There is so much obscurity about where the tiny house trend is heading. On one hand, YouTube, HGTV, and Netflix have left no stone unturned in glamorizing the tiny house lifestyle. At the same time, on the other side, platforms like Twitter and Reddit, have posed serious questions about trailers being rebranded as tiny homes, when all they are is a RV. Timberwolf 16ML tiny house designed by Forest River RV is what I plan to bring to your attention today, more so, when it is being touted as a game changer in the RV market.
Essentially, the Timberwolf 16 ML tiny house is a 27.9 feet long RV, but if you pay close attention to its details, it’s no less than a full-fledged tiny house on wheels. Why do I say so? Well, if you have a close look at its interior you will spot two loft bedrooms. How often do you see a loft in an RV, leave the bedroom aside. Very few, I assume!
However, Timberwolf 16 ML not only accommodates loft bedrooms but even offers many open views inside the travel trailer. One of the bedrooms comes accoutered with multiple storage options including a closet. Not to mention, a fireplace that is incorporated inside the wall. Had I been a tiny house fanatic, I would have adored the idea, but being a tiny house critic, I’d take the liberty to call this idea stupid as well.
The fireplace could have been avoided and more storage could have been added in that space. Nevertheless, the micro dwelling still sleeps four people comfortably. The RV is flooded with other jam-packed features that could give Airstream a run for its money. Case in point, the mobile habitat features ceiling mounted lighted alongside a subwoofer with accent lighting that adds aesthetics to the core structure.
Getting back to the main layout of the RV, it also includes a kitchen that is filled with high-end appliances. Interestingly, the RV is loaded with appliances that are an exception in a tiny house too. Equipped with a dishwasher, washer/dryer combo, ice maker, charcoal stainless steel color sink, three-burner stove with glass top, and plenty of storage, the kitchen is highly efficient.
Adjacent is the living room of the house. The space is outfitted with a sofa and a recliner that faces a bar-height table with stools. Seating two people comfortably, the table is a perfect place to sit, relax and have meals in peace. A wall-mounted television lies above the table that will satiate your desire to binge-watch programs while enjoying gourmet meals.
A bathroom lies at the back end of the house. Featuring a toilet, shower, and cabinets for storing bathing essentials, the bathroom is compact, yet functional. If it’s the bathroom that stands tall at one end, it’s the porch that takes command on the front end. The porch is equipped with two chairs and a center table. Dare I not mention the large sliding glass door that stretches across the entire width of the trailer and offers a picturesque view, other than welcoming you inside this game-changing RV.
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