With the tiny house movement going leap and bounds, new micro-dwelling builders are coming to try their fate in the burgeoning mobile habitat industry. Canadian Tiny Homes is the latest manufacturer to register itself. The North American builder has plenty of tiny houses to display on its website but one home that grabbed my attention in particular is the Loki tiny house on wheels.
Measuring 16 feet long, the Loki tiny house is a small package filled with big surprises. The tiny home comes built on a double-axle trailer that supports a shell finished in metal and wooden exterior. Loaded inside the rustic shell is a gorgeous living room, loft bedroom, compact kitchen, and bathroom alongside subtle decorations that add flair to the house.
Visitors enter into the living room first and are graced by a sofa and a pouf. Adjacent is the kitchen which consists of wooden cabinets, and a countertop. Not to mention, a sink, floating shelves, and a range of appliances, which together add a lot of functionality to the space. Facing the kitchen countertop is a storage-integrated staircase that leads to the loft bedroom of the house.
Housing essentials like planters, baskets, and other decorative items, the staircase also makes space for a refrigerator. Upon reaching the loft, one would find, it’s an incredibly bright and airy bedroom space, courtesy of five windows, including two skylights. Downstairs is the bathroom that comprises a shower, toilet, and vanity.
Overall, the 16 feet long Loki tiny house is a gracefully design dwelling that is perfectly suited for people who wish to travel with their home. Being this compact, there is no towing restriction, implying you as a user can take it to any part of Canada. For more info, visit the official website of Canadian Tiny Homes.
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