Contrived by Rob Millar of Old Hippie Design, the Peacock tiny house on wheels is a classic portable home with an impressive rooftop balcony. The comfy tiny house rests in the middle of the majestic Mojave Desert in California. The balcony area can be accessed via the wooden staircase at the back of the trailer. From the rooftop, one can see the magnificent views of the desert landscape panning 360-degrees.
Interior of the tiny house is spruced up in the elegant south-western flare, featuring handcrafted items from Mexico. The Mexican touch can also be seen in the kitchen, boasting colored ceramics brought from Mexico. Other practical features in the fully-equipped kitchen include clean induction hob, wooden storage cabinets and windows offering outside views.
The large windows on all sides of the mobile home bring in natural daylight while offering stunning desert views to the inhabitants. The living room includes a multipurpose sofa with storage space, and it even turns into an extra bed. The home can accommodate three people or a family with kids without much problem.
Upstairs in the loft area, a comfortable sleeping area is formed to maximize the given space. There are also small windows in the sleeping section to provide stunning views of the surroundings while relaxing.
The Peacock Tiny House on wheels is available for rent now on AirBnB. For those who are planning a trip to the Death Valley, they must consider staying in this tiny house for an amazing experience.
Follow Homecrux on Google News!