More and more people in today’s world have been thinking about sustainability. Since the pandemic shook our world, we’ve been attempting to incorporate sustainability into all aspects of our lives, including our homes! With everyone striving for more eco-friendly and mindful ways of life, tiny homes have taken over the architecture world and are becoming more popular by the day. And, in particular, tiny houses on wheels have taken us by storm!
What began as a cute little trend is now becoming a serious option for portable and travel-friendly home spaces. You can now bring your cozy and comfortable home with you wherever you go! These tiny mobile houses are simple and minimal alternatives to the imposing and materialistic homes that appear to be taking over. And we’ve curated a diverse range of travel-friendly micro-home setups to meet everyone’s individual needs and preferences! There is a tiny house for everyone out there.
Retreat tiny house on wheels
It is a stylish tiny house built by Alabama-based Timbercraft Tiny Homes that can accommodate a family of six. It is slightly larger than traditional tiny homes, but it is portable and can be moved to different locations. There is a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and three sleeping areas on the inside. The interior is so well-appointed that it feels like a full-fledged home.
This house checks all the boxes: a stand-up bedroom, a tub in the bathroom, a full kitchen, and much more. The exterior is entirely made of steel, which requires less upkeep, and the windows are made of tempered glass. The Nomad is intended for those who are serious about traveling off the grid. If you choose to upgrade to water tanks, those tanks will not freeze in the winter, providing you with consistent access to water for all of your needs, even if you are not connected to the main water source.
Another major draw is the bedroom. It is located at the back of the house and is unusually spacious for a tiny house. I like how the bedroom is designed with a barn door, and its size allows for a queen bed to fit. The lighting and wood used appear modern and clean. This house has a pleasing appearance.
The Dodo Van
The Dodo Van is a design experiment that explores transformation, constraints, and spatiality. The designers considered the requirements of the young couple who work with local communities. They are also frequent travelers who enjoy discovering new places. They only bring the necessities, so a small mobile home is ideal
The van was created for a young couple looking to downsize their living space. The 1993 Chevy van was bought for work and travel. Inside the van, there is a full-sized mattress, a kitchenette with a fold-up dining table, and other amenities.
Eucalyptus by Minimaliste
Minimaliste, a Quebec-based tiny house builder, created this California-inspired tiny house. Customers make decisions on everything from material and interior design to furniture and appliances. To meet the home’s power needs, a 2kW off-grid system is used.