty by being surrounded by expansive vineyards providing a perfect parking spot too. The exterior is pretty much a painted hard shell structure providing the overall frame of the house. You are instantly drawn into the house upon stepping in as the duo takes advantage of the boxiness of the available space.
Big French doors pave your way inward to a capacious and well-done house exuding Moroccan vibes. The interiors are designed in a way to make the area look more lighted and airy. A drop-ceiling in here gives in the extra room to breathe. The living room in here has a comfortable sofa, table, and stove to keep the duo going through the harsh winters. Heidi has a special hidden and often covered office place for herself which can also transform as an entertainment zone.
Toward the right, you step up into a well-equipped kitchen with modern-day appliances and an attractive design. Many shelves, cupboards and a dedicated pantry adorn the space to keep the kitchen useables intact yet out of sight.
Adjacent to the kitchen is an aesthetically done bedroom with an elevator bed, fold-down table and many storage options. Opposite is a cozy breakfast bar for two people. Mike and Heidi has ingeniously crafted two small doors on the kitchen counter for throwing in the garbage through the shafts right into the garbage bins on the outside.
On the left, you see a brilliantly done bathroom with an earthy organic feel. A skylight and dividing spaces for bath, toilet and vanity serve purpose by bring in a lot of space and light to this area. It also makes space for a washer/dryer and some extra storage shelves. Proudly featured by Living Big in a Tiny House, a similar mobile house may cost around $73,000.
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