Meet Elsa, not the animated character but a lovely little house designed and built by Olive Nest Tiny Homes. As you can immediately notice, this is a house on wheels which means you can transport it anywhere you want to and choose the perfect spot for it, whether you’re planning a vacation or you want to add a cool new structure to your own backyard. You probably also noticed that it has an annex which is actually a greenhouse, also on wheels. It’s a surprisingly roomy addition where you can grow plants, herbs, vegetables and so on.
Both the house and the greenhouse attachments are built on trailersThe greenhouse is mounted onto the house and the two are connected by a pergolaThe entrance to the house is via the wooden pergola and has a glass door
The house itself offers 323 square feet of living space in total. It has a cozy living area, a full-size kitchen with what looks like an island with seating and there’s also a bedroom. The common and private sections are placed on different levels and the seeping loft can be accessed via a staircase with built-in storage. Up here there’s enough space for a queen-sized bed and the vaulted ceiling makes the area seem very open and roomy. As you can tell, this is a rather eclectic little house. It has a pitched roof clad in metal, walls covered in cedar shiplap siding and also 14 windows in total which let in plenty of natural light.
The interior of the greenhouse is quite spacious and can accommodate lots of potted plantsThere are also planters all around the outside of the greenhouse, framing its walls
The wooden pergola features a swing which fits perfectly into this spaceInside the tiny house there’s actually room for a full kitchen with plenty of storageThere are lots of windows that let in sunlight and create a bright and airy ambiance inside the houseThe sleeping area is upstairs and is tall enough to stand up inThere’s recessed lighting embedded into the outline of the roofBeautiful modern artwork is displayed on the walls throughout this tiny homeThe exterior of the house is clad in wood and has a metal roof which give it a rustic allureThe advantage of a house on wheels is that you can transport it to all sorts of beautiful locations with gorgeous views