French tiny house builder Optinid has recently finished the Muriel tiny house on wheels as tourist accommodation in Cevennes, France. This tiny house features the company’s signature sliding sunroof that opens to the sky – a pretty cool idea that will supposedly make tiny house rentals more inviting for guests. Its design majorly focuses on the comfort of guests!
Optinid says, the Muriel tiny house is extremely spacious and gains height in the bedroom thanks to a major modification to sunroof. The sunroof is flat, which allows guests to increase the height under the ceiling in the mezzanine.
The Muriel tiny house has a mezzanine that accommodates the bedroom, kitchen with dining table, living room with convertible sofa bed and a bathroom with water-based toilet and shower to facilitate guests.
The sleeping area is just under the half sliding roof to let guests sleep under the stars. Furthermore, the walls of the tiny house are painted with an easy to clean organic paint, while black trim on the exterior ensures a minimalist look.
The Muriel tiny house is one of the interesting vacation rentals provided by Cozy Nature. It can be rented for €76.5 (about $93) a night through the official website.