Tiny houses are always exciting and interesting because they’re a lot more spacious and roomy than the numbers suggest. For instance, this little structure by Mint Tiny homes has an interior of only 36 square meters and yet it has everything one needs to enjoy a full vacation at any location or even to live in as a more permanent solution.
The exterior of this tiny home on wheels is clad in black board-and-batten siding which coordinates beautifully with the slender metal roof giving the house a modern look. A set of French doors marks the entrance and a roll-pout patio awning can be installed for shade and protection from the rain.
The roll-out awning which marks the entrance adds a dash of color to the exterior of this tiny houseThe dark exterior makes it easy for the house to blend into most types of landscape
Inside, the entrance leads into the living room which is a small but really cozy and airy space. A slide-out section (one of two) allows the couch to be pulled back in order to create more space for additional seating and a coffee table in case guests drop by. There’s a second slide-out which expands the downstairs bedroom whenever needed, making room for a closet and space to walk around the bed comfortably.
Apart from that, there’s also a kitchen which is adjacent to the living area and part of an open plan design. It has beautiful quartz countertops, a breakfast bar, gray cabinets and all the basic appliances such as a refrigerator, an oven, gas cooktop and a dishwasher.
All the way at the back there’s a bedroom separated from the kitchen by another set of French doors. The rest of the space is occupied by the bathroom and the loft area above it which has be accessed via a ladder. All of these spaces combined turn this tiny structure into a lovely little home.
A set of double doors leads straight into the living area and open up the interior to the surroundings
The interior has a long and narrow layout, with the living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom being placed in a rowThe slide-out in the living room allows the couch to be pulled back, making room for more furniture and peopleThe interior walls and the ceilings are white which helps to create the impression of more spaceThe living area is framed by the kitchen on one side and the bathroom and loft on the otherThe kitchen is sufficiently big with plenty of storage and even a little breakfast barThe quartz countertops and the gray cabinets complement each other beautifully, giving the kitchen a modern lookThe kitchen window is positioned behind the sink, taking the place of the usual backsplashIn the bathroom there’s a shower, a vanity, toilet and also space for stackable washer and dryerThe bathroom also has exposed beams on the ceiling which break the simplicity of the white interior